Free Printables & Activities for the Letter G

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G is for....

A Little Pinch of Perfect has some cute G is for Giraffe printable number games & craft.
G is for Garden printable pack from Teaching Mama
G is for Gumball printables and activity ideas from Confessions of a Homeschooler
G is for Goliath printable worksheets & coloring pages from Christian Preschool Printables

Worksheets, Printables, & Craft Ideas

Here are some super cute Tot School: Letter G activities and a printable from School Time Snippets.
Super fun Letter G wooden spoon craft idea from Red Ted Art: Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Letter G Alphabet Printables from First School
Kindergarten Letter G Worksheets from KidZone
Preschool and Kindergarten Letter G Worksheets from Education.com
As always, there are several Letter G Activities & Crafts from DLTK
You can use these Printable Letter G for all sorts of activity ideas.
Kindergarten Worksheets from School Sparks
Letter G Worksheets from Kids Activities Blog

Interactive Online Activities, Games, & Videos

Letter G Interactive video from Starfall






Letter G Books to Find at the Library (affiliate links)



This collection of free printables & activities for the Letter G was gathered together for you by Jenny from Faith & Good Works.

FREE Creative Writing Prompts


I confess, it doesn’t take much prompting to get me to write something. I think I would write almost twenty-four hours a day if given the opportunity! But what if you have a student who would rather do anything but write? This roundup of free writing prompts might give your child the motivation he or she needs. You’ll find writing prompts here on everything from travel to fire safety. So dive in, and let’s be creative!

Holiday/Seasonal



Hobbies, Interests, and Miscellaneous


Travel-Themed Writing Prompts

Children's Bible Stories: Joseph and His Coat of Many Colors {Free Printables, Activities, & other Resources}




The Story of Joseph and His Coat of Many Colors from DLTK {includes teacher's guide, coloring pages, crafts, and printable games & puzzles}
Coloring Page from Making Art Fun
Coloring Page from Bible Printables
Preschool Bible Lesson from Ministry to Children
Joseph's Coat of Many Colors Craft
Lesson from Children's Sermon
Joseph and his coat of many colors puppet from PreKinders
File Folder Game from Bible Fun for Kids
C is for Colors (God's Little Explorers) from Motherhood on a Dime



This list of free resources was created for you by Jenny @ Faith & Good Works.

Free Printables & Activities for the Letter F

Free Printables and Activities for the Letter F



F is for......

F is for Farm Animals Preschool Printable Pack from Teaching Mama
F is for Fish Romping & Roaring Pack from 3 Dinosaurs

F is for Fish Printable Pack from Haffly Homeschool
F is for Family Faces Printable Pack from Upside Down Homeschooling
F is for Follow Bible Verse Printables from 1+1+1=1
F is for Fire Truck Printable Pack from Royal Baloo


Worksheets, Printables, & Craft Ideas

F Activities for Preschool & Kindergarten from The Measured Mom
Alphabet Letter F Preschool Activities & Crafts from First-School

DLTK's Letter F Crafts & Activities for Kids
Letter F Kindergarten Worksheets from Kidzone
Preschool Letter F Worksheets & Printables from Education.com

Interactive Online Activities, Games, & Videos


Interactive Letter F Video from Starfall





Letter F Books to Find at the Library (Amazon Affiliate Links)

The Fantastic Gifts of Fall
F Is For Flag
F is for Fiesta
Fred, Me, and the Letter F
Frogs
What's It Like to Be a Fish?
Big Frank's Fire Truck
 

This collection of free printables & activities for the Letter F is brought to you by Jenny from Faith & Good Works.

Free Homeschool Lesson Plans, Online Resources, and Printables for a Unit about the Purposes of the Blood

Science – The Human Body – Purposes of the Blood

  
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Homeschool Educational Free Market: Purposes of the Blood {Free Resources}


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Ellen McHenry’s Basement Workshop always has some very fun ideas.  Here is her Circulation Game.

Here are this week’s YouTube videos:

Here is a neat illustration of the process by which a cut heals.

