Debra Bures just posted this and I’d like to share it with you! – Mary
Pablo Picasso was born on October 25th, 1881. He has often been called the Father of modern art. In honor of his birthday, I’d like to share resources to celebrate his life and works.
- Artcyclopedia – Picasso
- BBC – Pablo Picasso
- Online Picasso Project
- Picasso images from ArtinaClick
- Youtube – Pablo Picasso Painting
I know that we have already entered the fall season, but it seems to me that it feels more like a new season as it gets cooler out.
This online tutorial from Bigkidscience.com offers easy to understand illustratiosn that explains the seasons.
What is an anagram? The Internet Anagram Server explains it: They write: What is an Anagram?
noun: A word or phrase formed by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. For example, Elvis to Lives.
verb: To rearrange letters in such a way. To anagrammatize.
You can enter any word you like into their form and it will produce an anagram for you.
[From Greek anagrammatismos, ana- (up, again, back, new) + -gram (letter).]
Help the ghost in this game collect the pumpkins that are the multiple of the target number.
Natalie Criss revised I will survive by Gloria Gaynor to I Will Survive
(the first year of homeschooling).
Another homeschooler took that a step further and set Natalie’s words to music. Here it is from You Tube:
On October 25th, 1964, the Rolling Stones first appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. You can do a search to find the original appearance, but I thought this Lego reenactment was too cute not to share.
About all Species has a varitey of mask making ideas at their site. The resource was originally made for Earth Day, but the masks could be made for any day or holiday.