Mrs. Tulah's Classes
My kids have all been under our roof for a few days and it has been fantastic! As a parent there is no greater joy than when my kids want to spend time with me and with each other. It has been funny watching my daughter try to juggle getting everyone that she wanted to visit with in the few days she's home into some sort of schedule. She had breakfast, lunch, and her evenings planned for her whole week and mom and dad kept getting shuffled around. How often do we do that with God? We schedule everything else into our busy lives and He gets the leftovers, if we have enough energy. Shouldn't He be our priority and let everything else fit around His time.
The heart of man plans his way, but the Lord establishes his steps.
History of the World
You should have notes from Wed. and Thurs. to show me on Tuesday. Complete the people and the Events from Chapter Review for the weekend.
Eat Your Way Around the World Project:
Due April 5
Start looking up information for your continent. I will assign the countries on Tuesday and add the country information then.
For your continent find:
Number of Countries
Place with Most People
New World History
Complete C and D from Chapter Checkup pg. 308
Be working on your project.
Eat Your Way Around the New World project:
Due March 28
Each student has a country from the New World. We are making a tourist brochure for the assigned country. The students can incorporate everything onto an actual piece of paper or use a poster-board and fold it like a brochure.
Eat Your Way Around the World Brochure
Name of Country and a map of your country.
Students will need to research different aspects to add to their travel brochure. The guide must include:
• At least two popular cultural events (holidays, festivals, etc.)
• At least two major historic places to visit
• One must try dish cuisine (The student is bringing in a dish from the country)
• Recommended method of travel
• Two major cities (one including the capital of the country)
• An interesting cultural aspect (national sport, art, music, etc.)
After researching important information, students will need to draw or print pictures which depict their information. Next, the students will design a layout for their pictures in the brochure. After designing the layout the students will glue the pictures and add the information about each picture.
The back page of the guide will be designated for students to create 3 recommendations for someone preparing to travel to the country and 3 fun facts.
Read pages 361-371 and take notes