The summer seemed to fly by this year, and now it’s August! August is full of transitions as it typically is the hottest month of the year, back to school starts for most, and summer activities start to dwindle. Luckily, August is full of fun and wacky holidays to celebrate and learn about!
Family Fun Month
It’s Family Fun Month in August, so take some time to do something fun together! If you are looking to tie this into curriculum, there’s an entire section dedicated to “Just for Fun.” Check it out here.
National Mountain Climbing Day
Before making the trek to mountain climb, it’s important to know more about the environment.
A mountain is a landform that stands higher than the land that surrounds it. Mountains cover about 20% of the Earth’s total land. Teach your students more about these beautiful habitats. Make your lesson planning easy with the Mountain Habitats Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. This pack includes a 10-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 22 Hands-On Activities, a 16-page Research Guide, and an Answer Key. Students will be introduced to mountain characteristics, wildlife, types of mountains, and much more!
A landform is a natural part of the earth’s surface and many kinds of landforms, including canyons, mountains, and waterfalls. Make your lesson planning easy with the Exploring Landforms: Canyons, Mountains, and Waterfalls Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. This unit includes a 6-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 17 Hands-On Activities PLUS 1 Fun Extension Activity, and a 7-page Research Guide. Students will explore what canyons have in common, how canyons form, canyon habitats, what mountains have in common, how mountains form, types of mountains, mountain sizes, mountain habitats, what waterfalls have in common, how waterfalls form, types of waterfalls, protecting landforms, and more!
Finding food, water, and even shelter might be as close as the corner convenience store for you today, but it is important to have a basic sense of survival for any condition or situation. Make your lesson planning easy with the Basic Survival Skills for Diverse Conditions Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. This pack includes a 10-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 23 Hands-On Activities PLUS 2 Fun Extension Activities, a 14-page Research Guide, and an Answer Key. Students will learn about the basic steps of survival, basic needs for survival, fire building, survival equipment, survival situations, and signaling for help.
Buzz! Buzz! what is yellow and black, has six legs, two compound eyes, and can sting you if you make it angry? A bee! Teach your students about honey bee anatomy, behavior, life cycle, habitat, pollination, and more. Make your lesson planning easy with the Honey Bees Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child, which includes a 10-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 23 Hands-On Activities, 10-page Research Guide, and Answer Key all about honey bees.
With this unit study you will be able to teach your early childhood classroom about airplanes. Teach your students about the different types of planes and the parts of an airplane with the Flying in the Sky: Airplanes Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. Make your lesson planning easy with the 6-page Research Guide and 10 Hands-On Activities all about airplanes. If you have an Early Childhood student interested in airplanes, the Flying the Sky: Airplanes Curriculum is just the ticket!
There are more than 150 recognized dog breeds in the United States and over 400 around the world. The American Kennel Club (AKC) not only keeps track of purebred dogs, it also keeps track of the most popular breeds. According to the American Kennel Club, the top 20 breeds of dogs in 2008 were 1) Labrador Retrievers, 2) Yorkshire Terriers, 3) German Shepherds, 4) Golden Retrievers, 5) Beagles, 6) Boxers, 7) Dachshunds, 8) Bulldogs, 9) Poodles, 10) Shih Tzus, 11) Miniature Schnauzers, 12) Chihuahuas, 13) Pomeranians, 14) Rottweilers, 15) Pugs, 16) German Shorthaired Pointers, 17) Boston Terriers, 18) Doberman Pinschers, 19) Shetland Sheepdogs, and 20) Maltese. Make your lesson planning easy with the Dog Breeds Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. This pack includes a 10-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 20 Hands-On Activities PLUS 5 Fun Extension Activities, 25-page Research Guide, and an Answer Key. Students will learn about the most popular dog breeds, hybrid dogs, dog training, and dog shows.
It wasn’t until 1920 that women in all American states were able to cast a vote in an election. Due to decades of hard work, the Women’s Suffrage Movement went beyond just the right to vote. Make your lesson planning easy with the Women’s Suffrage in the United States Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. This unit includes a 9-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 20 Hands-On Activities, a 14-page Research Guide, and an Answer Key. Students will be introduced to the history and timeline of the suffrage movement, leaders if the movement, and more.
