Grab these FREE Color the Coin Worksheets. They help kids learn to recognize American money: half dollar, quarter, dime, nickel, and penny. These fun money worksheets are great for coin recognition for Preschool, Kindergarten, and 1st grade kids. Click here for more free math resources for homeschoolers!
You can browse three FREE Brazil lesson plans (links below) and learn Brazilian geography, nature, culture and in a meaningful and fun way. Students will creates maps and interpret the information from a spatial perspective, identify patterns and relationships, analyzing and summarizing information, and write informative texts based on research. Lesson Plan 1. Brazil Geography. Lesson […]
Amelia Earhart was the first female aviator to solo fly all the way across the Atlantic Ocean. Her story is inspiring and worthy of studying. Homeschool Giveaways has rounded up resources, unit studies, and free printables! Click here to check this out at Homeschool Giveaways! Here are additional free history resources for homeschoolers!
Here is a FREE set of Subtraction Flashcards for the numbers 11-20. These are a great way to practice subtraction. What you will find in these printables: Subtraction from 11 to 20 8 flashcards on each page 5 Color options: white, red, pink, green and blue 22 pages for each color Click here for […]
This FREE Abe Lincoln Lapbook includes themes such as president, honesty, slavery, branches of government, alliteration, and parallel construction. Click here for a huge list of homeschool lapbooks!
Preschoolers will enjoy learning about the four seasons with this FREE Four Seasons Sorting Activity. This activity features 4 trees representing the four seasons, and 16 picture cards to be sorted. Place the cards underneath the correct tree according to what season the image represents. Can be used throughout the year to reinforce and learn […]
These FREE Latin Noun Printables comes straight from the Henle text. Third declension is one of the trickiest, but these have limited the vocabulary in that section only to the regular nouns that decline like the song memorized in Classical Conversations Foundations program (or for those of you who are familiar with Latin, the […]