Level 3: France Supplies

Note: We break down our supply list by so you can choose what you need based on which lessons you plan to do with your child.

Here’s what you need for Week 1:

Books (find at your local library or order below on Amazon):

Optional additional reading:

Optional chapter book:

Supplies (use what you have, but here are links to shop if you need anything):

Topographical map DIY:

Canal model:

  • large aluminum pan/sensory bin or a sandbox
  • sand
  • faux plants or leaves and sticks to make your own
  • small land and water toys such as people, bridges, and boats (or you can make your own with whatever materials you have on hand)
  • foil

French language lesson:

Mini trebuchet:

Make your own castle:

Lemon lavender cookies:

Lavender perfume recipe:

Here’s what you need for Week 2:

Books (find at your local library or order below on Amazon):

Supplies (use what you have, but here are links to shop if you need anything):

French garden model:

(+) Arc de Triomphe model:

(-) Paris paper cut-outs:

Rousseau craft, option 1:

Rousseau craft, option 2:

This activity can include a variety of supplies, including:

Egg food science:

Here’s what you need for Week 3:

Books (find at your local library or order below on Amazon):

Opptional additional reading:

Supplies (use what you have, but here are links to shop if you need anything):

Napoleon word search:

Build a biome activity:

  • 4 – 2 liter bottles
  • pond water or freshwater aquarium water (tap water cannot be used because it lacks bacteria)
  • aquarium gravel, sand, and/or potting soil
  • aquatic plants (you can also find these at most pet and aquarium stores)

Alternate terrarium activity:

Braille alphabet board:

Hot air balloon STEM activity:

  • empty bottle 
  • balloon 
  • basin or baking dish

Hot air balloon craft:

Fashion design activity:

Tarte tatin recipe:

Here’s what you need for Week 4:

Books (find at your local library or order below on Amazon):

Optional additional reading:

Supplies (use what you have, but here are links to shop if you need anything):

Eiffel Tower model:

Eiffel Tower upgrade:

Skip counting puzzles:

Egg carton periodic table:

  • 45” x 35” piece of cardboard
  • 11 egg cartons (flat-bottomed egg cartons work best)
  • cardstock
  • paints (in colors that match the printable)
  • hot glue gun + glue

Non-crafty periodic table option:

Radiation experiment:

  • a toaster
  • a piece of bread
  • butter
  • a butter knife

Cootie catcher soccer game:

DIY foosball table:

Matisse craft:

Tour de France map:

Crepes recipe:

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The Learn + Live Letter is a play- and project-based homeschool curriculum for children ages 3-11.

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