Blazer has been taking lessons again for a few months and he’s making great strides in his playing.
Math: measuring with one-inch tiles and identifying halves, fourths & eighths of a whole.
Grammar: worked on First Language Lessons.
Art: made playdoh scuptures wth co-op. Racer made a gun and then squished it up before I could get a picture. Blazer made a clam, eating a clam, eating a clam with a pearl inside. NOT a vagina like I originally thought.
Reading: continued HOP.
Bible: continued reading through the New Testament.
Science: learned about the aquatic biome. We performed some water experiments to show how salt water and fresh water react with each other. Then, the kids made sugar cookies and decorated them to reflect an aquatic animal.
Math: multiplying by three-digit numbers that include zero and test 10.
Grammar: continued working on Fix-It.
Art: continued working on drawing form.
Literature: finished reading Faerie Gold.
Bible: learned about Hezekiah.
Latin: reviewed chapter 8.
A friend put on an event for our homeschool group on Diwali. We read some books, ate some cookies from India and made some different crafts to tie in with the holiday.
We wrapped up Simple Machines by playing The Way Things Work board game. The kids had fun playing it and being quizzed on what they have learned. We’ll be on break all of December and are looking forward to picking up with Heat & Energy in January!
Math: dividing a whole into halves, fourths and eighths; adding 10 to a multiple of 10; identifying pairs and measuring with one-inch tiles.
Reading: continued with HOP.
Bible: learned about Zaccheus.
Since I was sick so much last week, we didn’t meet for co-op. It was a light week but we’re still trying to catch up! Mama’s don’t get to be sick!
Math: naming numbers through hundred billions, perimeter, measures of a circle, dividing by multiples of 10 and multiplying by three-digit numbers.
Grammar: continued re-writing Tom Sawyer with Fix-It.
Art: worked on form.
Latin: worked on chapter 8.
We took the week off of History, Literature & Bible this week.