Lesson 103 – Monarch Butterflies – Video Lesson

Around October each year, millions of monarch butterflies leave their summer breeding grounds in North-Eastern USA and Canada and travel up to 5,000 kilometres to reach the South-Western part of Mexico. The butterflies arrive at their roosting sites in November. …

Lesson 102 – Mother Nature

MOTHER NATURE  Please listen to the poem and read the script. Afterwards please try to answer the questions. Attachments area Preview YouTube video Nature Is Speaking – Julia Roberts is Mother Nature | Conservation International (CI) Preview YouTube video Nature …

Lesson 101 – Hygiene and Good Health

Hygienic practices keep us healthy and prevent the spread of disease. Personal hygiene refers to maintaining the body’s cleanliness. What exactly does one have to do to keep oneself clean? Washing hands with soap and water can reduce disease. If …

Lesson 100 – Elephants

Elephants are mammals and the largest existing land animals. All elephants have big bodies and swinging trunks. There are two different kinds of elephants. The Asian elephant is smaller than the African elephant. An Asian elephant has small ears compared …

Lesson 98 – Missing (Poem)

I’ve hunted near, I’ve hunted far I even looked inside my car. I’ve lost my glasses, I’m in need, To have them now so I can read. I loudly swear and I curse Did I leave them in my purse? …

Lesson 95 – The Olympics

Almost three thousand years ago in ancient Greece, athletes tested their skill in sports at games called the Olympics. Every four years athletes would travel to the arena at Olympia to run, jump, box, wrestle, or race their chariots. Enemies would …

Lesson 94 – The Prince with a Lot to Learn

Relax, be very still and listen – listen carefully to this tale about a young prince, who lived in a lavish palace in the desert. He loved to play all day with his friends. That is, until one day a stranger appeared and everything …