In the United States, women could not attend college, own land, or vote until the 1900’s. Despite these, and many other challenges, women have contributed a lot to our society throughout history. Introduce your students to nineteen of these amazing American women with the 7-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 20 Hands-On Activities PLUS 3 Fun Extension Activities, a 20-page Research Guide, and an Answer Key. With the Amazing Women in American History: A Glimpse at the Lives of 19 Amazing American Women Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child, students will learn about famous American women abolitionists, authors and poets, astronauts and pilots, civil rights leaders, colonial women, first ladies, government leaders, Native Americans, scientists, and many more.
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March and April are full of exciting holidays and the changing of seasons. Below we’ve listed the top 6 days to celebrate with lapbooks! What holiday are you looking forward to as we transition to Spring?
A season is a period within a year that has a certain type of weather and characteristics. Introduce your students to the four seasons including the causes of seasons and each season’s characteristics, weather and more.
This Caldecott Medal-award winning book tells about a series of events that lead to a theory of why mosquitoes buzz in people’s ears. This hands-on pack includes a 5-day Planning Guide, Related Reading, 15 Hands-On Activities, and a 7-page Research Guide with story summary, page-by-page discussion ideas, and introductions to mosquitoes, West Africa, and Folktales.
Easter is the most important Christian holiday of the year. On this day, Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Students will be introduced to the Story of Easter (including an Easter timeline), celebrating Easter, common symbols of Easter and more!
A tree is a large woody plant with a single trunk (sometimes a group of trunks) that supports a leafy crown of branches. Like all other plants, trees need water, soil and sunlight to grow. This unit includes a 6-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 12 Hands-On Activities PLUS 3 Fun Extension Activities, and a 7-page Research Guide to help students complete a project about the types of trees, parts of a tree, types of leaves, tree life cycle, importance of trees, and conservation.
With so many holidays to celebrate in February, it can be hard to keep up. We’re here to help you plan it all out–with a little twist. For the year 2018, we want to tie in important and fun dates with our curriculum, activities and maybe even some educational YouTube videos to tie it all in. So let’s get started with our top 5 for February!
Every citizen of the United States is entitled to his or her civil rights. Throughout history, however, many people have had to fight for those rights. Teach your students how some Americans fought for their civil rights from 1954 to 1968. Students will be introduced to events leading up to the Civil Rights Movement, key events during the movement and Civil Rights leaders.
Activity: Create mini-research project banners about one of the many important leaders in Black History. Banners can include: pictures, words of wisdom, and well-known or little-known facts. This gives your student the opportunity to get to know important people in history beyond the surface.
One of the most important systems in the body is the cardiovascular system. Introduce your students to this complex system made up of the heart, blood vessels, and blood.
Activity: Breathe In, Breathe Out Model Lungs. Amber Hockman with The Fantastic Five gives step-by-step instructions on how to create model lungs to recreate how we breathe every day. Check it out at here.
Libraries have a lot of books, but they also have a lot of other information and resources. Teach your students about the types of libraries, common areas inside a library, library rules, how to find a book, librarians, book classification systems, the parts of a book and more.
It’s the Year of the Dog! Chinese New Year is a large holiday, and although it isn’t celebrated on January 1, it marks a brand new year. This curriculum studies the traditional January 1 New Year, but also the Chinese New Year.
With this unit study you will be able to teach your early elementary classroom about the holiday Presidents’ Day. This pack includes a 6-page Research Guide and 15 Hands-On Activities that cover the history of the holiday, brief biographies of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, who can be president, where the president lives, and some of the responsibilities of the President of the United States.
Presidents’ Day was designated a national holiday in 1885 to observe George Washington’s birthday. Although it was meant to honor only Washington, many people honor Abraham Lincoln and other presidents on this day as well.
Activity: Create mini-research project banners about one of the U.S. Presidents. Banners can include: pictures, words of wisdom, and well-known or little-known facts. This gives your student the opportunity to get to know important people in history beyond the surface.
