Following The Iditarod
Have you ever heard of the Iditarod? Ever wonder what it’s all about and how it works? How would you and your children like to experience a well-rounded unit study of this exciting annual event? Climb aboard your sled for this unit study!
Have you ever heard of the Iditarod? Do you ever wonder what it’s all about and how it works? How would you and your children like to experience a well-rounded unit study of this exciting annual event?
Well, look no further as you “mush” along the Iditarod trail in the WeE-book™ . . .Following the Iditarod by Dena Wood
In this WeE-book™, Dena Wood takes you through the subjects of Bible, history, reading/literature, math, vocabulary, language arts, science, art, social studies, current events, and geography as you learn all about the Iditarod in icy Alaska. This race takes place every spring, taking sled dogs from near Anchorage all the way to Nome, Alaska . . . spanning over 1,150 miles in subzero temperatures over some of the wildest terrain imaginable.
In addition to individual subject study, this unit study WeE-book™ offers:
- Pre-race preparations.
- Many resources to help you learn as much as you desire.
- Information on the Virtual Iditarod.
- Copywork by Virginia Donahue of Proverbs 22:6 Academy.
- A glossary of terms.
- Activity pages.
- Fill-in-the-blank questions.
So bundle up, get your dogs ready to go, and climb aboard your sled as you prepare to read . . . Following the Iditarod—a WeE-book™ unit study NOW!
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