Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Homeschool Links for Natural Resource Lessons

Just a quick post to share this link I found during my morning search for educational links and lesson plans on natural resources:

Natural Resource Links from Pat Elliott, Library Specialist

There are links to videos, graphics, almanacs, teacher packets, projects and lesson plans. Minerals and metals are not my strong point - and I need to relearn what I've forgotten since third grade. My daughter, however, is very science oriented - and she loves dirt and rocks. I have no doubt that she's going to be intrigued with her homeschool studies on natural resources. She'll love anything that gives her another excuse to collect rocks and dig through dirt. (I might add that she has a knack for finding rocks shaped like hearts..and has a very nice collection.)

Pat Elliott's list is going to be a resource for teaching myself as well as my daughter!

This website has links that are applicable to any grade level - and I'm sure one link will carry on to another valuable resource.

I just have to make sure I spend some time digging through dirt instead of staring at this hypnotizing should do the same.

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