Alexis Bennett -

Alexis Bennett

Lesson Designer

Alexis is a homeschooling mom by day, graphic designer by night. She began unexpectedly homeschooling in 2014 when her oldest would have begun kindergarten. It was life changing, and she wouldn’t have it any other way! She believes God moves us in mysterious ways, and she is always grateful for the many blessings she has received. An amazing husband and three wonderfully crazy kids keep her on her toes. When she’s not teaching her kids, taking them to their many activities, or working on a design project, she likes to unwind with a great book or puzzle. She loves reading, art, blogging, and hanging out with family and friends. She blogs about homeschooling, her Christian faith, the NICU, parenting, and more at Modern Momma Musings -

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Courses Taught by Alexis:

Building a Foundation with Kindergarten Math: Introduce your little learners to the concepts and basics of the days of the week, months of the year, seasons, weather, number recognition, counting, skip counting, shapes, money, place value, and more with lots of hands-on activities and printable worksheets.

Elementary Economics for Fifth Grade: Interdependent Economics: From defining stocks and shares to explaining how the stock market works and how economies are interdependent and affect each other, this course helps students understand the concept of a global economy and different types of markets.

Elementary Economics for Fourth Grade: Global Economics: From basic terms to an introduction to how economics affects relationships between countries, students get a chance to learn about producing, consuming, supply, demand, imports, and exports with this elementary economics course.

Elementary Economics for Sixth Grade: Currency and Its Impact: Why is currency designed the way it is? What security features are incorporated? How has the look of currency changed over time? How do exchange rates work, and how do they affect travel? Students learn the answer to all these questions and more in this elementary economics course.

Exploring Citizenship in First Grade is an introductory look at what it means to be a citizen. Through suggested reading, conversation, and printable activities, students can learn about the world around them and a few of the various types of leaders.

Fun with Fairy Tales is a fun language arts unit that studies important concepts such as identifying parts of a story and figurative language through the world of fairy tales, making it a perfect introductory unit for younger elementary students. Almost any stories can be used for most lessons, and links are provided to find many fairy tales online as well.

Fun with Science is a great way to introduce your younger elementary students to basic life science, earth science, and physical science concepts. From body systems to volcanoes, the five senses to the states of matter, students can discover amazing facts about God’s creation. Lots of printable worksheets and hands-on activities are included.

Having Fun with Kindergarten Science: Each week’s lesson is broken down into four daily assignments. Lessons include printable components, engaging visuals, discussion ideas, hands-on activities, and suggested book lists.

Science of Our Planet is a short, supplemental unit designed to help you introduce your younger elementary students to some of the basics of earth science. From natural resources to the atmosphere to ecosystems, students can discover amazing facts about God’s creation. Printable worksheets and hands-on activities are included.