Hands-On Homeschool Activities for Tots to Ten Year Olds!

Not too long ago the categories section of my blog was disabled. I’m trying to get that up and running, but in the meantime I wanted to be sure people could cruise through the various topics we’ve done while planning for the fall. I’m sure homeschoolers all around the country are gearing up for the new school year! Update: We have just moved to homeschoolden.com… I have not yet provided the links to this post.  It’ll take a while  to get everything back up and running! 🙂

Especially for those who are new to my blog, I wanted you to be able to browse through and look through units you might be planning.  The reason I started this blog was to share some of the activities that we’ve done.  Writing this post has sure been eye opening! We’ve covered a lot these four or five years!!

Here are the topics we’ve covered in alphabetical order. Since this is a blog, you’ll need to view the last page first to see things as we covered them chronologically:

5 Senses; Active Math Games; Africa Unit; American Colonies; American History

American West Unit; Ancient Aztecs, Incas and Mayans; Ancient Egypt; Ancient Greece Unit

Apple Unit; Arts and Crafts; Asthma; Astronomy Unit; Biomes-Animal Habitats

Bird Unit; Chemistry Unit; China Unit; Christmas Activities; Critical Thinking Activities

Death and Dying; Dinosaurs; Earth Day; Earth Science;

Easter; Elementary Music (ages 1-6); Fairy Tale Unit; Fall Theme;

Family Meeting; Father’s Day; Fire Safety; Fitness; Flower Unit;

Food in America; Fossils; Freebies; Games (critical thinking, etc.);

Garden Science; Geography; Geologic Timeline (Montessori); German;

Gizmos, Gadgets and Simple Machines; Halloween; Health;

Homeschooling in the News; Human Body Unit; Interviews with Other Homeschoolers;

Japan Unit; Kindergarten; Labor Day; Language Arts (Grammar/Spelling, etc);

Lapbooks; Magyar;

Math (all posts); Math–Addition; Math–Division; Math–Fractions; Math–Geometry; Math–Multiplication

Middle Ages Unit; Mom Stories; Money Math; Montessori-General Info; Music;

Native American Indians; Natural Disasters Unit; Nature;  Ocean Unit;

Olympics; Organizing and Cleaning; Our Homeschool (What our day is like, curriculum choices, etc.)

Outdoor Fun; Penguin Unit; Pete the Cat Unit; Physics Unit;

Planning and Preparation; Plant Unit; Preschool–Age 4;

Preschool and Toddler Activities; Preschool–Age 3 1/2; Preschool Math;

Check out all our preschool activities! We did a lot of Montessori inspired activities, arts crafts, science and more! Click here for the link to the huge list of preschool activities packet I share about a year and a half ago.

Rain Forests; Random Thoughts (Articles about various topics); Reading;

Recipes; Rocks and Minerals; Running; Science; Science Experiments;

Slavery and the Civil War; Spelling; Sports; St. Patrick’s Day; Technology;

Thanksgiving; Theme Time (themes for 2-4 year olds);

Think Challenge (Critical Thinking Activities); United States Unit Study;

Toddler (early preschool) Activities; Trips We’ve Taken;

Useful Resources (websites, books, etc.); Valentine’s Day; Vertebrates-Invertebrates;

Whale Unit; Where We Used to Live (Australia); Workboxes; World Religions; Writing

Hope you find some useful resources!  ~Liesl



4 Responses

  1. Good post however , I was wondering if you could write a litte more
    on this topic? I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit more.

    • homeschooldenadmin says:

      Hi! We’re in the process of transferring everything from our old site… it’ll take a while to get the links within this post (well, and everywhere!) back up and running. I’ve been working long hours, but have hundreds of posts to go through. Gulp! Will try to get back to this at some point soon! Thanks for your note. ~Liesl

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