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Middle Ages Terminology & Copywork: Help students learn the terminology of the Middle Ages and better understand what they are reading with this copywork. Students copy 30 keywords and their definitions. Each copywork page also includes a border with geometric patterns that students can color and use to design patterns if they wish. Keywords covered are alchemist, apprentice, artisan, ballista, barbarian, castle, catapult, cathedral, citadel, crossbow, dynasty, famine, feudalism, fief, fisc, Gothic architecture, guild, halberd, journeymen, knight, lords, manor, monastery, peasants, pillage, siege, serf, trebuchet, and vassal. Thirty-six pages total. Available in print and cursive handwriting versions. Limited time freebie.
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Famous Americans of the 1910s Coloring Book: Introduce kids to 33 famous Americans of the 1910s with this fun coloring book. They’ll learn about Irving Berlin, Hiram Bingham, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Willa Cather, George M. Cohan, Dan Daly, Jack Dempsey, Eugene Burton Ely, James Montgomery Flagg, Robert Frost, Cass Gilbert, W.C. Handy, Ray Harroun, Edouard Izac, Henry Johnson, Frank B. Kellogg, Frank Luke, Jr., Henry M. Leland, Stephen T. Mather, Alexander Mitchell Palmer, General John J. Pershing, Harriet Quimby, Eddie Rickenbacker, Charles M. Russell, Jim Thorpe, Honus Wagner, Charles W. Whittlesey, Carter G. Woodson, Alvin C. York, William Howard Taft, James Sherman, Woodrow Wilson, and Thomas R. Marshall. The Famous Americans of the 1910s Coloring Book includes traceable copywork on every page. It’s a great way to work some handwriting and history into your day. Limited time freebie.
Questions & Answers Coloring Book About Science: Plants: Help students explore the world of plants with this BIG resource that includes coloring pages and copywork. The Questions & Answers Coloring Books About Science series breaks science topics down into several key questions for each topic and then answers those questions through coloring pages with copywork.
This unit helps kids discover answers to the questions:
- What makes a plant a plant?
- How does a plant get what it needs?
- Are all plants the same?
- How do plants make more of themselves?
- Are you sure plants can’t move?
- How do we use plants?
The unit can easily be broken down to focus on one question at a time. It covers the themes of photosynthesis, pollination, tropisms, life cycles, and more in an accessible and introductory way. There are 57 coloring pages with large print, traceable copywork. It’s a great way to work some science and handwriting practice into your day. You can even display the finished pages around the room as a way to see the big picture. 60 pages total. Limited time freebie.
Leonardo da Vinci Coloring Book: Introduce kids to the life and work of Leonardo da Vinci with this fun coloring book. They’ll learn about The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa, his work with early helicopter design, the Vitruvian man, the ornithopter, his notebooks, and more. The Leonardo da Vinci Coloring Book includes traceable print copywork on every page. It’s a great way to work some handwriting and history into your day. 21 pages total. Limited time freebie.
Doctors & Nurses Coloring Book, Level B: Help kids learn about the roles of nurses, doctors, paramedics, and more with the Doctors & Nurses Coloring Book, Level B. They’ll meet some of the staff, explore the hospital, see some of the equipment used, and much more. Traceable print copywork is included on every page. It’s a great way to work some handwriting and health into your day, and kids can even give some of their finished pages to medical professionals as a way of saying, “Thank you.” 37 pages total. Limited time freebie.
Famous Americans of the 1910s Notebooking Journal: With the Famous Americans of the 1910s Notebooking Journal, students have the opportunity to investigate 31 men and women who were key figures in the United States during the 1910s. Students can learn about these men and women and record their date and place of birth, date and place of death (if deceased), what they are known for, and other interesting facts about the individual. 34 pages total. Limited time freebie.
With Appetizing Astronomy Recipes Volume 1-From Solar Salsa Chicken to Red Rock Pasta, get ready to explore the universe without leaving your kitchen. You can have science fun in the kitchen while learning about the sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars PLUS cook some delightful dishes for your family to enjoy all at the same time!*
Praying Through the Produce Aisle has 80 pages of study questions, notebooking pages, and coloring sheets to help you turn your next trip through the produce aisle into a missions trip.