TweedleWink Homeschool Lesson Plans from Right Brain Kids

Right Brain Kids - TweedleWink Homeschool Lesson PlansIn an earlier newsletter, we wrote about TweedleWink, a blended “Right Brain Education” program created by Right Brain Kids that incorporates the teachings practices of Glenn Doman, Makoto Shichida, Maria Montessori, Reggio, and HeartMath. If you are following this program at home, you will be able to add on to your activities with these additional resources compiled by Right Brain Kids as part of a home lesson plan. Even if you aren’t following the TweedleWink program, these lesson plans offer some great resources for any parent wanting to support their child’s learning at home.

TweedleWink Homeschool Lesson Plans

Part 1

  • Science: Solar System
  • Art: Claude Monet
  • Vocabulary: Musical Instruments
  • Science: Parts of a Flower
  • Culture: Kenya

Part 2

  • Vocabulary: Carpentry Tools
  • Science: Invertebrates
  • Science: Plant Cells
  • Art: Hopi Pottery

Part 3

  • Science: Periodic Table
  • Culture: Italy
  • Art: Van Gogh
  • Science: Type of Clouds

Part 4

  • Science: Constellations
  • Culture: India
  • Vocabulary: Butterflies
  • Science: Biomes
  • Science: Parts of an Insect

Part 5

  • Art: Leonardo da Vinci
  • Vocabulary: Birds
  • Vocabulary: Optical Instruments
  • Science: Water Cycle
  • Art: Beadwork

Part 6

  • Art: Paul Cezanne
  • Vocabulary: Nature
  • Art: Paul Gauguin
  • Vocabulary: Garden Tools
  • Science: Animal Cells

Part 7

  • Art: Origami
  • Cultures: Mexico
  • Vocabulary: Colours, Clothes, Oceans, Parts of the Body
  • Math: 1 to 10
  • Music: Middle C

Part 8

  • Art: Monet
  • Science: Parts of an Atom
  • Cultures: France
  • Vocabulary: Shapes, Opposites
  • Music: Vivaldi


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Published by Shen-Li

SHEN-LI LEE is the author of “Brainchild: Secrets to Unlocking Your Child’s Potential”. She is also the founder of Figur8.net (a website on parenting, education, child development) and RightBrainChild.com (a website on Right Brain Education, cognitive development, and maximising potentials). In her spare time, she blogs on Forty, Fit & Fed, and Back to Basics.

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