At-Home Activities: Into the Jungle - Search for Lost Cities

Week 5, October 12-17

See a suggested week schedule at celebrationeducation.com/post/free-curriculum



Workshop Class Activities

  1. Craft – Make Worry Dolls

  2. Key Points – Ancient America

  3. Collaborative – Aztec Society

  4. Language Arts – Maya Glyphs

  5. Math/Logic - Patolli Game

  6. Prepare for Adventure - Lashing

  7. Big Activity – Tortillas and Chocolate

  8. Movement - Taco Battle

At-Home Activities


Materials

• book: “Who Is Jane Goodall?”

• various fiction and non-fiction books that relate to Ancient American Civilizations

• journal or writing paper

• pencil

• scrapbooking materials

• dry beans in a cup

• four apples

• ingredients for making Mayan chocolate

• a deck of playing cards

• game board (included), printed

• blank paper

• poster board

• markers, crayons, and/or paint

• your project rough draft and disply


Reading

  • “Who Is Jane Goodall?”

  • Various fiction and non-fiction books that relate to Ancient American Civilizations


Writing


Copywork

  • “I love all of the ecosystems - mountains, deserts, rainforests. They're beautiful, and nature has so many different flavors to it.” - Louie Schwartzberg

  • “Competition is the law of the jungle, but cooperation is the law of civilization.” - Peter Kropotkin


Language arts lesson

  • News articles should answer who, what, when, where, why and how about an event. The first sentence of the article should answer as many of these questions as possible. Read three different news articles. How many of the questions are answered in the