Article Spotlight ~ Using the Library to Create Your Own Curriculum Part III: Science and Social Studies – By Mary Hood, Ph.D.
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*Looking for a unit study approach to teaching Social Studies and Science?
*Find step-by-step instructions for using the Library to develop your own Social Studies and Science curriculum.
*Learn to include your child in the selection and planning of the instruction!
*Help develop lifelong learners.
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Whether you are crafty or craft-challenged or whether you have big kids or little ones, use these lasts months of the year to create special gifts (and save money) with advice from Beth Foster, Evonne Mandella, and Kendra Fletcher.
Find history in the baking and eating you do during Thanksgiving and Christmas with Cathie Diez-Luckie. Get tips from favorite TOS contributors for teaching 3D computer modeling, reading (with or without phonics), Godly character, classical music, art, and more! Then follow Sheila Campbell’s advice to get away from the noise and the clamor of modern life and help your children love silence and solitude and sweet fellowship with the Lord. Enjoy November and December with TOS!
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