Welcome to Workbox Wednesday!
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We have officially put our My Father's World curriculum aside for the summer, but that doesn't mean we aren't keeping busy. We still have lots of products we are reviewing for the Schoolhouse Review Crew and we are keeping busy with Summer Reading programs, plus reading books and doing crafts and such for Poppins Book Nook. Thanks to the Poppins Book Nook I have something to share this week. As usual I had some things for us to all do together. Then I put some things in the older girls' workboxes for them to do independently (though they did need some help with the one worksheet).
I prepared a paper for the girls to match up different kinds of tracks with examples.
They could check if they were correct on the back of the paper, as I glued on the descriptions.
(I found this printable at Walking Mountains Science Center.)
(These are available for download here.)
(As I said, they needed a bit of help, it was a bit tricky. I actually copied this straight from Google as I couldn't find the page on the actual site.)
What is in your workboxes?