Welcome to our July unit study celebrating the Blueberry! Blueberries have a rich history in North America from the earliest discoveries of the grown in the wild berry to the cultivated berry prevalent across the world.Read More
Author: Deanne Crawford
Summer is traditionally a time of rest and relaxation from the grueling school year schedule. Many families find the summer months pass quickly. Self-motivated children find ways to stay busy and learn more casually; the rest of us find our children have too much free time on their hands. Not guaranteed to completely erase summer boredom, these 3 summer hacks are a great way to guide children into learning!Read More
Understanding the secrets of the sea has driven inventors, explorers and military minds to create and improve the unimaginable. Encourage your children to close their eyes and visualize this: An enclosed vessel submerged in water… one that may remind you of a large tin can.Read More
Regardless of your location, signs of spring are evident with the arrival of our fine feathered friends. Welcome to this month’s study. The study of birds (ornithology) lends itself naturally to the creation of a nature notebook.Read More
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