Welcome to another week of Mom’s Library! One of the best ways to make learning stick is through hands-on activities. Check out these great interactive learning ideas for homeschool or class room!
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Interactive, Hands-on Learning Ideas
Volcano’s are an important part of New Zealand’s geography. Combine science with geography with this activity, if you don’t mind a little mess!
Study Marco Polo and Terracotta warriors with this interactive unit study!
Sometimes a DIY study works best for your house. Here’s how one mom does it!
Build an Eiffel Tower with bricks!
Practice ice science with these fun activities!
There are a million ways to make even the most boring of history fun, interesting, and most importantly memorable. Here are 18 crazy fun facts about the Presidents, plus the list of presidents in this freebie!
Compliment a solar system study with this solar system mobile!
From using a compass to drawing different country’s flags, this cultural study is great for long-term learning.
What are the three branches of government? It’s scary how many Americans can’t answer that question! From branches of government to a mini-study on J Edgar Hoover, here is an FBI themed lapbook!
Bring the creation story alive for kids with these crafts and activities for each day of creation!
Combine STEM (Science, technology, engineering, mathematics) with geography in this hands-on Eiffel tower project!
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