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Composer Study in the Homeschool
Composer study is an essential part of a full and rich home education for children. Whether it is exposing children to the ornate organ works of JS Bach, the tempestuous repertoire of Beethoven, the sweeping symphonies of Gustav Mahler, or even the iconic movie music of John Williams, lear
Renaissance Trading Card Project & Scavenger Hunt
This trading card project gives students an opportunity to research the contributions of key artists, architects and writers of the Renaissance. Trading card templates, directions, rubric/checklist, teacher’s instructions and edible scavenger hunt is included. This fun and engaging project is a wonderful opportunity to introduce and/or reinforce key figures of the renaissance and their works. Students construct three trading cards and then explore each other’s cards to complete a scavenge hunt!
32 Famous European Explorers: Trading Cards to be Complete
Looking for a way for your students to discover facts about some of the famous European explorers in history? Here is a way your students can discover these historic figures that allows them to find out some basic facts, but also allows them identify what they think is important about each person. Each trading card has the same format and allows students to gather a very brief snapshot of who these people were and what they did that contributed to the history of the world.
Fall of Rome Mini-Book Project (Roman Empire)
Fall of Rome Mini-Book Project gives students an opportunity to research the reasons for the downfall of the Roman Empire after over a 1000 years of rule. This package includes a PowerPoint that introduces the lesson and runs through the directions of the project, project directions paper with a rubric/checklist, template for the mini-book and as an added bonus, a PowerPoint Lecture of the four main causes of the downfall of Rome. This fun and engaging project is a wonderful opportunity to . . .
Ancient China Map Activity (Print and Digital)
This activity will help students better understand the geography of Ancient China. They will label and color the blank map version and answer a few questions. Alternatively, students can just color on the coloring page version. It's a great way to incorporate geography in your lesson.