Despite the fact I haven't blogged since October, we have continued with our Expedition Earth curriculum, learning about different countries around the world. We have studied Asia, Europe, North America, and the Poles. This week we began studying South America by studying Brazil and along the way we learned about the Amazon Rainforest. Here are pictures of our diorama. The kids had such a fun time putting this together and I only burned myself with the glue gun a few times! :-) Emergent…
Nora's Habitat Diorama - The Blue Whale
I am ***SO*** glad I thought ahead, and put Nora's Science project in the front seat of the van tonight so we don't forget it tomorrow! ...
14 Nature Crafts That Will Encourage Kids to Explore the Great Outdoors
Let young crafters take inspiration from their natural surroundings. With a little imagination, flowers, leaves, twigs, and shells can be transformed into works of art.
Creating Our Very Own Fascinating Ocean World!
The under-water world has always fascinated me. The beauty, the colours, the motion, the camouflage, the fight for survival - it's all so intriguing, that I think it can make the already fertile imagination of a kid, work at ten times the speed! Recently, I worked with her for the most colourful, 100% handmade project on this theme!
This is my school science project. I had to make a model of an ice biome. I had to redo this project, because the other one that i had pinned, had tree, and the ice biome does not have tree. I am glad that now i know, and can get a better grade!