First, here is an awesome experiment to teach about the surface of Zedek: Liquid Viscosity Science Experiment. And here is a preview picture to show you the scientific homeschooling fun:
Next, I wanted to include an image that I found that you can use to make coloring sheets or worksheets for this planet that you can download:
And this last thing was really cool. I downloaded it off of a website called "You Are Galileo!" Basically, scroll down the list of worksheets until you find this planet's files. (Personally, I downloaded the Word Document files and changed out the pagan god names on the worksheet with the original Hebraic name.) But the worksheets are fantastic! The point is to try to make planetary observations and see if the child (or you if you want to do one too-you forever students) can see the four moons Galileo spotted when he observed this planet years ago. Click on the above link to view it for yourself. And Google "viewing Zedek" (but you probably have to use its J-planet pagan name in the search instead, remember) to help you hone in on seeing it in the night sky. Well that's it for now. Have fun and happy homeschooling!