In this post: Landscape Inchies, Picasso playdough fun, and a couple of neat end of the year field trips.
Hello, Dear Ones! This is my 10th post for our 5th-grade studies from a couple of years ago. This is also the last post before I share our End of the Year party for 5th grade. This post is more adventure heavy than creative. We finished up school with an easy couple of weeks. This is how we learned.
First, we reviewed what we learned in geography this year.
Landscape Inchies (sort of)- These are a lot bigger than inchies but it’s the same idea…several small pics to make up a big one. (From left to right and top then bottom) Grasslands, Mountains, Rainforests, Deserts, Tundra, and Islands
Picasso Playdough Art- It was fitting to finish our study of great art with Picasso, an unusual but creative figure.
Most of you have probably heard of Pablo Picasso, but you can read more about him here:
The Biblical History Center
Michael searching for artifacts
An empty tomb
Under the tent
A picnic with Dad
God bless & remember the High King lives! ~Amber Dover
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