8 Pioneer Day Projects for Kids - Housewife Eclectic
Even though Pioneer Day isn’t celebrated all over, it doesn’t mean that everyone can’t join in the fun and channel their inner Laura Ingalls Wilder. Here are some fun things to create with kids that celebrate America’s Pioneer heritage. Pioneer Bonnets by My Cotton Creations. Climbing Bear Toy by Tutorial Adventures. Cardboard Covered Wagon by […]
Sedimentary Rocks & Fossil Experiment
Try this fossil experiment made with bread and gummy worms! teaches about sedimentary rocks, too! Great for geology and dinosaur units. via @karyntripp
10 Westward Expansion Hands-on Homeschool History Activities
10 Westward Expansion Hands-on History Activities. Grab one of these ten westward expansion hands-on history activities when studying about the Oregon Trail
Enjoy utah -
This month we celebrate the pioneers that came to the Great Salt Lake Valley and founded the great state of Utah that we enjoy today. Below is a list of fun pioneer games and music to play at your own Pioneer Day celebration. You can also walk in the footsteps of the pioneers by hiking the Original Mormon Pioneer Trail in East Canyon. For more Pioneer Day fun, check out our list of Pioneer Day Events and Activities. Pioneer Games: Stick Pull Hoop Roll Buzz Saw or Whirly Gig Marbles Pioneer…
The below activity takes a little bit of prep and interaction with the primary presidency. You can find more of my Pioneer Day activities HERE if you are short on time. This year, I've teamed up with a presidency counselor and we are doing a joint singing/sharing time all based around Pioneers. It should be very memorable for our primary kids and hopefully help instill in them a better appreciation and love for our pioneer ancestors in the gospel. Here's our simple outline... Before primary…
Literacy Loves Company
Are you looking for a meaningful way to integrate writing in your social studies classroom? Try historical journals! A great way to integrate narrative writing and history!
Rocks and Minerals- 1st & 2nd Grade - Printable & Digital
Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to teach your 1st and 2nd graders about rocks and minerals? This fun unit includes vocabulary cards, a mini book, foldable activities, 3 lab experiments, and a quiz.
Pioneer day - chinese grandma
From my elementary school days in California, I remember panning for gold-painted pebbles and taking a field trip to a local Spanish mission, where we learned about making adobe bricks from clay and marveled at how small the Spanish padres must have been to fit into such tiny beds. But for my school kids in...Read More
Pioneer Living and Cloth Dyeing (Hands-on History).
Hands-on History. Cloth dyeing has been used since ancient civilization through to frontier living @ Tina's Dynamic Homeschool Plus