Do you need more learning resources? These printables are perfect for your Middle School Homeschool Science Lessons about cells. The first one is called Fantastic Cells Learning Pack that has STEM activities such as edible cells construction and the other one is Plant and Animal Cells Learning Pack that comes with study guides and quizzes.
Summer Reading List for Middle Schoolers
This list of books about friendship, adventures, and life lessons are perfect for middle schoolers this summer season.
August Pullman has a facial difference that has kept him out of public school, until now. August just wants to be a normal kid. Throughout the book, the story's perspective changes and is filled with some poignant lessons.
Haunted by a family "curse," Stanley Yelnats is framed for stealing a pair of shoes and is sent to Camp Green Lake. Camp Green Lake is a detention camp for delinquent boys that promotes character by making the boys dig a 5x5 foot hole each day.
When a young girl named Opal needs a friend most, she finds one in Winn-Dixie, a lovable dog. In this coming of age story, Winn-Dixie helps Opal make friends, become closer to her father, and inspired her a lot that summer.
At a young age, Malala Yousafzai took a strong stand for a girl's right to education, and even almost lost her life because of it. At just 17, Malala became the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Here is her incredible life story in a memoir great for middle school students.
Siblings Henry, Jessie, Violet and Benny used to live in a Boxcar. Now they live with their grandfather and solve mysteries! This wholesome series is great for middle school and has some great life lessons.
12 year-old Jonas lives in a seemingly perfect world with no pain or suffering. However, they have no happiness, joy, or laughter. When chosen as the Receiver of Memory, Jonas begins to unravel the mysteries around his community.
In this story with a feel like The Hunger Games, the boys in Palmer's town are expected to kill a pigeon when they turn 10. Not only does Palmer hate this, but he is hiding a pigeon in his room. This story teaches about courage and bullying and is relatable especially for boys.