It’s been two weeks now since my last full “”weekly highlights” post. Last Friday and Saturday I was attending our state’s homeschool conference, and by the end of the weekend I just wasn’t up for trying to remember all that we had done the week before. 🙂 So…now I have to try and remember what we’ve done for two weeks!
We’ve had some crazy weather, that’s for sure!
Maybe now we are finally done with snow, and can move on with actual spring. We are all so ready for nicer weather! Today (the first day of truly warm weather so far this spring),we did a very minimal amount of school work and did some “fun” errands (including a book sale…I love those!), and spent time outside.
Here are a few of our learning highlights from the past two weeks:
1. – 2. As usual we’ve been playing lots of RightStart Math games…but it’s a bit of a blur and I can’t remember which ones. 🙂
3. Mr. E (Age 6, Kindergarten) has been working on beginning multiplication and on learning to tell time to the minute in RightStart C.
4. In Logic of English Foundations, Mr. E is up to Lesson 103. In the picture he was working on a “silent E sort” — deciding the reason for the Silent E in a variety of words. Miss M (Age almost 9, 3rd grade) finished Lesson 33-34 of LoE Essentials in the past two weeks. This week she had a perfect score on the end of lesson test!
5. – 7. The past two weeks Mr. K (age 4, Pre-K) has been very into mazes, coloring create-your-own Lego Mini-Figures (I don’t know why I haven’t printed these out before…I guess I kept forgetting! I think about a dozen of these were colored by the two boys this week!), and lots of pretend play, of course.
8. Mr. J (18 months), has been into making messes, of course!
9.-10. Mr. E finally got to do his Lego Star Wars expert day presentation at co-op (it was postponed from earlier this month when co-op was cancelled due to bad weather). He did an awesome job!
11. Miss M is in the drawing/geometry section of RightStart D. She doesn’t love it as much as she did when we did similar lessons in RightStart C, and she is amazed that I don’t always know exactly how to draw the figures (the manual does not give step-by-step instructions). I keep reminding her that until the drawing/geometry in RightStart C, I had never even used a triangle or T-square!
12. After being very interested in Robins and reading a number of books about them, Miss M decided she wanted to make a lapbook about Robins. She worked on that over the past two weeks and finished it up today. I’ll give that the attention it deserves in it’s own post sometime next week!
Have a wonderful weekend…we’ll be out enjoying our lovely warm weather!!!!