We're grateful for new lessons!
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, unexpected winter storms are closing schools, and temperatures are getting too cold to spend tons of time outside: what a great excuse to spend more time learning and building skills with RPM!
This month, we have quite the variety of lessons. With the weather turning colder, we have a great lesson on the Danish concept of Hygge (coziness) as well as a split-stencil lesson on what makes a blizzard different from a snowstorm. If you want to get topical, there is a great lesson on the recent 2018 midterm elections. We also have an introduction to World War II and a lesson on time management, written by Dustin, our #actuallyautistic lesson writer.
Here's what is new in our library this month:
Notable Election Firsts
What is Hygge?
Intro to World War II
What makes a Snowstorm a Blizzard? (designed for making choices or using split-alphabet stencil)
This 2018 midterm election had record numbers of Native American, Muslim American, women, and LBGTQ candidates seeking office. Learn about some of these new members of Congress in this Current Event lesson.
Learn how the Danish use lighting, food, and communal activities to create the special feeling in life they call hygge.
Learn all about which nations were involved in World War II, what started the war, and how it ended in this Introduction to World War II.
Time management is an important skill to master to help manage everything going on in life. Get some tips on how to best manage your day in this lesson.
In this split-stencil lesson, you can learn about what makes a blizzard different and more destructive from just a regular snowstorm.
Looking for more? Check out the Lesson Library for our growing archive of lessons!