I have had one of those lingering colds where you just can’t seem to find the energy to do even the simplest of tasks. Teaching, doing lesson plans, cleaning the house and going grocery shopping seem like insurmountable tasks. I need a backup plan to get through this time. I am sure you have been there too. One piece of advice that I would like to give to you is to plan ahead in the event that you might not feel well sometime during the school year. So, while I am less foggy-headed, I thought I’d write some ideas that you can use if you find yourself under the weather.
Here are some websites for math worksheets that will help your student stay on track and review concepts.
Looking for educational videos? Here are a few that I think your children will like.
Brain Pop It has some free videos and quizzes on a variety of topics for your daughter to take after she watches them. You can assign one or more depending upon your need. If you enjoy what is offered, you can sign up for a year’s subscription.
Liberty’s Kids are great for American history that I think your son will enjoy. They are well animated and would be great to use.
Ducksters has a variety of articles and games that are interesting that include topics of geography, science, and history.
Board and Card Games can also be educational as they teach children to do some of the following: Read and follow directions, strategize (checkers, chess, tic-tac-toe, Sorry, Monopoly), count money (Life, Monopoly), and add (Yahtzee, card games).
Educational Online Games
Sheppard Software would be a way of reviewing all sorts of topics.