Friday, January 17, 2014

Entertaining and Educational - 1700's Wig

Entertaining and Educational is a weekly link-up where educators can share activity ideas that motivate kids to learn. Please grab a button below and join in.

This week Colleen at Sola Gratia linked up with Highhill Education for the first time. She incorporates many hands-on activities which reinforce the lessons the kids learn with the Classical Method, primarily following the Classical Conversations Curriculum.

In this post the kids learned the differences between comets, meteors, and meteorites, but my favorite part of the post was the 1700's period costume. The wig is awesome! It's made from toilet paper rolls and other paper products. Be sure to check it out.

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational always has great ideas. This week she linked up a game which helps kids learn which words to capitalize. There's a free printible.

If you were featured today or in the past feel free to grab a button. I look forward to reading about your Entertaining and Educational activity ideas.

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  1. The wig is very cool! And the game for capitalisation is really interesting - I might have to print that out for us to practise! Thanks for all the great links and for hosting!

  2. Thanks for the linky, have added our trip to the Eden project, a great educational one

  3. That wig is awesome!

    Thanks for hosting this week!

  4. Thanks for sharing my capitalization game! I love that wig too!


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