Because we’ve been having an abundance of craziness and busyness this week, I  thought that we wouldn’t “do school” today.   But… it’s Friday the 13th!

I’m wowed by the resources and links I have saved up for a study on superstitions do use on a Friday the 13th.  Surely we’ll be able to make a little time to learn about superstitions because this stuff is INTERESTING!  Below are the sites and resources I found to share with you just in case you can make time for a little superstition too.

Origins of common superstitions explained at Live Science

Behavioral psychology  in regards to superstitions discussed from Kids Net Encyclopedia

13 Superstitious Writing Prompts   

Free Printable “Black Cat” border writing paper

20 +free superstition worksheets  from Busy Teacher (you’ll need an account, but it’s easy to set up)

Common Superstitions and Why We Have Them (article, video, graphics)

Superstition origins video from Mental Floss (this one’s for the older kids)

Mathematical Properties of the Number 13                                  

To keep this study in the right perspective we’ll include 1 Timothy 4:7 with this study.  “ People tell silly stories that don’t agree with God’s truth. Don’t follow what these stories teach. But teach yourself to be devoted to God.

And finally some music, which my kids will consider ancient history, but saying such a thing may bring them some bad luck!

betty jo



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