Activities for Studying Notre Dame Cathedral

Activities for Studying Notre Dame Cathedral

We have enjoyed learning about Paris as we read “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”.  Although we will not have a chance to visit the “City of Light” as part of our studies we have found several activities for studying Notre Dame Cathedral at home. Here are a few of the resources we have found to […]

My Extreme Weather Checklist – FREE Printable

My Extreme Weather Checklist - FREE Printable

Hurricane season affects much of the eastern/southeastern United States from June 1 – November 30.  Since we live in Florida and have lived through our share of hurricanes and tropical storms, I thought it would be a good idea to teach my children a little bit about extreme weather and get them involved in creating […]

Make Your Own Volcano Activity

A Journey to the Center of the Earth

Even though most of the the story of A Journey to the Center of the Earth takes place under the earth’s crust, we can’t forget the one impressive land formation that gives the characters access to this underground world (and helps them make their way back out) — the volcano.  Here are a few simple […]

Fun Family Activities for Swiss Family Robinson

Swiss Family Robinson Activities

If your children love a good adventure tale you might want to introduce them to one of our favorite classic stories – Swiss Family Robinson.  When we read the story we incorporated some interesting and easy projects to our studies. Here are some fun family activities for Swiss Family Robinson to get you started: Beeswax Candles […]

World for Learning Announces – Generation to Generation

World for Learning Announces - Generation to Generation

We are very happy to announce a new product to the World for Learning collection – Generation to Generation! To help everyone understand the very special place the new Generation to Generation World Study Guide holds in our hearts, here is a brief introduction by our Co-Founder, Kat Reader: Our Generation to Generation World Study […]