With this unit study you will be able to teach your 3rd-8th grade classroom about the history of World War I. On July 28, 1914, Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia and the world suddenly changed. The First World War had begun. Make your lesson planning easy with the 101-page World War I Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. This pack includes a 10-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 22 Hands-On Activities, 18-page Research Guide, and an Answer Key. Students will be introduced to the countries involved, causes of the war, weapons used, and the battles fought. There is also a detailed timeline of events, short biographies of important people, and much more!
With this unit study you will be able to teach your 6th-10th grade classroom about the history of World War II. For twelve long years the world was in turmoil as the Allied countries fought against the Axis countries in World War II. Make your lesson planning easy with the World War II Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. This pack includes a 14-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 30 Hands-On Activities PLUS 1 Extension Activity, a 26-page Research Guide, and an Answer Key. Upon completion, students will understand the causes of the war, weapons used, the decision to drop the atom bomb, secret codes, and how the balance of world power shifted as the war came to a close.
With this unit study you will be able to teach your middle and high school classroom all about the attack on Pearl Harbor. December 7, 1941, is a day that many Americans will not forget. As Franklin D. Roosevelt said, it is a day that will live in infamy. On this historic day, Japan attacked the Pearl Harbor naval base in Hawaii, forcing the U.S. to enter World War II. Make your lesson planning easy with the Attack on Pearl Harbor Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. This unit includes a 6-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 20 Hands-On Activities PLUS 1 Fun Extension Activity, 10-page Research Guide, and Answer Key. Students will learn a brief history of World War II, the events of the attack on Pearl Harbor, damages and casualties of the attack, the aftermath, memorials, and more.
With this unit study you will be able to teach your elementary grade classroom about the peanut. The peanut, a member of the legume family, is an annual warm-season plant that originated in South America. Students can learn about this fun and nutritious food with The Peanut Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. Make your lesson planning easy with the 8-page Research Guide and 12 hands-on activities PLUS 2 extension activities to help students learn about types of peanuts, the peanut plant, peanut growth cycle, peanut uses, and fun peanut facts.
With this unit study you will be able to teach your multi- grade classroom about Thanksgiving. Every year Americans look forward to the fourth Thursday of November and enjoy the feasting and good times with their families. But Thanksgiving is not just about eating all that wonderful food. Make your lesson planning easy with the Thanksgiving Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. This pack includes a 7-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 17 Hands-On Activities, a 12-page Research Guide, and an Answer Key. Introduce your students to the history, people, symbols of the holiday, recipes, and more!
With this unit study you will be able to teach your elementary, middle school and high school classroom all about Pilgrims. Have you and your family ever moved to a new house or maybe even a new city or state? Have you ever imagined what it would be like to move to a new country? This year as you celebrate Thanksgiving, think about those people long ago who moved to a new country in search of freedom – think about the Pilgrims. The Pilgrims Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child is complete with a 10-day Planning Guide, Related Reading List, 20 Hands-On Activities, 11-page Research Guide, and Answer Key to help your students study the history of the Pilgrims.
With this unit study you will be able to teach your early elementary classroom about celebrating autumn. Autumn leaves are falling and it’s time to celebrate the harvest! Your preschoolers will absolutely love the Harvest Festival Curriculum from In the Hands of a Child. We have included a total of 15 Hands-On Activities; three activities for each day of the unit to help you and your student celebrate autumn! This is a thematic unit focusing on skills and concepts needed for school, there is no research guide included with this unit. This unit covers the following concepts: the letters L, P, S, R, A, and B; matching, symmetry, and sequencing. Tracer font or cut and paste answers are provided for this unit.
While a botanical garden is beautiful to walk through, it also provides a lot of learning opportunities for your student. The most obvious one is to learn about the plant life. What are the flowers and plants? What do they do? Even learning how a plant grows could be interesting to younger students.
On another note, there is an abundance of birds and insects at a botanical garden that may interest your student. Why are certain insects there? What do insects do to the plants? What about the birds?
This is very simple, but also a great hands-on way to learn over the summer. If you want to tie it into a curriculum, our recommendation would be our In the Garden Project Pack.
