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 a three-year Bible survey that can be used with children from 1st – 12th grade. The author, Danika Cooley, has created this fabulous resource that will take your students through the Bible from cover to cover in three years. The author includes many suggested activities and resources to enhance the learning and retention. She divides the curriculum into 4 age groups: 1st – 3rd; 4th – 6th; 7th – 9th; and 10th – 12th.
The author holds a degree from the University of Washington and has had her work appear in a number of internationally known publications. She has a passion for teaching and disciplining children. These strengths are evident in her work on Bible Road Trip.
More homeschooling fun! Here is an adorable activity for 1st/2nd graders: Noun/Verb Food Sort. This comes from www.freehomeschooldeals.com. This fun activity is a great hands-on approach for teaching/reviewing nouns and verbs. The pictures and colorful and engaging. There are some activities for your preschoolers too!
Get the free printable Noun/Verb Food Sortand start having fun with this free language arts homeschool resource.
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:
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!