Things to Do: February

Winter is winding down. Enjoy the remainder of the season with free books, helps for February holidays, and great finds!

  1. Find out if the groundhog sees his shadow (February 2)!
  2. Overcome the February blahs!
  3. Get ready for spring with our free garden unit study.
  4. Travel west with the pioneers (February 3).
  5. Fly with the Wright brothers.
  6. Color through The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
  7. Take a trip through Massachusetts (February 6).
  8. Learn more about horses with our free horse unit study.
  9. And while studying horses, make use of the beautifully illustrated Album of Horses by a beloved author.
  10. In addition, read Benjamin West and His Cat Grimalkin (with go-alongs) by the same author.
  11. Use these 7 lessons to teach writing.
  12. Travel over the prairie with Laura Ingalls Wilder (February 7).
  13. Simplify by learning the difference between skill subjects and content subjects.
  14. Whether or not you enjoy our free bird study, you can make use of this list of birding resources.
  15. Step into the future with a free Jules Verne unit (February 8).
  16. Measure something.
  17. Celebrate the birth of Charles Lamb with a free Tales from Shakespeare unit study (February 10).
  18. Use these 6 ways to encourage your child to pursue his interests.
  19. Explore Onomatopoeia!
  20. Learn more about Abraham Lincoln (February 12).
  21. Find a good book.
  22. Enjoy a free mini-unit study based on Aesop’s “The Fox and the Grapes.”
  23. Travel down the Suez Canal (February 17).
  24. Make use of one of these 7 scholarly search engines.
  25. Ready to get things done? (review)
  26. Learn how the U.S. Postal Service works (February 20).
  27. Explore these 14 ways to plan studies around your student’s interest.
  28. Celebrate Presidents Day (February 20).
  29. Download these free eBooks {and go-alongs!}:
  30. Learn more about our calendar (February 24).
  31. Provide time for your child to develop his interests.
  32. Find out why we have a leap day (February 29).
  33. Enjoy an old-fashioned read with tales of days gone by, lessons, and laughter.
  34. Make use of these great finds:

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