Bring a Camera Everywhere
Most people already have a phone on them with a camera, but learning how to operate a camera can be fun. Have your student carry around any type of camera all day and take pictures as they go. While they are taking pictures, they are learning about how to zoom, focus, what all of the nodes and buttons are used for, as well as what to look for that is a good “shot.”
At the end of the day, look over the photos and maybe even talk about the printing process and what goes into the developing of a photo.
If you’re looking for curriculum to tie in to this activity, we have them for every age group here.
This one is a no-brainer. Science museums are chock full of fun and amazing learning opportunities. Check your local science museum for any events they have over the summer. They usually hold mini-summer camps and classes.
Trip to the Zoo
The zoo is full of learning experiences for your student. You can teach about the types of zoos, purposes of zoos, where zoo animals come from, zoo management and animal care, zoo rules, and comparing animals in the wild to animals in captivity. There are also endangered species and why they are endangered. They can learn more about animal classifications and why animals look differently from others.
There are so many amazing science experiments involving water. Below I’ve listed a few that link to some great blogs with the full projects written out.
The blog Rookie Parenting has an entire section with water science experiments. It includes the properties of water, capillary action, water density, refraction, surface tension and the freezing point. The greatest part is that most of the objects needed to conduct the experiments can be found in your home.
Another blog, Brain Power Boy, is a great resource for water science experiments. The great part about this blog is that it’s all about how to have fun with water and science. There are also some ground rules that Sheila lists out that are very useful and great to remember.
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It’s vital that you incorporate something hands-on or outside of a textbook within your curriculum. Whether that be something as simple as going to the grocery store to have your student add the total amount and other activities or putting together a grand experiment, you want it to be a mix of fun and educational. Below we’ve listed 4 fun games and activities that you can incorporate with our curriculum to help you take education to the next level. Have any other fun ideas? Let us know on our Facebook page!
1. Let’s Take a Trip!
The Plan: Did you know that in our geography section there are numerous states, countries and destination locations that can be learned about? Let your student choose from any one of them themselves or choose a location that may not be on the list. Then, when the curriculum is completed, take a trip! No, we’re not telling you to pack your bags and take a road trip (unless you want to!), but to have your student plan out a trip virtually.
The Details: Pick a location and a specific amount of time you’d be going on the trip for. Have your student map out the time it takes to get there (flying or driving), what cities or activities to go to and the amount of time it takes to do these activities. This allows them to utilize geography in a way that is very realistic. For example, if you pick the state of California, you won’t necessarily want to climb the mountains of Big Sur and walk across the San Francisco Bay Bridge on the same day.
2. The Stock Market
The Plan: The stock market is such a complicated system and always changing! Use the Stock Market curriculum to teach your 9th to 12th grade students all about what it means to go public as a corporation or what it means to have stock in something.
The Details: Give your student a certain amount of funny money they can invest. Allow them to research and decide where they’re giving their money, how much and what they hope to see come back or multiply. Have them track these changes over the time you give them.
3. Bringing Stories to Life!
The Plan: Pick a book, short story or poetry to read. Along with all of the normal activities and curriculum with that literature – have your student re-tell the story in an inventive way!
The Details: Utilizing items and crafts around the house, have your student re-tell their favorite part of the literature. This may be in the form of:
Lego block building
Furniture, toys and stuffed animals
A poster board, glue and tons of magazines…
Whatever medium chosen, let it be their decision. Watch them as they bring the story from words to life.
4. It’s Science.
The Plan: Some of our curriculum is a Project Pack, which include quite a few hands-on activities. One of the most fun project packs is Kitchen Science. This project pack takes what’s in your kitchen and teaches how there are similarities between a kitchen lab and a science lab.
The Details: Within the project pack for Kitchen Science is a fun extension activity, along with the 15 other hands-on activities. Finish it, grab a photo and share it on our Facebook page or tag us on our Instagram.
The beginning stages of having a garden is understanding how they work and the life in it. This curriculum is filled with all the information to get your little one from the books to the garden planting their own.
