The Mommy Club: Share Your Resources and Solutions #165

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What a fun week at the Mommy Club! We had a total of 249 Mommy Ideas shared last week! We had some great ideas shared by all of you! Thanks to everyone who joined us last week and shared for the first time and thanks to you that come back each week. We couldn’t do this without you! […]

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Ocean Animals Addition Worksheets

Ocean Addition

From single digits to carrying, these Ocean Animals Unit Study addition worksheets are perfect for your earlier elementary grades!  My Thomas (8) has also used them to fix summer drain!  Math is one of those things that gets better with practice, so I like to have tons of manipulatives and printables to help Tank practice, practice, practice! […]

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Over 120 Books About The Ocean (for Kids)

Over 120 Ocean Books for Kids

For the past 13 weeks, I have been bringing you lists of books to help your kids learn about specific sea animals as part of our Ocean Animals Unit Study.  We have lists of ocean themed books and even some books for the beach.  Taking up two-thirds of our world, the ocean should be taught!  Kids need […]

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More or Less Worksheets {Ocean Animals Unit Study}

Ocean Animals Unit Study

Greater than, less than; more or less; no matter what you call it, this is a skill that our little ones have to grasp.  As with all Math, repetition is really the way to go – from worksheets to hands on, it all needs doing.   These more or less worksheets for our ongoing Ocean […]

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Learn the Skeletal System {Grade Three Unit Study}

Learn the Skeletal System

Thomas and I are spending a week learning all about the skeletal system.  As he is only 8, we aren’t getting too into the official science terms of the bones.  However, we will touch on them a tad – but I won’t be “testing” him on them.  So, since I am building this lesson plan, […]

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