Deceptively Educational has a great post about how to make a model of the blood.

e-Learning for Kids has an online blood circulation course

Scroll down Homeschool Share’s Human Body page to find the “Circulatory Game” link (we respect copyright and don’t link directly to pdf’s).



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This collection of free homeschool resources is brought to you by Deana at The Frugal Homeschooling Mom (.com).  For lots of current weeks’ Classical Conversations pins, follow her on Pinterest.  Coming up soon: free resources for a unit study on the atomic number!

Free Homeschool Lesson Plans, Online Resources, and Printables for a Unit about the Endocrine System

Science – The Endocrine System




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And here are this week’s YouTube videos on the Endocrine System!

Here’s a fact-filled endocrine system song with lyrics for singing along.

I am really loving Kids’ Health’s lessons.  Here’s their Endocrine System lesson.  I like them because there’s a listening button for the kids who don’t read well yet, so it doesn’t require me to read aloud!  Yep, I’m lazy like that.

Here is Discovery Kids’ reference: Your Endocrine System

Wisc-online has a neat endocrine system interactive diagram for kids to practice their understanding.

Here’s the Matchcard Science printables for the endocrine system.  If you’ve been following these posts, you’ll know that these are pretty cool.

In browsing the web this week – I found this amazing list – I have these resources myself at home!  Can’t believe it’s week 11 for us, and I’m just now seeing this.  What a great resource list!  It includes references for each week’s topics for Classical Conversations for resources such as Usborne Encyclopedias, Netflix, and Story of the World.  You CC people will know how thrilled I am at coming across this!  You’ll want to bookmark it.


Biology 4 Kids’ article on the endocrine system can be found here.

The Endocrine System: Who is In Control Here? is a good reference for older students – use the search feature at Core Knowledge to find the pdf (copy and paste the article title into the search box – we can’t link it directly in order to respect copyright).

Fact Monster’s concise explanation of the endocrine system is very helpful.

Sola Gratia Mom has a description of a hands-on learning experiment she did with kids about the endocrine system (scroll halfway down the page).  It looks like fun!



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This collection of free homeschool resources is brought to you by Deana at The Frugal Homeschooling Mom (.com).  For lots of Classical Conversations pins, follow her on Pinterest.  Stay tuned next week, for free (or nearly free) resources for a unit study on the purposes of the blood!

Free Recipes and Ideas About How to Explore the World Through Food


I have always LOVED geography and learning about other countries through things I could touch. When I was little, I collected inexpensive coins from around the world. When I was older I discovered various ministries that sold handcrafted from other countries and learned all I could about what the items were, how they were made, and who had made them. But what more fun way to learn about another country than through food? Here is a roundup of fun ways you can explore the world through recipes!

Explore the world of penguins with these PenguinCake Pops from World for Learning.

Find instructions for hostingan English Tea from World for Learning.


Praying Through the ProduceAisle from Write Bonnie Rose is an 80-page printable of study questions, notebooking pages, and coloring sheets that will help you turn your next trip through the produce aisle into a missions trip.

Recipes, Games, and Facts from Around the World courtesy of Kids of Courage

Food from NorthAfrica: Couscous, Sahlab, and Chakchouka
Discover Burma and make a MangoCake and Palm Sugar Sago
Treats from Mexico: Horchata, Mango Dessert, and Sweet Potato Dessert
Try these Chinese dishes: Almond Cookies, Beef and Rice, and Almond Jello
Make Plantain Chips and Arepas from Colombia
Palestinian treat—Ghraybeh
Recipes from Indonesia: Pisang Goreng (Banana Fritters), Baked Chicken Satay, Coconut Rice, and Ongol-ongol
Iraqi Snacks and Treats: Pita Treat, Date Syrup, Date Balls, and Baklava
Khmu recipes from Southeast Asia: Bamboo Shoot Soup and Khmu Stew
Recipes from Malaysia: Compressed Rice, Coconut Rice, Pisang Goreng (Banana Fritters), and Baked Chicken Satay
Recipes from Morocco: Roasted Almonds, Couscous Treat, Coconut Almond Snack, Frozen Cinnamon Dessert, Apple Milk
Nepalese Recipes: Nepalese Tea and Nepalese Rice Pudding
Pakistani Recipes: Chapatis, Tahfee, and Unday Ka Halva
Recipes from Turkey: Simit and Turkish Delight
Recipes from Uzbekistan: Sugared Almonds and Liquid Halvah

