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Pizza Huts Book It! program is reading payment in the form of pizza. 🙂 As you’re scheduling out your next years’ homeschool plan, put this in your arsenal. It’s a great reading motivator for your kids.
I don’t know if I had more fun with the Inventions Class, or this LEGO Brainiacs Class this year at co-op. They were both loads of fun.
You can use this LEGO Class as a summer program, part of a kids club at church, in your own homeschool, or in your co-op. Everything is laid out for you. Lessons, links, list of supplies needed. Continue reading
Are your kids really into the LEGO stop action films? How would they like to make one of their own? Stop action films have always fascinated me. I think it goes back to making flip books when I was younger. Well, this past semester we actually made a little stop action film in my LEGO Brainiacs class at co-op. Continue reading
Play Dough Economics a cool little class that I happened upon last year that was written back in 1988! Economics being what they are, all the principles still apply today. I don’t even remember how I came to know about it, but I think another homeschool mom may have pointed me in it’s direction. I have the PDF for you FREE below.
I am so super excited (and a little nervous) to offer you guys my “Inventions – It Was Intended for What?!?” class. This is a tried and true, one semester class that I put together for our co-op last semester.
This class incorporates science, history, cooking, crafts, patent knowledge and more!
You can use this as a summer program, part of a kids club at church, in your own homeschool, or in your co-op. Everything is laid out for you. Lessons, links, list of supplies needed. Continue reading