Types of Clouds

There are soooo many great ideas online and on Pinterest about studying the types of clouds. It was hard to choose which ones to do with my kiddos at home. I was so excited when I found this awesome graphic showing the types of clouds! As usual I went ahead and made a worksheet for [Read On]

Weather Fronts Body Movements

I guess my brain never stops working, even when I am asleep.  On Saturday night I had a dream that the kids and I were reviewing the weather fronts and we were using colorful ribbons to represent the weather fronts. I kid you not… when I woke up I thought to myself: That is a [Read On]

Weather Fronts to Label

One the activities we do every week is to label pictures of the material we are learning. Sometimes we label by hand so they can practice handwriting and review their material all at once.  🙂  Other times we like to cut and paste. I always have both options available so they can pick, or I can pick, [Read On]

Weather Fronts Self-Check Worksheet

As we are studying the weather fronts, I wanted to created a worksheet that would help my kids practice and review the vocabulary for weather fronts.  This worksheet provides them with a self-check option. As they point to the weather symbol, they can open the flap and check if they identified it correctly. My kids [Read On]

Weather Fronts Cards

We have been studying the weather and the four types of weather fronts. I created these cards to go with this study unit. I wanted my kids to understand what the four types of weather fronts look like so I included a picture on each card.  I also wanted them to learn the symbols that [Read On]

Circles of Latitude Interactive Sheet

  We love creating hands-on materials to help the kids learn their material as they “play” and have fun.         This sheet is just that. We put it together and then got to play silly games as we reviewed and sang songs.         I highly recommend that you print [Read On]

Circles of Latitude Cards and Body Motions

Here’s a set of picture cards I created to provide a visual to my kids while learning the circles of latitude.  They love holding the cards, setting them up on the floor and rearranging them.  Sometimes I print the set twice so we can play memory (that’s what we did this week). We also play [Read On]

Circles of Latitude Craft

We had fun making this little craft as we were studying the circles of latitude. This is how we did it: First, the kids just colored the picture of the Earth.                     Then, they cut out and glued the labels on each circle. Last, we used [Read On]

Five Circles of Latitude Worksheet

I have created a worksheet to help my kids learn the five circles of latitude.  I have included options for both younger students and older ones. The younger students always enjoy cutting and pasting, so that’s what I did.  For the older students, they usually like writing the names on their own, so I included [Read On]

Five Circles of Latitude Game

Whenever the weather is nice and I can come up with an activity to be outside, I am all for it!  This week the weather has been very nice, so we found an excuse to go outside and practice our Science content. We are learning the Five Circles of Latitude.  I had some sidewalk chalk [Read On]