Monday, February 8, 2021

This week's homeschool plans

🍲 Culinary arts- This week A and I are going to make cannellini zuppa together... plus garlic bread from a Simple Mills box mix πŸ˜†

🌎 Geography- Map review! Plus our usual mapwork (when we read about a place, we find it and color it in on our map)

πŸ“ Handwriting- The Good and the Beautiful handwriting books (Pre-Writing, K, and 2... Respectively)

πŸ“– Language Arts- Sight Words & Spelling computer game // creative writing in their homeschool journals (A has the Usborne My First Story Writing Book and we got 101 Story Starters for Little Kids for B's birthday) // birthday thank you notes for B, notes to friends & family for A // letter magnet spelling practice // editing for A (he loves getting to edit a paragraph for proper capitilization and end-of-sentence punctuation) // reading with Mom

πŸ”’ Math- The Good and the Beautiful math course books (K, 2) // Musical Multiplication // addition & subtraction computer game // Yahtzee

πŸ”€ Preschool- The Good and the Beautiful Pre-K book // Eric Carle's ABC game // letter magnets // picture books with Mom

πŸ”¬Science- Indescribable (rock-specific chapters) // YouTube video on the rock cycle // Let's Rock: Science Adventures with Rudie the Origami Dinosaur // National Geographic Geode Kit // YouTube video on Geodes

🎲 Miscellaneous: Pandemic board game we borrowed from the library (health science, geography, government... We haven't even played yet and there's already been so much great discussion!) // this new-to-me version of The Sound of Music as our movie day this week since I want to watch it and can pretend it's a late addition to the WWII portion of our now-finished American history studies πŸ‘ 

Also, I used to like posting a Currently Reading stack on Instagram on Mondays. I think I'll start posting that here some Mondays. πŸ’™ 

Currently Reading: John in the Bible // In This House We Will Giggle  (on virtues... 1 chapter on the 1st of each month // You Can Heal Your Life // The Tuttle Twins Guide to Courageous Heroes (mini biographies) // Wired for Joy (brain science... Neuroplasticity!) // The Moonlight School (Christian historical fiction)

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