COVID

This post is sponsored by Greg Landry’s Homeschool Labs. Students in Greg Landry’s online science classes have had a lot of questions about COVID-19 (by the way, this is not the name of the virus), and your children may also have questions. Greg has created a PDF to address the common questions and to give students an understanding of viruses in general, and this virus in particular…in a way that’s fun for students. For example, Greg Landry believes that in science, it’s very important for students to have what he calls “magnitude perspective”. We all know that viruses, bacteria, etc. are very small but few people really have perspective on how small they are and how they compare with each other and to the width of a human hair. He does this not only with numbers but also with graphics they can easily understand. Free Homeschool Student COVID-19 Printable Lesson and Worksheet (and a free bonus lesson and worksheet on the muscular system)

Greg Landry’s Free PDF also covers: – Are viruses alive? – How do they affect humans – What’s the actual name of the current virus? (few people know this). – What is “coronavirus”? – What do they look like? – Where do viruses come from? – What are some common diseases caused by viruses?

This PDF includes a printable student worksheet with graphics to label and color plus a virus quiz. Click Here to Get Free COVID-19 Student Printable Lesson + Bonus When you submit your email to receive this freebie you will also have access to a free “muscular system” lesson and worksheet!

Categories: Homeschool

Lisa Ehrman

Lisa has been blogging since 2013, and loves sharing resources and ideas for living a simple life. To get free printables, bonus words, and more - sign up for the newsletter.

10 Comments

Rena Walter · April 6, 2020 at 7:04 pm

This is good information.

rochelle haynes · April 7, 2020 at 3:13 am

This is good for the kids at home

Dena Akbar · April 7, 2020 at 10:56 am

this is really good for my family and for my friends.

Edna Williams · April 7, 2020 at 12:21 pm

Students are full of questions about Covid-19 as are there parents. Thank you for sharing this!

    Lisa Ehrman · April 7, 2020 at 1:36 pm

    You’re welcome! This looks like a wonderful resource 🙂

Jodi Hunter · April 10, 2020 at 11:06 am

Thanks so much for this post.

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