History

Objective: Each week, work on one of the topics below, return to the topics of most interest every week until moving to the next module. For ideas and suggestions, scroll down. *Click on pictures to see links and videos

  1. Explore the clock and practice telling time.
  2. Get personal. Explore your history and the history of your student.
  3. Observe how other things grow and change.
  4. Discover how the earth turns and spins, day turns to night, and the seasons change.
  5. Marvel at the different things in our past that have shaped our world today.

1. Explore the clock and practice telling time.

2. Get personal. Explore your history and the history of your student.

Where did you come from? How did you get here?
How have you grown and changed? How might you change in the future?

What games, songs, and stories did the teacher enjoy as a child and can still be enjoyed today? How have these things changed?

3. Observe how other things grow and change.

Choose an animal or plant and map out its life cycle.

Read aloud: The Very Hungry Caterpillar

4. Discover how the earth turns and spins, day turns to night, and the seasons change.

5. Marvel at the different things in our past that have shaped our world today.

[awld type=”text” href=”http://archive.org/details/historyanciente00rawlgoog”]History of ancient Egypt[/awld]

What do you think we might see in the future?