Vietnamese Recipes: Mango Ice Cream, Eggs and Onions, Peanut Sweet Potatoes, Rice and Banana Pudding, and Banana Treat

If you'd like some free geography copywork and other free history and geography resources, come visit me on WriteBonnieRose.com!

Free Printables & Activities for the Letter E





E is for......

E is for Excavator from Royal Baloo
E is for Elephant from 3 Dinosaurs
E is for Esther from To the Moon & Back


Worksheets, Printables, & Craft Ideas

Preschool Coloring Pages, Posters, Writing Practice, & Worksheets from First-School
Printable Activities & Crafts from DLTK 
Worksheets from Education.com
Worksheets from Boggles World
Kindergarten Worksheets from School Sparks
Learn to Read Preschool Alphabet Letter E from Happy & Blessed Home


Interactive Online Activities, Games, & Videos

Interactive Letter E Video from Starfall






Letter E Books to Find at the Library (Amazon Affiliate Links)

E-mergency!
Elmer
The Eye Book

This collection of free printables & activities for the Letter E is brought to you by Jenny from Faith & Good Works.

Free Homeschool Lesson Plans, Online Resources, and Printables for a Unit about the Respiratory System

Science – The Respiratory System


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Youtube Videos are listed below:
The Respiratory System – this one’s very good.

This chart of the respiratory system shows how you breathe.




Find out how your lungs work with this simple make-your-own model

NeoK12 has a bunch of links to resources, some free, some require membership though.

There’s a unit in this free science curriculum that teaches about the respiratory system.

Finally, here are some free respiratory system notebooking pages for ya!


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This collection of free homeschool resources is brought to you by Deana at The Frugal Homeschooling Mom (.com).  For lots of Classical Conversations pins, follow her on Pinterest.  Stay tuned next week, for free (or nearly free) resources for a unit study on the endocrine system!

Chapter Book Series: Ralph S. Mouse Resources


If you're reading the children's classic Ralph S. Mouse with your kids, try these fun Ralph S. Mouse-themed activities, lesson plans, and crafts!

Ralph S. Mouse Lesson Plans

Ralph S. Mouse - Simple Literature: A complete free lesson plan for reading the entire book

Ralph Biography - Beverly Cleary: A short biography of Ralph's character from the book

Ralph S. Mouse Prompts - Scholastic: Questions for use after reading the book or watching the movie Ralph S. Mouse

Beverly Cleary Biography - Scholastic: A biography of author Beverly Cleary, who wrote the book

Ralph S. Mouse Activities

Racing Walnut Mice Craft - Learn with Play at Home: These racing mice would be perfect for recreating Ralph on his motorcycle!

Mouse Toilet Paper Roll Craft - DLTK Kids: A simple toilet paper roll craft that you can color to resemble Ralph.

Motorcycle Coloring Pages - HelloKids: Free motorcycle-themed coloring pages for kids

Paper Motorcycle Craft - Crafty Shops: Instructions on how to make a paper motorcycle that stands up!

Free Online Resources for Studying the Fine Arts: Visual Arts {Drawing, Painting, Art History, & More}





Art for Kids Hub

Drawspace


ArtGraphica

Free Lessons from Teach Art at Home

Discussion Questions for A Child's Book of Art by Lucy Micklethwait

Lessons and Activities from the National Gallery of Art

Educational Resources from the J. Paul Getty Museum

Making Art Fun

Art Appreciation Lesson for Kids from Garden of Praise

The Collection Online from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Free Art Lessons from ArtyFactory

