Arjun hopes to participate in as many homeschooler days as possible this academic year.
April: Dissection of mouse.
February: Critter connections – Would you dare fly into the mouth of a crocodile or catch a ride on a whale’s back? Animal friendships are everywhere! Can you feel the love (or the lack thereof) amongst our animal companions?
January: Explored nature’s acoustics throughout the Zoo. From quacks, to moos, to cock-a-doodle-doos, Arjun learnt how animals communicate by using their own unique styles. He created a popsicle stick harmonica and learnt about sound waves and wavelengths.
November: Dissection of snail!
September: Zoo in Motion! What goes up must come down! They explored motion in a zoo-tacular way. Ever wonder why ducks fly in a V or how a sea lion moves so quickly through the water? They discussed and examined Newton’s three laws of motion and how they apply to the Zoo every day!
Arjun did a small experiment on teeth cleaning and followed Kabir’s experiment on teeth cleaning. Unfortunately, I’m not sure if this experiment made my boys learn the importance of cleaning teeth well!
When my brother wrote the poem “Children of The Sun,” we loved it so much that we wanted to get it illustrated. I really wanted to do the illustrations. So, my mother spoke to our art teacher, Ms. Vicki Farmer. She agreed and guided my brother and me in illustrating this poem. I was very excited when we started doing them. Here I’ll describe the steps of one of the illustrations done by me.Continue reading Have you ever used shaving cream for an art project?