Whether you live in a small town or big city, chances are you have a park close to you. Parks are great places to get some fresh air and exercise, meet your friends, and have some fun! Make your lesson planning easy with this project pack, which is all about things to do at the park, nature at a park, park and playground safety, playground science, and an introduction to state and national parks.
With the hundreds of lapbooks and note packs in our shop, it may be difficult deciding which one will be next in your curriculum. Using your reviews, we’ve put together a list of the most popular curriculums we have to offer!
For the student who knows or shows interest in a career in veterinary science:
“My daughter intends on being a vet and she loved this curriculum. It gave a lot of insight and contained so much information. It allowed her to learn more about her career choice and it gave her some incentive to do some research!!” by Elaine
“My daughter loved learning about animal care and veterinary science. I even learned something new.” by Tracie
Our top-rated curriculums on the English subject:
“This is the first lapbook i have bought from this company and I will definitely be buying some more! A great practical way to learn and my daughter loves the whole secret agent thing so this was perfect for her.Would definitely recommend.” by Patrice
“My girls are teens and we did this and they loved it. I learned some new things, also.” by Suzan
“My daughter has learning issues and hates (maybe I should say HATES) English – this pack helped her very much……..though English is still not a favorite ;0)” by Denise
“LOVE IT! We used this when my daughter was in third grade and are doing another one-using the same kit as I bought the CD combo- now that she is in fifth and is advancing more in grammar. Easy to us with our grammar program and great review. Can’t recommend it enough. Well worth it. THANKS!”
“This was the first lapbook our family ever used and we were hooked! We loved every part of of this unit. We printed all of our minibooks on white paper and my daughter would color them while I read. Thank for such a great product!” by Rebecca
“We really enjoyed the Little House in the Big Woods lapbook! It helped my daughter focus to have hands on projects for each chapter. We have a better appreciation for how much work they did back then. The more lapbooks we do…the more we want to do! Thanks so much for your lapbooks!” by Heather
“This was the very first lapbook that we did. My 9 yo dd is really into the books and wanted to do a lapbook on one. I had no idea what I would be getting from the company. HOAC did NOT disappoint. We used it along side reading the book aloud which was perfect. My 2 younger children really enjoyed it as well. It caused us all to dig deeper into the book and really think about the story. There are mini books about bee sting treatments, celebrations, difference between then and now and many more.” by Kristi
For the student interested in learning about why certain holidays exist and what they mean:
“I have really enjoyed the variety of activities put together in this lapbook. I also appreciate the fact that it can be used for different ages and abilities. Thanks for putting this together!” by Jennie
“In my opinion, Hands of a Child products are always top notch! This is no exception. Very well laid out. Super easy to follow instructions on construction of the folders, as well as the activities. Can easily adapt for multiple levels.” by Susan
“This was a very easy and fun way to teach what St. Patrick’s Day is all about and how it came to be. My 10 year old really enjoyed this.” by Carol
“A very simple lap book about Thanksgiving. This is for grades 4-8 but my first grader enjoyed this as well as my 6th grader. Easily adapted for the younger child. I had my first grader draw mostly pictures on the worksheets instead of writing. Thanksgiving discusses why the Puritans left England, their journey to the New World, Native Americans, the first Thanksgiving, a timeline, lots of recipes and symbols and how Thanksgiving became a national holiday.” by Kristina
“This is our first year homeschooling and so I have been trying out many of the different methods of teaching to see what fits in best with our lives. I have to say that LOVED this HOAC unit study. It was very easy to follow and I really liked that it had detailed instructions on what to do with the printables for the lapbooks. (especially helpful to me since I had never seen a lapbook before!) I felt that the information in it was complete and my children ages 6 and 7 had a great time doing the lapbooks. They both asked if we could keep doing homeschooling this way from now on! (which of course made me ecstatic!!) I had a day by day lesson plan in it which was invaluable to me. I have a 6 yr old, a 7 yr old and then a toddler. All of them have special needs so my time is extremely limited. It was a really big help to be able to spend my time actually teaching them rather than preparing the lessons. All I had to do was look at the lesson plan and then print what we needed for the week. I did cut some of the things out ahead of time since my children have some fine motor issues. I have tried other unit studies also but this HOAC format was perfect for us, I will definitely be purchasing more unit studies from HOAC! Thanks for all your hard work putting these together so that people like me can utilize them. It has been a blessing for sure!” by Jessica