KinderArt

Artists and their Art: Sharing Visual Stories from Concordia University Chicago

Good-bye Art Academy

Lessons from Incredible Art Department

Art History Mom

Art History

1500+ Free Video Art Lessons from Jerry's Artarama

Art and Artist Printable Notebooking Pages from The Notebooking Fairy

Free Art Notebooking Pages from Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus

Art History Worksheets and Printables from Education.com

Art Worksheets from About.com

Free Art History Coloring Pages


This list of free resources for studying the Fine Arts was created for you by Jenny from Faith & Good Works

Children's Bible Stories: Daniel in the Lions Den {Free Printables, Activities, & other Resources}


Lesson and Printable Activities
Preschool Bible Lesson
Lion Theme Preschool Activities and Crafts
Coloring Pages
File Folder Game
Printable Masks
D is for Daniel & the Lions Den Activity Pack
Daniel in the Lions Den activities
Crossword Puzzle
Bible Lesson + Craft Tutorial



This list of free Bible Stories Unit Study Resources was created by Jenny from Faith & Good Works!

Free Homeschool Lesson Plans, Online Resources, and Printables for a Unit about the Lymph System

Science – The Lymph System


There’s a great Kids Health article Body Basics: Spleen and Lymphatic System.
And here’s a Kids Health video - How the Body Works: The Immune System

Lots of YouTube videos this week!  The following YouTube videos are great!
Lymphatic System (this video skipped on my computer… not sure if it does for everyone else)
Lymph System part 1 (lecture, best for older students)

Let your kids try this fun Immune System game!

CC Connected subscribers can print these AWESOME resources on the human body for free (Can’t believe I just found these!!!  Wow, you’ve GOT to pin this one.)

Ellen McHenry’s Basement Workshop Immune System Game looks like fun if you have multiple kids to play

Printable Information Sheet, Inside-Out Anatomy: The Immune System


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This collection of free homeschool resources is brought to you by Deana at The Frugal Homeschooling Mom (.com).  For lots of Classical Conversations pins, follow her on Pinterest.  Stay tuned next week, for free (or nearly free) resources for a unit study on the respiratory system!

FREE Notebooking Pages Roundup


Notebooking pages can add an instant splash of life to a writing assignment that a reluctant writer is dreading. You can find them for almost every interest imaginable, in an almost endless assortment of styles. Here are some of the ones I've found. What sites do you go to for noteboooking pages? Let us know in the comments!

Various Topics

Building bricks—perfect for Lego lovers!

Holiday and Seasons


This collection of notebooking pages is brought to you by Bonnie Rose of WriteBonnieRose.com. Don't miss our roundup all about food next month!


Free Homeschool Lesson Plans, Online Resources, and Printables for a Unit about the Circulatory System

Science – The Circulatory System




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YouTube Videos


Scholastic Study Jams has a video called The Circulatory System, with quiz questions and a vocabulary list to go along with it.

If you have access to Magic School Bus videos – Episode 3 “Inside Ralphie” is about the circulatory system (all 4 seasons are available on Netflix, for example)

Learn4YourLife’s Matchcard Science is a good resource for studying the circulatory system.

Make a visual of the components of blood by following My Montessori Journey’s blog post.




Little Pandas Preschool shows how a Pumping Heart Balloon Experiment was done with preschoolers.

“The Circulatory System and the Heart” is explained in Kid Port’s slideshow.



Good readers will enjoy Discovery Kids’ article on the Cardiovascular System

Here’s a free download of circulatory system notebooking pages.

Kids Health provides a fun article about Your Heart and Circulatory System (and this article is read aloud if you have younger non-readers who need to work independently – I love that!)



Ellen McHenry’s Basement Workshop provides a neat Circulation game to play.

Scroll down to find “Blood Circulation Games” at Collaborative Learning (it’s a PDF file)

There’s a free worksheet “Your Heart” at Super Teacher Worksheets  - scroll down the screen to find it (and several other good anatomy worksheets there too)

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This collection of free homeschool resources is brought to you by Deana at The Frugal Homeschooling Mom (.com).  For lots of Classical Conversations pins, follow her on Pinterest.  Stay tuned next week, for free resources for a unit study on the lymph system!