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Resource List For Part 2

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Resources for Intermediate Language Lessons Part 2

General Resources
Handbook of Nature Study by Anna Botsford Comstock

Lessons 7 – The Body
The Anatomy Coloring Book by Wynn Kapit, Lawrence M. Elson
Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology by Jeannie Fulbright
Human Anatomy in Full Color by John Green
Anatomy Lapbook

Lessons 8 – Debate
Debate Sheet Website
50 Debate Prompts For Kids by Michael S. Dahlie, Patrick Daley

Lesson 9 – Letter Writing Review
Friendly Letter Basics Website

Lesson 11 – Departure of the Pilgrims
The Pilgrims of Plimoth by Marcia Sewall
The Landing of the Pilgrims by James Daugherty

Lesson 16 – Cud Chewers
Beautiful Cows by Val Porter, Jeremy Hopley and Andrew Perris
Facts About Cows Website

Lesson 17 – The Deer Family
Deer World by Dave Taylor
Facts About Deer Website

Lesson 28 – Ships of the Air
About Airships Website
How Airships Work Website
Transatlantic Airships: An Illustrated History by John Christopher
Hot Air Balloons Website
How Hot Air Balloons Work Website

Lesson 54 & 64 – Trees
Trees: A Visual Guide by Tony Rodd
The Tree Book For Kids And Their Grownups by Gina Ingoglia

Lesson 70 The Post Office
History of Special Delivery Website

Lesson 78 – Old Ironsides
The USS Constitution Website

2 thoughts on “Resource List For Part 2

  1. Sarie Sanders

    I am so thankful I found this beautiful curriculum. We just finished up our first year homeschooling. We used part 1 of Intermediate Language Lessons and LOVED it all the way. Your workbook really complimented my little blossoming creative writer. The wide base of topics often overlapped with what we were already studying in other subjects. We can't wait to start part 2 this fall!! Thanks Cynthia 🙂

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    1. Cynthia

      What a nice surprise! I don't know how I missed your comment. I am so glad to hear that your blossoming creative writer enjoyed using ILL. Thank you!

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