“Very simple yet thorough lap book. Lots of good, detailed information on Christmas symbols. Now that my kids and I know the history of each symbol it really makes us think and reflect each time we see a candy cane, poinsettia or receive a Christmas card. We decided to create our own Advent calendars after reading about their origins in this lap book. We included special messages for each family member in ours.” by Kristina
“My kids and I learned so much about the symbols of Christmas! There were some projects that my younger ones had a hard time either cutting out or putting together, but it brought us closer so we could help one another. I helped my smallest cut out everything. He got to color it in and glue it on. Now they are keepsakes that we can bring out each year to remember Christmas. Thanks for a great study!” by Elizabeth
For the science lover:
“My son worked on this last year and loved it. He’s my science nut 🙂 He took the finished project to his merit badge counselor and earned a merit badge too! I love when that happens. Thanks for the great product.” by Kristin
“We loved this animal classification lapbook. I have some samples on my blog at http://myfatherssheep.blogspot.com/2011/04/wb-30-animal-classification-lapbook.html if you would like to see how we made the lapbook and completed the study. They really came out understanding animal classification when they were done. Finish the lesson with a fun field trip to the zoo & see if they can identify the different animals :O)” by Rachel
“This was the first lapbook we completed in the Habitat series. After completing this we can’t wait to work our way through the remaining lapbooks. Ocean Habitats begins by explaining the difference between and ocean and sea. Then it breaks into each ocean along with a few facts about each. You will learn about each layer or zone of the ocean, ocean currents and finally ocean life. It gave very general information about ocean life so I had my daughter, age 11, do research on an animal who calls the ocean home. Animals just make learning more fun. She researched the ocean zone in which the animal lives, how the animal helps the ocean and how we can protect this animal and its environment.” by Kristina
“I was afraid this was going to be “too much” for our boys, but it was great! One day I will realize that HOAC Project Packs really are easy to customize to your kiddo’s level. The boys enjoyed looking for vocabulary words as we went through. Our 9 year old was the “note keeper” of the project and our 6 year old was our “illustrator”. We tied in Creatures of the Deep and will be revisiting our Ocean Habitats when we do the Pirates pack.”
For the pirate enthusiast:
“My boys LOVED this lapbook! They like coloring and thought it was fun to paste/brad and color the pirates onto toilet paper rolls. We used eye patches to make it more fun. I liked the color by number and learning activities included. Anything with pirates and parrots will be a hit!” by Melissa
“Oh my, did my co-op class have fun doing the pirates lapbook! This is a great topic for boys. They had to move our classroom because we were being too noisy talking like pirates! On our last day I had them search the building for hidden treasure. They loved it!” by Lynda
“What a great time we had with this! While my olders (12, 10, and 8 were doing Pirates, the 6 and 2 year olds were able to tag along on the journey with this project pack. We all had pirate names and positions on the crew. It is one of our most favorite studies!” by Vicki
“Great unit to start out with. We spent a week on this unit, and the boys said it wasn’t long enough. I done this with a 1st & 2nd grader. They had so much fun creating a pirate, pirate ship, flag, etc! All the activities were fun & informative. Most activities the boys could do all on their own. My boys enjoyed this unit so much, and I was told I have to get more! We’re looking into doing Blackbeard and the Pirates lapbooks from HOAC also. I shouldn’t say looking into … we will do them! Thank you HOAC for adding such fun to our lives by providing great material for our children to learn from!” by Angela
There are even curriculums that get you prepared for your next vacation:
“We completed this lapbook just before our vacation to Disneyland. Although we are regular visitors to the Magic Kingdom, this lapbook gives a lot of info and would be perfect for someone who has never been there, as well as great memories for someone who has.” by Sara
Any of these catch your eye? What have been your favorite curriculum topics you used so far?
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