February 18, 2014
Copernicus - Resources for a Unit Study
Well, my laptop bit the dust last week. SIGH.... My posts my be farther between until I can replace it. Now I have to duke it out with 3 other members of the family for a chance to use the desktop! LOL The Hubby, Cailey and Colin all use the desktop on a regular basis. Deanna has her tablet, Joshua his PS4 and Jacob prefers his phone. Maybe we SHOULD get Cailey a tablet for her birthday this year! ;)
ANYWAY, February 19th is Copernicus' Birthday! I put together a few resources that can be used for a unit study. I hope you find them useful!
BTW, I am making serious plans to buy a new sewing machine AND make some space in this tiny house to do my sewing. It feels like it has been FOREVER!!!! I wonder if I'll remember how.....
Time for my disclaimer.... ;)
As always, I try to include resources for a variety of ages. All books can be found at your local library or on Amazon.
All printable resources are free unless marked with $$$.
Let me say that I am NOT affiliated in ANY way with ANY companies. I don’t get a dime for you clicking over to Amazon or Currclick or any other site. I am just trying to put together as many great resources as I can find to give you and me plenty of options.
Coloring Page - Physics Central
Coloring Page and Worksheet - Polish American Heritage Database
Math - Coloring by Sums - Googol Power
Mini Books - HSLaunch (you may need to search after clicking the link)
Notebooking Pages - Homeschool Share
Notebooking Page - Homeschool Helper Online
Worksheets - Education.com
Teachers Pay Teachers - Some FREE!!!
Info - Copernicus Museum (in Polish so be sure to use Google Translate)
Info - Social Studies for Kids
Info - Squidoo.com
Info and Short Video - Biography.com
Info and Video - Giants of Science
Video - How Stuff Works - Theory of Copernicus
Video - Watch Know Learn
Video - YouTube
Video - YouTube
HAVE FUN LEARNING!!!!!