(colors), Battleship® (alphabet and numbers), and Guess Who® (describing people). A toy example is using play food
to simulate being in a restaurant. For
more ideas, see my blog post, http://www
With a positive attitude, variety, short
time chunks, and hands-on interactive
practice, we can make foreign language
learning fun for kids, and bring it to life. It
may sound like a lot to do, but if you keep it
simple, it is doable and fun!
Debbie Annett has been teaching Spanish for
17 years, and in that time has taught second
grade through high school for 12 years in a
homeschool co-op in Illinois. She is the author of Spanish for You!, a fun curriculum
for grades 3-8 that can be used at home or
for classes. Debbie designed and uses her curriculum at the co-op where she still teaches
today. You can visit her website to learn
about her curriculum or to take advantage
of the many free resources she provides, www
GROUP PROGRAMS ( 8+ CHILDREN)
Join Educators and Interpreters for hands-on,
interactive programs of 17th-century Virginia
Indian and English Colonial history in our
re-created historical villages.
AGES 3 - 5: The History Kids/Indian & Colonial
programs include stories, games and chores of
AGES 6 - 10: People of the River: Powhatan
Indians, Success of the Citie: Henricus 1611-22, Two
Lives of Pocahontas and Mapping of the James River.
Children participate in tool or canoe making, farming,
militia or hunting skills, or mapping activities.
AGES 11 AND UP: Two Lives of Pocahontas, Colonial
Cultures of the James River, Cultures in Contact/
Archaeology, Math & Mapping the James River,
17th-Century Sciences and Virginia Governments.
The different cultures are compared and contrasted in
each of these programs. STEM Education is emphasized.
ALSO AVAILABLE FOR ALL AGES: Home School Days,
Day Camps, Family Fun Days, Discovery Days
AVAILABLE FOR PARENTS: Teacher Workshops and
Located in Chester, Virginia – near
Richmond on the historic James River
Call 804-318-8797 ( email@example.com)
for more information and to book programs.
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AT HENRICUS HISTORICAL PARK
Second Successful English Colony in America: 1611-1622