How to Talk Like Shakespeare and Other Learning Resources

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ShakespeareTis the twenty and third of April!  Thus, we shall speaketh Shakespeare.  (“Talk like Shakespeare Day” in honor of William Shakespeare’s birthday, April 23, 1564).  We studied this author and his works a couple of years ago and have come back to learn with the resources we collected time and time again.  Click here for our Shakespeare online link collection  https://stilllearningsomethingnew.com/2013/04/23/happy-birthday-william-shakespeare/

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Contact Juggling

April 18 is “Juggling Day”! Juggling makes an awesome Performing Arts elective!

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HowStuffWorks: Entertainment: How Contact Juggling Works – Different
from traditional juggling, learn how contact juggling works.

WikiHow To Start Contact Juggling – Learn about ‘Shereplay’ and how it works. Tips offered as well.

Wikipedia: Contact Juggling – History, types, controversy and more. Site offers information, pictures and a short video example.


Juggling Tutorials for Beginners – Includes information about contact juggling.

Videos

Please check out my YouTube Playlist for Contact Juggling video tutorials and to watch amazingly talented contact jugglers! 
Here’s one of the great videos you can find there.


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Leonardo da Vinci

Free Resource list for da Vinci studies! (April 15, 1452 – Leonardo da Vinci born)

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leonardo-da-vinciAfter taking a break from our middle ages unit studies  this week to study spring weather,  we will be returning to them again next week.  We will be finishing up our artists lessons with Leonardo da Vinci.  The timing for this is perfect because his birthday is April 15.  That means that we can work some cake baking and decorating into our homeschooling day.

Below are the links we will be using for the da Vinci study

Biography, art gallery, games, quizzes, printables and more from here  http://www.gardenofpraise.com/art17.htm

Even though our library did not have Leonardo’s Horse I think we can still make good use of these lapbooks using what we found here   http://www.homeschoolshare.com/leonardos_horse.php

Artist Notebooking Page                                                                               https://notebookingfairy.com/artist-notebooking-page/

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