Day 1: Who Was George Washington?
Day 2: People and Places in George Washington's Life
Day 3: The Accomplishments of George Washington
Day 4: Lessons to Learn From George Washington
Day 5: Remembering George Washington
There are even free notebooking pages at the bottom of the page to enhance your study on George Washington. Find them here.
Abraham Lincoln's birthday is coming up, February 12th. I had these worksheets in my member's area before I closed it down and am now adding it here for all. 🙂
It is basically a reading comprehension sheet. There is a selection to read about Abraham Lincoln as a boy and questions to answer. There is also vocabulary for the student to look up in the dictionary, choosing the correct definition as used in the reading selection.
I hope that you can find room for it in your study of Abraham Lincoln.
I was also thinking of having him answer the questions in the back for each chapter. I decided it would be easier for Donnie if the questions were as worksheets and inserted into his school folder. If he sees it, he will remember to do it. 🙂
So, I typed them up notebook style. I am happy to share them with those of you who plan on using this book in your studies also.
Funny thing though, the past week or so, I have felt the leading to have us all learn Bible History. So, I am now researching this. 🙂 I have always wanted to dig deeper into Bible times, so I am excited.
You can find The Light and the Glory by Peter Marshall and David Manuel at Amazon or Christianbook.
I haven't been feeling good all week. I had a fever, chills, runny nose, wheezing and a head ache. This is the 3rd time I have been sick like this in 4 months. The cold symptoms irritate my allergies and my wind pipe tightens up and it is hard to breathe. I am going to have to look hard at my diet, apparently my immune system is low.
This Friday, I have a simple reader on George Washington and the cherry tree. The pages can be printed and colored. It is 6 pages total and they would be printed front and back and then folded to make it booklet style. (I print even pages first and then re-insert to print the odd.)
In the beginning, I added the story of the cherry tree. The other pages is the story in poem format and a picture the kids can color.