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  • MICHAEL MARTINEZ
    HISTORY: WORLD WAR II World War II: Unit Activities World War II affected even more nations than did World War
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 21, 2001
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      HISTORY: WORLD WAR II
      World War II: Unit Activities
      <http://www.easyfunschool.com/article1855.html>
      World War II affected even more nations than did World War I, which was supposed to be the "war to end all wars." These activities will be useful for both classroom and home study of this traumatic period in world history.

      RESOURCES: TEACHING READING
      How To Improve The Reading Level of Children with Learning Disabilities or Reading Impairments
      <http://www.easyfunschool.com/article1826.html>
      By Chris Sewell, who has a website dedicated to weekly tips on ADD/ADHD, deaf, hard-of-hearing, autistic, and reading impaired children.

      HOUSEHOLD SKILLS: COOKING
      Little Miss Muffent and Her Curds & Whey
      <http://www.easyfunschool.com/article1631.html>
      Ever wondered what curds & whey were? Ever tried to answer your kids about this question? Here's a fun activity where you can both investigate what a curd is and what whey is.

      Fall Fun: Skeleton Bread
      <http://www.easyfunschool.com/article1396.html>
      This is a really fun and simple activity perfect for accompanying a lesson on bones. You could also use this as a funny bread to accompany a meal. Good way to get the kids to eat the crust of the bread.

      Candy Mice
      <http://www.easyfunschool.com/article1743.html>
      Here's a yummy funny that the kids will love to make. Allow them to do as much of the creating as possible. Little ones may need some assistance, but older ones should be able to do it all on their own as there is no cooking involved.

      --Kathy in FL <mailto:mamkmm2@...>
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