This is a cursive handwriting worksheet on the first day of Summer. It’s pretty simple and gives your kiddo practice with a fun topic.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-Z81ExjBnLtR0N5WGJUTjVyUlU/edit?usp=sharingThis worksheet is on homophones. It is 2 pages long and includes an answer sheet for parents or teachers. Grade level 4 or 5.
This is a 6 page lesson plan on Rainforest Biome for grade 4 or 5. The last two pages are answer sheets for teachers or parents.
Packet includes article with rainforest facts, Q&A, vocabulary and writing assignment.
I am not a math wiz, in all honesty, I hated math growing up. I always found it difficult and that was one thing that scared me about homeschooling my kids. I started my daughter off with Saxon math because I thought using a textbook would be the best thing to use and after graduating from public school, it was all I had been used to using. She was having a hard time getting my approach and it was frustrating when she didn’t understand the way I was trying to explain things to her. After many long and frustrating days, I was in search of a new way to do math that would be easier for the both of us.
One day I came across Khan Academy. It has been such a turn around in math since switching to Khan Academy (KA). Here are some things that I found AMAZING about this site
- It’s FREE
- You take a pre-test to see where your skills are and where you need practice. Parents can go in and assign lessons and KA will assign lessons as well.
- KA keeps track of what skills your child has practiced, needs to practice and has mastered in an easy to read chart.
- There are videos in each area of math to show your child (and parent) how to do that particular type of problem if you need help or refresh your memory. These are wonderful for the mathematically challenged parent like myself.
- Everything is assigned according to grade level. This saves time and sanity!
I have been using this for 10 days now and it has been great so far. Here is the link for you to check it out for yourself.
This lesson is taken from the August 1, 2009 Watchtower, page 24 & 25. I have attached the links those pages in the links below.
Instructions: Read the Watchtower article and write the following questions in you Bible education journal. Look up the scriptures in the article to get a deeper understanding from the Bible.
1) What important news did Rahab hear when she was young?
2) How did she treat the Israelite spies, and why?
3) What did Rahab have the spies promise?
4) How do we know that Jehovah was pleased with Rahab, and how can you be like her?
I found this GEM of a site for online courses for your children. It has been a struggle to find health courses for the 4th grade. This site has health, language, arts, ESL, science, math and computer classes. I’m so excited to incorporate some of these into my daughter’s homeschool routine.
Hope you enjoy!