There are many theories and disputes about home schooling,but we will not be bumping into the debate right now. I just want to share with you our handicrafts from plasticine on the subject of "natural history". Today Yarik sculpted the planet Earth, rainbow, clouds and sun. He really liked that the Earth, it turns out, does not consist of earth, but it has different layers: first a solid core, then a liquid part of the nucleus, a viscous mantle and an earth crust. Here's more: First we built the core. Then the remaining layers - the mantle - are the thickest of all:Brown clay for the layer of the earth's crust with usstill yesterday ended when Yarik sculpted his favorite dinosaurs ... From above, we have already made the sea and continents. We learned a little from geography - the names and position of the continents on the map. Well, Yarik wanted to add new countries, I was not against)) And the most interesting part for him: Cut the Earth in half and see how it looks in the cut. He was happy to see "such beauty", despite the fact that the clay was smeared (if you use mass for modeling - it will be much better). We moved a little from the topic, but had fun: I suggest you also look at the crafts"Solar system" of paper. The next lesson on natural history is how the rainbow turns out. I thought that I would tell my son about all the nuances, it turned out that he knows about this more than me ... He likes watching educational videos on such interesting topics and remembers everything. Then we made a picture: More crafts with children.Such lessons of natural history in home teaching are very good for the child to remember some important and interesting facts that are usually taught in school.