Independent Studies Day! A fun filled day of library, music, art, activity time, phys ed, lunch and recess, followed by dance lessons!
Field trip to Lifelink Christian Missions to drop off packages for our sponsor child, Jasmin in Honduras, and dropped off packages for the rest of our church.
While we were here, we were given a tour, told about the history of Lifeline and what they do, discussed missions trips, and learned about the culture and people of Haiti, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Panama.
(social studies, geography, character studies - kindness, sharing, giving)
Field Trip: Voting. We stopped to vote at our local Board of Elections office. We explained how it is more important than ever to vote for candidates that we believe to be the best choice.
Foreign language: Watched several Signing Time DVD's while in the car.
* The fire safety we learned about last week was made real this week. My Sister in law's home burnt last night. We discussed this and will have more details later.
Bible: Samson Goes God's Way.
Devotions: On the Clouds. 1 Thessalonians 4:15-18
Read aloud: Read a handful of misc. library books and Junie B. Jones is Almost a Flower Girl
Reading: Secrets and Surprises: Let's Go! At the Pond.
Language/phonics/Spelling: Lessons 53 and 54. Completed test 8 - scored 148 out of 150! Introduced list 9 - copied each word 1x each.
Math: Lesson 68
Science: Read Dr. Seuss' Ear Book and Hear It! Did rubber band experiment.
I am a thirty-something wife married to the love of my life for 16 years. And mom to three girls ages 23-9. Recently became G-ma to one granddaughter.
This is a glimpse of our family's journey through life, food allergies, healthy living, learning differences, homeschooling, and frugal living