Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Tuesday School- My Unique Human Body

For those of you who do know, Tuesday School is a weekly coop in which each family brings two to three activities relating to the chosen topic of that week. This week we studied the human body. There were a lot of great activities this week. We had DNA activities, body systems, and senses.


We completed this DNA activity I found from The University of Utah.



Little Man really enjoyed eating the marshmallows from this activity.



Little Man completed some puzzles



 Rapunzel made a model of her teeth:






Little Man practiced brushing "teeth" 

(dyed eggs)


We had a close look at the spine




This spine is made our of a pool noodle and rubber bands.

We got to study blood composition with this wonderful jar


The fluid (corn syrup) was the plasma.
The cranberries are the Red Blood Cells.
The rice is the White Blood Cells.
The lentils are the platelets.

 We created a stomach in a bag.






We got to see how a G- tube works






How did you spend your Tuesday?


~Stephanie~

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Sunday, April 28, 2013

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Money Saving Monday- Week 3



Featured Posts This Week!

1. The Best Free Printables from Some of the Best Things in Life are Mistakes


2. 50 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day from Reading Confetti.


3. Stained Glass Butterflies from Mama of Many Blessings.

4. Solar System Learning Guide from Our School at Home.


5. How to Make a Butterfly Feeder Out of an Old Muffin Tin from Under The Story Tree.




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Mothers Day Handprint Card


Mother's Day Collage Card


Father's Day "Daddy and Me" Card



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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Native American Unit- Part 2

Today we continued to learn about Native American Shelters. We made longhouses today.

The template for the longhouses can be found here.

Supplies needed for the longhouses:

1. Printed template found at the above link.
2. Scissors
3. Glue
4. Crayons, markers or paint

*Note: The longhouses actually turn out much smaller than the ones pictured above. 




This is Rapunzel's finished longhouse. Peyton has yet to finish his today...

We also made a Plank House (directions can be found at the above link)



Tomorrow we will being studying Native American Diet. I have created a printable that includes the following: 

  1. Page one is a chart to be completed by your student. 
  2. Page two is an answer key
  3. Page three contains the pieces for the chart. 
To download the printable follow this LINK.


If you enjoyed this post, there will be more great Native American themed printables and activities coming all this week!


~Stephanie~


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