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This series of lesson plans 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:
Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, known best as simply Michelangelo, was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect and poet of the High Renaissance born in the Republic of Florence, who exerted an unparalleled influence on the development of Western art.Wikipedia
- Michelangelo – Powerpoint
- Michelangelo – Open Office
- Michelangelo – PDF
- Video: Art with Mati and Dada – Michelangelo
- “Paint the Cistine Chapel” at home – using butcher’s paper taped to the underside of your dining table.
- Soap Carving – although Michelangelo is most famous for his painting of the Cistine Chapel, he was a renown sculptor. Let your child try sculpting with soap.
I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.Michelangelo
- Activity Sheets:
- Colouring: The Creation of Adam
- Wordsearch: Michelangelo Wordsearch
Science: Body Systems
- Human Body Games – requires flash
- App: Tinybop: The Human Body
- Human Body Activity Book for Kids: Hands-On Fun for Grades K-3
- The Magic School Bus Inside the Human Body
- Inside Your Outside: All About the Human Body (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)
Take out your world map and place a pin or sticker on Egypt. Then hop on your magic carpet and take a ride to Egypt!
People and Places
- Learn about Egypt: Egypt Country Profile
- Explore the Pyramids of Giza with Google Maps
- Arabic Alphabet:
- Arabic Numbers
Vocabulary: Sewing Tools, Vegetables
- Visit the market and introduce the different varieties of vegetables to your child.
- Purchase a variety of vegetables and make a salad. Show your child the vegetable whole and cut. Let your child smell the vegetables, then taste them.
Flashcards: Sewing Tools
- Take your child on a visit to an arts and crafts store like Spotlight. Point out the physical sewing tools shown in the flashcards.
- Threading activity: Using a shoelace, encourage your child to thread large beads onto it.
- Something for the older kids: Pillow Sewing Project (or get a Pillow Kit)
10 Interesting Robert Schumann Facts
Listen to Schumann Op. 68 Album for the Young
- Right Brain Kids: Foundations of Genius
- Right Brain Kids: TweedleWink Program
- Right Brain Kids: Wink Program
- More TweedleWink Lessons for Home
5 thoughts on “RBE Lessons for Home Lesson 10”
shen-li lee mam could u please add brain anatomy as a bits , working of a car engine,
Thank you for the suggestion! Those are great topics.
Shen li lee mam could u please consider. In order to print 2 sheets in one a4 sheet the test in one page need to be rotated and aligned so that we can fold it in the middle and the size becomes a5. in that way we can print on copy paper and laminate which is affortable. For eg in the bits page say holidays the text part need to be rotated it will be easy to read the facts so that we can print 2 sheets in one a4page and just fold it in the middle becomes as a a5 size. with the current orientation of the text if we take 2 sheets in one a4 page and fold in the middle. The test will be in reverse it will be bit difficult to read and a5 size is easy to flash compared to a4.
Please do consider it
Hi Subhash – I think the best way forward would be to cut the paper in half and flip it around rather than folding it into two. Since you will be laminating them, the two pieces of paper will still be held together. What do you think?
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