Simple Seasons Homeschool Companion Guides: Puddles & Ponds Second Edition
Puddle & Ponds is an optional ten week long summer unit. It has been designed to be started in mid-June.
This summer enjoy the outdoors with Puddles & Ponds. You can use this laid-back guide to continue your learning into the summer. Learn about clouds, rainbows, and the water cycle. Spend time exploring the wetlands, making bubbles, and creating sidewalk art.
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Puddles & Ponds Reviews
Thank you for this! We love your other units and have just embarked on Ponds. This is perfect since my older children are studying ponds at our local nature conservation area at the same time! My youngest is thrilled to have his own Schoolwork complete with science experiments! Much appreciated. ~ Eddie
Thank you so much for this wonderful, thoughtful plan! I just started Puddles and Ponds with my son today. He is only three but loves to read so we are sticking to the simpler end of your schedule. He got hold of one of the books ahead of time and since then has been playing thunder and lightening and telling us that lightening is dangerous and that we would be safe inside a car! We’ve also read Kapiti Plain a half-dozen times today! We look forward to starting with Harvest Time in the fall, again keeping things simple. ~ Haidee
Puddles & Ponds Primary Story Book List
After you purchase your Puddles & Ponds guide from MagCloud, visit our Amazon bookstore to find all the books and craft materials that you will need for Harvest Time.
- Mama, Is it Summer Yet? by Nikki McClure
- Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain by Verna Aardema
- It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles Shaw
- Rabbits and Raindrops by Jim Arnosky
- Thundercake by Patricia Polacco
- A Rainbow of My Own by Don Freeman
- It’s Mine by Leo Lionni
- A Frog Thing by Eric Drachman
- Eliza and the Dragonfly by Susie Rinehart
- Box Turtle at Long Pond by William George