Each Download N Go Unit is geared to children K-4 but could easily be expanded to include older children as well. Planning and preparation is so easy because all the work is done for you. Everything you need is included--websites, videos, fun activities, and lapbook pieces. You can easily expand on it if you choose with more books and rabbit trails or you can use it as it is and have a wonderful study. I usually spend about 30 minutes or so over the weekend looking over the unit, printing, and putting books on hold so we are ready to go on Monday morning.
Here are the objectives we had this week:
Day 1: What is a Kite?
Day 2: The History of Kites
Day 3: People and Places of Kites
Day 4: Science Secrets of Kites
Day 5: Goodies and Gadgets of Kites
Kite Kapers is so much more that just a study about kites. We learned about wind, weather, clouds, Ben Franklin, Alexander Graham Bell, China, The Wright Brothers, China and several other countries.
As always, Amanda has included so many fun and interesting topics in a interesting and engaging way.
Take a look at some sample pages from Kite Kapers by clicking on the picture below.
One of the activities this week was to draw some of the different kinds of kites. Here are a few the boys drew.
We found some great kites at Sams Club this week so each of the boys picked out their favorite. They had about 10 different styles to choose from so needless to say, we were there quite awhile before the final decisions were made!
Unfortunately, the weather has not cooperated with us. We have had snow and rain for the last week. Hopefully, we will be trying these beauties out very, very soon!!
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