Here's a little peek at some of the resources you'll find us using.
Some links will take you to original creations, some are ideas inspired by others and some are affiliate links.
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Use this template to create touch (dot) math cards. These are helpful visuals for addition or subtraction equations.
In our house, you'll never be more than an arm's lengthy away from a stack of books. We love these series as inspiration for our unit studies!
Who doesn't love a great tree house?! Especially when it is filled with books that can send you on amazing adventures in locations all over the world!
I love these books as a less intense option for my youngest son who is easily spooked and sometimes finds the Magic Tree House books to be a little overwhelming.
Fun, hands-on activities we love!
Steamboat Natchez is one of only two operational steamboats in the US and our ride on it along the Mississippi was my inspiration for this project. It was an epic fail, but so fun to attempt. Here's the link to the YouTube video of what was supposed to happen.
With a plastic water bottle, a cork, some popsicle sticks, vinegar and baking soda we literally had a blast with this one!
You won't find many worksheets at this school! We enjoy playing games to reinforce math and reading skills and encourage critical thinking. These are some of our favorites.