Bacteria are a fascinating microbe with lots of special parts that each perform a specific job. Let’s create a larger model of a bacteria so we can examine the parts and learn what they each do.
Our final week in the Russia Unit is literally bursting with science—your child will have many opportunities for hands-on STEM experiments as you learn about famous scientific discoveries, historic events, and the brilliant people who made them possible.
This week is filled with art, dance, history, and literature unique to Russia.
This week we will deepen our knowledge of Russian culture by delving into the language spoken by the people, the art they create and the music they enjoy.
Welcome to Russia! This week, we will be visiting the largest country in the world.
From grizzlies to polar bears to pandas (and a slew of lesser-known bears in between!), we’ll get to know how they live while also tackling math, science, literacy, geography and more.
Get ready to get up close and personal with the life of spies and secret agents—and to learn some of the crucial roles they have played throughout history.
From the unique geography and alphabet to some of its most famous works of art and most delicious recipes, get ready to experience this fascinating culture like never before.
Get ready to explore the mysteries of the universe, including black holes, the planet Mars, and the life cycle of stars.
Try this perepechi recipe to make your own traditional Russian dish!