# Monthly Archive: September 2020

## Latitude and Longitude Worksheets and Activities

In this post, I thought I’d share some of the activities my daughter did as she learned about latitude & longitude, the Prime Meridian and other geography terms. My daughter is doing a unit on oceans and we’re talking about ocean navigation at the moment. I wanted to be sure to slip in this information about latitude, longitude, the prime meridian and so forth  (even though we covered it in...

## Clocks – Telling Time Matching Activity and Practice Worksheets

When my kids were younger, we used a clock matching activity regularly to make sure the kids got the hang of being able to read an analog clock.  Today I have shared a new printable with you! Clocks – Telling Time Activities This is included in our K-2 Math BUNDLE: It is one of the best Bundles we have available… with more than 20 PDFs at just \$5.50. 🙂  I’ve...

## Coral Reef Worksheets and Interactive Notebook Activities

Coral Reef Worksheets & Activities These new Corals and Coral Reef worksheets, notebook pages and the lapbook/interactive notebook activity have been added to our 100+page Ocean Unit. In this part of our ocean unit, my daughter learned all about coral and coral reefs: What is coral? What do corals eat? (And what is the relationship between the algae, zooxanthellae, and corals.) How does a coral colony begin? (coral reproduction) What...

## Chameleon Packet

Learn all about chameleons! This 15-page packet helps kids learn all about chameleons. It includes a chameleon booklet (which you need to print out one-sided, fold in half and bind along the left side) and a chameleon lapbook/interactive notebook activity. It answers questions such as Where do chameleons live? Why do chameleons change colors? What do chameleons eat? What do chameleons look like? How many eggs does a female chameleon...

## Ancient History (Middle School – High School)

This is a chatty post about what we are doing for ancient history. Below, I’ll share some of the resources we are using and some activities we’ve done so far. We’ve only been in school for a few weeks now, but it already feels like we’ve got a good routine down and have covered quite a bit! History Spine: I have a lot of history textbooks that I have used...

## Earth’s Systems – Notebook Pages (Free)

These free notebook pages review Earth’s 4 major systems (or spheres) and familiarize students with the scientists who study them. What are the major Earth Systems? the Atmosphere, Geosphere, Biosphere, Hydrosphere (and Cryosphere) You’ll find the download link for these free pages below!The Earth works as a set of interconnected systems; these four major Earth Systems are often referred to as spheres and include the atmosphere geosphere hydrosphere cryosphere biosphere...