Elementary(K-6), Grades K-12, High School(9-12), Jr. High(7-8), Planning/Scheduling, Special Needs

September Brings

Warm September brings the fruit;

Sportsmen then begin to shoot.*

September's flower, Forget-me-not

September is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month.  It’s a great time to learn more about how our eyes work.  Here are some free activities from the American Optometric Association.

John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed was born in September.  Enjoy a unit study of apples and create a lapbook of Johnny Appleseed and celebrate with an apple pie!

September 22 is the first day of Autumn.  As the leaves begin to change color, this is a great time to do a study and lapbook on trees and leaves. Your older students may enjoy completing the Pathfinder club Tree honor.

*The Garden Year, by Sara Coleridge

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