And here are my boys trying out this apple bobbing...
Hope you have a Happy Halloween!
|See that cardinal in there? |
Apparently 7 states claim the cardinal as their state bird.
Did you know only the males are bright red?
|Wright Glider Source|
|U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission Sights and Sounds|
8 short videos explaining each year/machine and the progress that was made
|Downloadable Power Point directed towards 1st graders. Great!!|
|My favorite! |
Link is to a PDF of worksheets that accompanied the video series.
We chose out 6 that were on Beck's level, could easily be used for a range of grade levels.
|Okay, so Beck got a little confused and painted his paint plate|
before I re-explained it to him
|We were running out of googly eyes, |
so each boy got one pair and then drew the rest of their eyes
|You could use craft straw, but we had an adventure outside finding dry grass we could use instead. On the way back home from the field down the street, we had a close call with a snake and barely avoided stepping right on top of it. The boys LOVED that!|
|Texas State Mammal: Nine-Banded Armadillo|
|Clara and the Armadillo|
|Armadillo Printable from learn create love|
|So sweet-Helping little brother draw his circles|
|A pretty fair representation|
|We got a little color lesson in with it as well|