black history month,  Homeschool

Icons & First

In celebration of Black History month, our lessons each week will highlight the accomplishments of inconic African Americans.

This week we will focus on icons & first by watching a short video, reading books about their accomplishments and doing a short corresponding activity.

Our Verse for the Week
The fruit we are covering this week is  Faithfulness. We will watch a few short bible lesson videos and discuss their content and application to our every day lives

"  22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law
-Galatians 5:22-23 

This Week’s Academic Focus

  • Math: Patterns / Additions Facts
  • Reading: Reviewing ing ending words
Book / Activity
Sojourner Truth

Read: Sojourner Truth

Activity: Sojourner Truth Flapbook
Watch: Bass Reeves

Bad News for Outlaws: The Remarkable Life of Bass Reeves, Deputy U.S. Marsha

Activity: Make Paper Bag Cowboy Boots

Bessie Coleman (Pilot) 

Read: Bessie Coleman

Activity: Make a Popsicle Airplane
Watch: Wendell Scott

Read: Racing Against the Odds: The Story of Wendell Scott, Stock Car Racing’s African-American Champion

Activity: DIY Cardboard Racecar
Watch: Ruby Bridges (Brain Pop)

Read: The Life of Ruby Bridges

Activity: Ruby Bridges Coloring Pages\
Short Video Bible Lesson FaithfulnessTrusting in Gods FaithfulnessFaithful Hall of Fame Hebrews 11.Ruth/Naomi
ReadingTime 4 Learning

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Time 4 Learning

Time 4 Learning
Writing /
Motor Skills

MathTime 4 Learning Time 4 Learning

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Specials Art/ Craft

Science:Music: Piano. Science: Create Friction Ramps