Disney has created some great resources to go with Disney Nature’s Born in China movie.
Disney Nature’s Born in China is a beautifully made wildlife documentary which follows three animal families in the untraversed wilds of China.
You can download an educator’s guide as well as an activity packet. These are great for teachers to use in the classroom, to use in homeschool or just as a fun activity to do with your kids after seeing the movie. The movie is still showing in theaters and should be released to rent and buy in August.
The educator’s guide is a beautiful full-color booklet with seven lessons for grades 2-6. It is 72 pages long.
The activity packet is also a beautiful full-color booklet and includes five activities. It is 22 pages long.
Here is more about Born in China with links to find it playing in a theater near you.
Here is where you can download the FREE Born in China Educator’s Guide.
Here is where you can download the FREE Born in China Activity Packet.
Kids love slime and it’s recently had a surge in popularity! Here is how you can make some awesome fluffy slime using just three ingredients you may already have in your home! Check out the recipe at Sugar – Spice And Glitter.
This is the time of year when I begin to search and plan out my next year of homeschooling. I have been combing the internet for great resources. Thanks to FreeHomeschoolDeals.com, we will be using the free lesson plans from Try Engineering. My 10-year-old son will love all the great hands-on activities.
The lesson plans are free and some include worksheets. They have lessons for children from age 8 and up. Examples of lessons include:
- Build Your Own Robot Arm
- Simple Machines
- Insulators and Conductors
- Fun With Speed Boats
- Radio Transmission and Reception
Go here to get the free printable lesson plans and have fun science and engineering!
Thanks to 3Dinosaurs.com, here is a free printable to be used with kids from ages 2 to 8. The Valentines Pack has over 120 pages of activities. Writing practice, math, puzzles, coloring pages and many other types of activities! Get into the spirit of Valentines with these engaging and fun activities.
Go here to get your free Valentines Pack.
Are you looking for some fun rootbeer themed activities for kids? Do you want to take a diversion in your homeschooling studies and learn about rootbeer? What about a rootbeer party? Do you need some fun ideas for the kids? Thanks to www.whatisrootbeer.com, there are several cute options.
Get the kids singing with this fun and silly song about rootbeer. Rootbeer, Rootbeer I love You! is available for easy piano sheet music. You can also get the sheet music for easy guitar. Fill your glasses with cold, frothy rootbeer and sing. Wait, before you sing, print the Rootbeer, Rootbeer I Love You lyrics!
How about a Frosty Mug of Rootbeer coloring page? Get this free printable and let the kids enjoy color away.
Here is another coloring page: Old Fashioned Rootbeer Barrel.
Printable puzzle/Maze: Through the Rootbeer Barrel (easy)
Through the Rootbeer Barrel (difficult)
There are a lot of fun things at www.whatisrootbeer.com .
I found this free printable worksheet to help my kids memorize Bible verses. This is a worksheet that is designed to have the child write a verse and create a picture to go with the verse. This is so helpful! This way they can create a visual image of what the verse means to them, which will help them understand the verse as well as remember. Go here to print this free resource: Illustrate a Verse.
As a homeschooling mom, I’m always looking for free resources to help with our homeschooling. This free download has 15 science experiments. This is something that could be used for fun activities during the summer!
Go here to get your free printable: Fascinating Science for Kids eBook.