Happy Summer! Here's to learning all year long!
This month we have two more space-themed lessons to build on last month, the story behind Native American totem poles, and a peek at the man behind some of the best horror writing in history, Edgar Allan Poe. Our split-alphabet stencil lesson this month is about the entertainment superstar Justin Timberlake. We continue to add lessons that are specifically designed for users of the split-alphabet stencils or users working on making choices. Each lesson features questions with two choices whose first letters are on the same stencil.
Here's what is new in our library this month:
History of Space Travel
How Do Astronauts use the Bathroom?
Edgar Allan Poe
What are Totem Poles?
Justin Timberlake (designed for split-alphabet stencil)
Putting a man on the moon wasn't the only thing done in space. Learn about the mix of science and politics that fueled the Space Race and the rest of space exploration history.
Did you know astronauts have to learn a new way to use the bathroom in space? There's more to traveling through space than you may think!
Totem Poles aren't just beautiful works of art. These hand crafted wooden sculptures tell the family stories of the Native Americans who created them. Learn about this combination of storytelling and art.
Edgar Allan Poe took the macabre to another level with his short fiction. His poems and stories live on to this day. Learn all about the writer with this new lesson.
An entertainment icon, Justin Timberlake got his big break on the Disney Channel. Learn how he took over the music industry and tackled the movies.
Looking for more? Check out the Lesson Library for our growing archive of lessons!