Art, Foreign Language, Music, Nature Walks, as well as general ideas and encouragement
We are on week 12 in adventures and taking a break from first. We got to day 25 but she wasn't getting it yet.
We started in May last year so we are taking it slow and I'm not worrying about getting it all done on time just actually doing all the fun stuff this year. It takes longer but I figure no one will complain if we keep working into the summer they all love the history and science and crafts.
- Joined: Tue Feb 08, 2005 2:03 pm
We are on day 60-something of 1st with my 7 yo dd! We are going to be creeping through MFW K with my 4.5 yo dd, so we did the creation days alongside big sister's start in the MFW 1st Bible Notebook. We were able to coordinate the days of creation for both girls & it was fun! They each have their own notebooks going. It's cute to see Adam & Eve as little circles with arms & legs coming out of the head (4 yo).
It has been very fun to see where everyone is!
Liz in CT
- Joined: Tue May 02, 2006 6:49 pm
We are in week 8 of history in RTR. We are behind a little in science and Bible. We haven't started the Music or Art yet but my dc take music and art at PS so they are getting those subjects.
Hey, we are a couple of weeks ahead in Math and DS finished his entire Greek book already.
We just started The Bronze Bow. We will be taking it slow because we are using the Total Language Plus study of it. I just bought a second copy of The Bronze Bow because it wasn't working with all of us using one copy. I'm thinking of holding it off until we get to that place in history and then I may just read it aloud anyway because I love that book.
Some of us have been reading Redwall books by Brian Jacques for reading anyway. I was having dd 11 read the Sonlight readers for level 6 but although she has no problem reading them she thinks that some of them are boring. I was surprised because she is a voracious reader and I thought that she would read anything. LOL Redwall takes place in the Middle Ages so I am counting it for reading class.
Sue in MN
- Joined: Sat Mar 24, 2007 12:01 pm
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