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Doris “Dorie” Miller
Notch and Minecraft
Madeline L’Engle and A Wrinkle in Time
Cressida Cowell and How to Train Your Dragon
Abraham Lincoln (Power Point presentation below)
Peter the Great
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Congratulations to all the Notables!
Their presentations were wonderful!
We learned so much from you!
A BIG thank you to all the children and their families who have contributed to make this event possible.
Eliza Lucas Pickney
Leif the Lucky
Our next project fair is on the 25th of November. Same time. Same place.
This will be open to ALL projects. A few of us will be presenting our NaNoWriMo literature-based projects.
What: a homeschool Night of Notables, an AHAA History Fair
When: 28 October 2014
Time: 1:30-2:30pm (we have the room from 1:00pm to 3:00pm for set up and clean up)
Where: Irmo, SC
Capacity: 10 students, any age k-5
Preparation: students will create their own 5-7 minute presentation on a topic related to their Notable, how to’s here and some recent examples here. The students can be creative with their presentations. Display boards, Power Point or Video Clips and other forms of presentations are welcome.
So sorry to hear that Eliza Lucas Pinckney and Edgar Allan Poe were sick, St. Michael was saving someone in Greenville and Jane Goodall was too busy with the apes.
Hope to see you all at our next Notables event: Halloween Dress-Up Party 2014!
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Click here to watch our Notables at Noon last year for Halloween 2013.
What: a homeschool Notables at Noon
When: Monday, April 28, 2014
10:45 set up and students have time to look closely at other presentations
11:00 presentations start promptly
Where: Irmo, SC
Capacity: 10 students, any age k-12
Our daytime version of Night of Notables.
Today, we had:
Christina Rosetti (read all about her presentation here)
Jack Horner (watch her presentation here)
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Roy Rogers (listen to his The Wild West Show song and watch a video about his presentation here)
George Washington and Neil Armstrong
We are very proud of what they accomplished!
(Photos published on this website during this public event are with parental permission.)