Thursday, April 30, 2015

1800–1899 (A.D.) World History

1800–1899 (A.D.) World History

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic site - Hodgenville, KY
Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial - Lincoln City, IN
Lincoln Home National Historic Site - Springfiled, IL
Lincoln Memorial National Memorial - Wash., D.C.
Homestead National Monument of America
Nicodemus National Historic Site
Homestead Act from
Library of Congress
Homestead WebRanger Challenge Certificate

the Civil War
New Bedford Whaling NHP

National Park Service Civil War Soldiers and Sailors
National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom
Fort Sumter NM
Boston African American NHS
Frederick Douglass NHS
Fort Monroe NM

Memorial day lessons

Monday, April 13, 2015

Portraits of American Girlhood: Meet Kit

Portraits of American Girlhood: Meet Kit - Week 1: KIT KITTREDGE: Clever, Resourceful Kit (Squidoo) Hobo Jungle Poetry Journalism with Kit (Scholastic) Kit Games and Activities (Ameri...

My drive of kit files

Buffalo nickel

make your own crochet cloche hat

Crochet a plarn purse to make it look like straw.
1930's lunch tin

FACS and History comparison for Elementary homeschooling

 This is wrote in 9 steps so each area has 4 weeks per area. Plus the fact that some sections can be worked on weekends and holidays and my note below for other requirements.

  • Food prep and management
calendar planning, cleaning journals, and recipes, 
refrigeration, freezing, canning, dehydration
  • interior design and organization
measuring graph of room and furniture and teach architec lines and symbols.
look at different organization ideas using baggies, boxes, small crates, bins
  • fire prevention, electricity and safety
candles,baking soda, Visit to fire station, Hydrants and extinguishers, bold house numbers, 911,  
 water/conductors and appliances,
 bear claw hold, potholders, oven door, cabinet doors, expiration dates and rotation

  • grains and leavening, 
yeast, friendship breads, quick breads, cookies or cake
  • Meat, Dairy, and Soups
meats, cheese, milks, eggs, 
  • casserole, crockpot, one pot dishes

  • sewing and crafting
felt ornaments
  • laundry and sanitation

  • Book goodies, holiday candies, and hospitality
     a little wiggle room for the books that go along with this and any ideas they have.
Jane Eayre Fryer

Constance Johnson
Caroline French Benton

Olive Hyde Foster
Helen Cowles LeCron
Note; Nutrition, reproduction, Immune system, Drugs and abuse, First aid and survival will be taught in Science and Health

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Science: Human Body

Ok the Headings of this is copied and pasted from So far it seems to be the most Covering curriculum. I then copied and pasted the other curriculum I found in the catagories.

August 4. 2015-I recently went to GuestHollow and found out its no longer free. I kick myself in the butt for not saving it PDF. SO I will be removing the links because I do not post paid stuff or use it.


 DNA and Genes


The Musculoskeletal System
Lesson 18: The Musculoskeletal System–An Overview
Lesson 19: Joints and Movements
Lesson 20: Muscle Size and Strength
Lesson 21: Exploring Muscle Fatigue
Lesson 22: The Body in Balance
Lesson 23: Final Assessment–Human Body Systems

 Brain and Nervous System

 Eyes, The Sense of Sight  Senses & Illusions
 Ears, Hearing, More About Senses

 Circulatory Systems
Lesson 9: Anchor Activity–Diseases and Health Careers
Lesson 12: Recipe for Energy–Cellular Respiration
Lesson 13: Releasing Energy from Food
Lesson 14: The Pumping Heart
Lesson 15: Factors Affecting Heart Rate
Lesson 16: The Heart Meets Resistance

The Respiratory  Lungs, The Sense of Smell

Lesson 10: Assessing Breathing Models

Lesson 11: How Much Air Can You Exhale?
Lesson 17: The Respiratory and Circulatory Systems–An Assessment

 Digestion, Teeth, The Sense of Taste and Elimination
Part 1: The Digestive System
Lesson 1: Human Body Systems–A Preassessment
Lesson 2: Moving Through the Digestive Tract
Lesson 3: Exploring Carbohydrates
Lesson 4: Digestion in the Mouth
Lesson 5: Digestion in the Stomach
Lesson 6: Diffusion and Active Transport
Lesson 7: Surface Area and Absorption
Lesson 8: The Digestive System–An Assessment


 Urinary System

 Endocrine System, Growth and Reproduction

 Skin, Nails, Hair and the Sense of Touch


 Diseases and Parasites

 Fighting Disease
 Drugs and Your Body

 First Aid and Survival

Curricula outlines