This draw & explore science activity will help you teach all types of leaves in your homeschool. What better time to teach about leaves than in the fall? This is a limited time freebie will help you combine art and science.
Combining subjects is one of my favorite things to do in homeschool. I love that we are able to explore learning and make connections for our kids with different subjects. In combining art and science, this resource is sure to grab your student’s attention.
The Types of Leaves resource comes with s short description of ten different types of leaves and an image of a leaf on a grid for kids to draw the other half of the leaf. There are 26 pages which include ten review questions and answer key. The types of leaves that are explored in this resources are:
- bur oak
- horse chestnut
- red maple
- a basic leaf
Grab this FREE printable draw and explore, types of leaves activity shared by Write Bonnie Rose (subscription freebie).
These supplies and resources will go along great with this Types of Leaves activity:
Color Gel Pens – Gel Pens for Kids – Coloring Pens – Gel Pens Set – Pen Sets for Girls – Spirograph Pens – Pen Art Set – Artist Gel Pens – Sparkle Pens for Kids – 36 Gel Pens – Arts PensCrafty Croc Watercolor Paint Brush Pens – Set of 24 Vibrant Water Color Brush Markers with Real Nylon Tips for Watercolor Painting and Hand Lettering- Includes Travel Case and 2 Water Blending BrushesSargent Art Premium Coloring Pencils, Pack of 50 Assorted Colors, 22-7251Crayola Colored Pencils, Pre-Sharpened, Adult Coloring, 50 CountLeavesFletcher and the Falling LeavesWe’re Going on a Leaf HuntThe Fall of Freddie the Leaf: A Story of Life for All Ages
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 Kingdoms and Empires Notebooking Research Journal
From the Achaemenian to the Zapotec, mankind has built kingdoms and empires all over the world. Help
Printables About Community Helpers
As time goes by, you hear more and more news on the media about community helpers that don’t do th
FREE Resources to Help Kids Explore Life on the Farm
Do you have children that are interested in farm animals, learning about where their food comes from
FREE Groundhog Day Writing Prompts
I think Groundhog Day is one of the most creative and unique minor holidays we celebrate each year.
Ways to Have Fun with Bubble Wrap
I love bubble wrap. Yes, I am the one who asks for the bubble wrap right after someone has opened a
13 Movies & Shows for Kids All About Mathematics
Math is one of my least favorite subjects. However, I have two kids that absolutely love it to