This week we continued using Liberty’s Kids to teach History in our Co-Op. Last week we focused on The Boston Tea Party. This week we are focusing on The Intolerable Acts. I have put together another great list of resources filled with Intolerable Acts Lesson ideas for you so that you can have fun teaching them too.[Read more…]
Are you teaching about the Boston Tea Party this year? We just started a homeschool co-op with some friends of ours and I decided we should work through the Liberty’s Kids Series
in a fun way. I am going to share a free printable with you as well as a few of my ideas. I am also going to give you 20 resources for teaching about the Boston Tea Party to check out in order to make your lesson the best it can be.
Boston Tea Party Lesson Resources[Read more…]
Lately I have seen some amazing Doctor Who comics coming out. I even have a few of them. Comics are a great way to get your child reading who may have a hard time. Creating their own comic is also a great way to get your child thinking creatively. I have put together some great Doctor Who Inspired Comic Templates. Your child can work on art and writing at the same time. If your child is not great at art, don’t worry. I have included some characters they can cut out to build their own story. Make sure to get your Doctor Who Inspired Comic Strip Templates.
Comic Strip Printable Pack
Get this printable as part of the mega pack linked below! (Choose to print only select pages to get the ones you want.)
What’s in the pack?
10 pages of Doctor Who Inspired Comic Strips.
In these ten pages some will be traditional block comic strips with images below to cut out for building your comic.
There are also strips built of sonic screwdrivers and circular Gallifreyan.
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