B is for Binder-Builder
A is for Astronomy!
Have you ever tried lapbooking and notebooking with your upper elementary and junior high students? Our daughter (almost 12-years-old) loves to incorporate Binder-Builders into her core studies. Binder-Builders are a unique fusion of notebooking and lapbooking. You simply use a few materials such as a 3-ring binder, cardstock, tabbed dividers, and a Binder-Builder resource, to […]
R is for Russia
Do you love to study astronomy with your children? Astronomy Day is coming up next Saturday, May 10th! To celebrate, we have several lapbooks on sale for Astronomy Day. From May 1-12th, you can take 30% Off select digital lapbook downloads! Simply use code STARS30 in our A Journey Through Learning Store! Titles included in […]
P is for Planets and Pinterest!
Are you enjoying the Winter Olympics? We are enjoying watching some of our favorite competitions while working on a hands-on lapbook project! You can read about our mini-unit study in our O is for Olympics post. Our daughter is using The Winter Olympics 2014 Lapbook with Study Guide to learn about the history of the […]
O is for Olympics 2014 in Sochi
We enjoy using the Express lapbooks from A Journey Through Learning as mini-unit studies. Sometimes it is nice to take a short break and incorporate a quick lapbook project. The Express lapbooks can be completed within 1-2 days and they only require one folder. This week, one project we have added in our science studies […]
H is for History Revealed by Diana Waring – Romans, Reformers, and Revolutionaries
Are you gearing up for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia? We are so excited to watch some of our favorite sporting events! We are in the process of organizing a mini-unit study that we can work on during the Winter Olympics. The basis of our mini-unit study is the Winter Olympics 2014 Lapbook […]
C is for Classical Conversations
This year in history, our family is using the wonderful Romans, Reformers, and Revolutionaries in Diana Waring’s History Revealed curriculum. We are exploring history from the Roman Empire AD 30 to the French Revolution AD 1799 and what a journey we are having! Are you familiar with this dynamic, multidisciplinary curriculum? You can preview free […]
A is for Autumn
This week we are exploring C is for Classical Conversations! Are you familiar with this unique classical education program that meets in communities all across the U.S. and even the world? Nancy Fileccia and Paula Winget, owners of A Journey Through Learning, along with their families, are part of a Classical Conversations campus that meets […]
This week we explored seasonal studies through the Autumn Learning Lapbook with Study Guide. We worked on the third folder of this three-folder lapbook and a few of the topics we covered included: Autumn Holidays Birds of Autumn Tree Identification Nature Scavenger Hunt The hands-on learning of the lapbook complimented our nature and science of […]