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The Homeschool Classroom – August 24, 2016

PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN
2.1 Popular Unit Studies for Preschoolers
2.2 Teaching Your Preschooler on the Go

2.1 Aug 25

2.1 Popular Unit Studies for Preschoolers

There are so many great ideas for preschool lessons, but which ones do you choose? Ami at the Homeschool Share Blog has done the research and shares the top ten unit studies of 2015.

www.homeschoolshare.com/blog/2016/01/ten-unit-studies-your-preschooler-will-love

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2.2 Teaching Your Preschooler on the Go

With a little bit of preparation, homeschooling your preschooler can be accomplished in short periods of time between appointments and other chores.

http://classicallyhomeschooling.com/teach-preschoolers

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ELEMENTARY & MIDDLE SCHOOL
2.3 Make a Model Lung
2.4 Math Games with Cards

2.3 Aug 25

2.3 Make a Model Lung

Worksheets are a great way to learn about the human body, but how much more would a 3-D model of a lung enhance your students understanding of the function and mechanics of a lung? You can build this lung model to give your child a hands-on learning experience.

www.science-sparks.com/2012/04/13/breathing-making-a-fake-lung/#_a5y_p=1077567

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2.4 Math Games with Cards

Games can bring a pleasant change to regular lessons. These card games will give your students the opportunity to practice their math skills. They might not even notice they are “doing” math.

http://whoswhoandnew.blogspot.com.au/2015/06/dealing-up-some-fun-in-math.html

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HIGH SCHOOL
2.5 Biology Refresher on DNA
2.6 High School Literature

2.5 Aug 24

2.5 Biology Refresher on DNA

If your student took biology a few years ago or it’s been awhile since you studied the subject, it might be a good idea to review information on DNA to brush up.

http://learninghypothesis.com/dna-introducing-biologyrefresh

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2.6 High School Literature

You can use the Charlotte Mason technique of schooling to teach your high schooler literature. This method uses living books books that have “provoking content to engage the reader,” narration, vocabulary, and copy work.

http://joyinthehome.com/teaching-high-school-literature-the-charlotte-mason-way

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