I wish I would have learned, or had the time to appreciate, the ponds where I lived in the United States. If you want your kids to appreciate life all around them, you can start by exploring pond life with this FREE over and under printable.
I now live overseas and there is literally one pond on the island where I live. Since it is so rare here, we have learned to appreciate it and frequent it often in my homeschool. There are three beautiful turtles that live there and we and the community love to watch them swim by majestically.
I always thought ponds were manmade, because of where we lived. I have grown to learn that that isn’t the case.
A pond is different from a river or a stream because it does not have moving water and it differs from a lake because it has a small area. Ponds are usually no more than around 1.8m deep. Some ponds are formed naturally as they are filled by an underwater spring, or by rainwater – sometimes known as ‘dewponds’. Other ponds are manmade, they are equally (OK, not equally) as awesome but should be appreciated the same because of the environment it provides for its inhabitants.
Grab this exploring pond life with over and under the pond FREE printables shared by TableLife Blog.
Creativity for Kids Grow ‘n Glow Terrarium – Science Kit for KidsLearn & Climb Kids Science Set – Over 60 Experiments Kit, How-to DVD and Instruction Manual. 55 Pieces, Year-Round Fun Educational Science Activities4M Crystal Growing ExperimentBe Amazing Toys Big Bag Of Science +70 Activities
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
FREE eBook on Improving Productivity
Do you ever feel like your days get the best of you? Like your day is like sand slipping through you
FREE Printable Creative Writing Math Prompt
Ever thought about merging creative writing and math? That totally doesn’t seem right, does it? We
Veteran Homeschool Moms Need Encouragement Too
When you see a mom who has been homeschooling for years, you tend to look up to her. You wonder how
Secrets to Inspiring Kids to be Entrepreneurs
Being an entrepreneur isn’t something that comes naturally to many people. However, in a world of
FREE Cut and Paste Printable to Compare Decimals
Looking for a fun comparing decimal activity for your homeschool? This FREE cut and paste printable
How to Razzle Dazzle Your Social Media
With the rise of sharing on social media, many parents are building side businesses or simply findin
7 Things Every Homeschool Mom Needs to Know About Time Manag
Time management can be a sore subject for many homeschool moms. Because we either feel like we're fa