Thank you to Laura Bishop who shared these pictures of her family. They are using the Green Level Children of the Longhouse Unit Study this month.
Laura writes:

Here is what we came up with for lining up children along the inside of the longhouse to sleep. We don’t have blocks or legos, so we improvised with interlocking markers. I’m enjoying learning and teaching the kids about the Iroquois people, but I’m also excited to jump over to the yellow history book and start on the Cherokee people once we are done with The Children of the Longhouse. There are some mounds about an hour from us we plan to visit for a field trip!

Thank you so much for sharing!  We love hearing about how families use our curriculums!

Do you have some fun pictures to share?

I love seeing kids having fun while learning with our Five Senses programs. If you have been on a fun field trip or have pictures of your children doing one of the activities from a Five Senses program and want to share them, there are a few ways to do that. Of course, you can always post them in our closed Facebook group. Or you can post it on your Instagram and tag us (#5SLL or @fivesenseslearning). Or, if you want to be a Magic Monday post, you can email your pictures to fivesenseslearning@gmail.com. I can’t wait to see what everyone is learning and doing this year.

About the Author

Laura Sowdon, OTR/L is an occupational therapist, writer, speaker, educator and creator of the Five Senses Literature Lessons homeschool curriculum. She has worked as an occupational therapist with children in public and private schools, as well as private practice. Laura has taught and managed homeschool co-ops as well as homeschooling her own three children. Laura is dedicated to the idea of educating children at a pace that aligns with brain and physical development milestones and respects neurodiversity in all its forms.

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