We’ve been studying Colonial America as you might have read in my previous post, Notebooking Pages, and we are having a great time with some of the hands on projects from one of our books. We recently made Shrewsbury Cakes which are basically butter, flour, sugar, egg, and nutmeg. The butter melts in the oven so they spread out like a lake over the pan, but when they are done, they are like a softer version of a basic sugar cookie. We try to do hands-on activities related to everything we study and I recently found some other books with lots of great projects. Here are a few that look the most promising. We have the Amazing Math Projects book from the Build It Yourself series (some of them are listed below) and I really like the format of the book and the projects are manageable.
images courtesy of amazon
Great Colonial America Projects: You Can Build Yourself (Build It Yourself)
GREAT PIONEER PROJECTS: YOU CAN BUILD YOURSELF (Build It Yourself)
Easy Make & Learn Projects: Colonial America: 18 Fun-to-Create Reproducible Models that Bring the Colonial Period to Life
Amazing BEN FRANKLIN Inventions: You Can Build Yourself (Build It Yourself)
George Washington: 25 Great Projects You Can Build Yourself (Build It Yourself)
Do you have any go-to project books or science experiment websites? Please share them with us! Happy hands-on!