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This series of lesson outlines are intended to supplement and build upon the knowledge learned during TweedleWink classes. They can also be used as a homeschool curriculum. You can find links to the other lessons here:
Art: Pierre Auguste Renoir
Renoir was a painter who used bright colours and active brush strokes. He observed the details in people’s faces, their clothing, and how they moved and connected with each other.
- Flashcards: Renoir – Paintings
- About Renoir – Facts for Kids
Renoir Art Activities
Science: Parts of an Atom
- Atoms Word Search
- Chemistry for Kids – Atoms
- Play Doh Atoms – Bright Ideas Press
Bill Nye the Science Guy on Atoms
Good Thinking! — What’s the “Matter” with Cells and Atoms?
Find France on a world map and mark it with a sticker or pin.
Learning about France:
- France Facts for Kids
- France – National Geographic Kids
- Language: French for kids – BBC
- France Printables
- Art Activity: Travel Size Paper City Paris
- Music: French Songs for Kids
- A One Minute Guide to France
A crêpe or crepe is a type of very thin pancake. Follow this simple recipe to make crepes with your child:
- Flashcards: Shapes
- Shapes Printables
- Video: Recognising Shapes from Khan Academy
- Music: Shapes Song
- Flashcards: Opposites
- Opposites Printables
- Online Game: A game of opposites
- Video: 90 Opposite Words
Antonio Vivaldi was a musician from the Baroque Period. One of his famous pieces of music is called The Four Seasons.
- Right Brain Kids: Foundations of Genius
- Right Brain Kids: TweedleWink Program
- Right Brain Kids: Wink Program
- More TweedleWink Lessons for Home
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