Constitution Week begins Sept. 17! Here’s a wonderful free resource list!
Sept. 3 – Skyscraper Day – Learning Resources –
Hurricane Resource List
|Hurricane Isabel 2003|
Enchanted Learning: Hurricane Tracking and Forecasting – Explains the symbols and other language related to storms.
Intellicast: Active Track – Site offers up-to-date tracking maps and bulletins.
Storm Pulse: Track storms in the Atlantic and East Pacific. Check out information about older storms as well.
Scholastic: Experiment: How to Use a Hurricane Tracking Map – How to plot a hurricane’s path. Printable maps and links.
AZPBS: Red Cross Information Booklet – 16 page informative and printable PDF booklet that includes: Facts About Hurricanes, Vocabulary, Atlantic Map, Practice Activity, Wind Scale, Wind Speed Log, and more.
Hurricane Watch: Hurricane Tracking Chart
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Happy Monday and Happy Socializing!
The funny thing about curriculum …
It’s Aviation Week! (The reason behind “Aviation Week” is in celebration of the accomplishments of Orville Wright who was born Aug. 19, 1867.) Here’s some great free resources …
Understanding stress and how to relax are life lessons I want my boys to grasp. According to Special Days in August, the 15th is “Relaxation Day” and the perfect time for us to focus on this topic. I’ve gathered some resources for our homeschooling lessons and want to share them with you.
Free K-12 Teacher Guides – What stress is and how to manage it.
Articles with Audio for Students: