Using McRuffy Math (except I couldn't find our counting-strip so I used Saxon's) Lance, is learning about more and less then. I had him put counting bears on the numbers. I bear on the 1, two bears on the 2 and so forth.
Ethan, using McRuffy Math 1 worked on time.
He had to match the written time with the clocks.
I still have to correct her summary, so there are a few misspelled words and such, but I was so excited I just snapped away!
I wanted to add that I know her summary is a bit long. I told her and Josh, that it's suppose to be a brief summary. They need only to write the plot and not all the details. Annette, has trouble keeping things brief. A blogging friend pointed out the importance of keeping the summary short, so I'm going to work with her on this.
Here are some sentences that I dictated to Caleb and Brent, via Phonics Road. I said each word slowly so they could hear each sound and I would give hints like "Why do we hear the /I/ sound." they would answer, "Because there is a silent final 'e'."
Not sure why my picture has a pink tint.
Here is one of Joshua's math pages.
Josh, was suppose to put the equation that he solved in the lines provided below. For instance with the first problem (click the image to enlarge and see) 3x(3x9)= He was suppose to multiply the 3x9 first and write 27x3=81 but instead he wrote 9x3=27. This is what I don't understand because I went over this with him before having him do the worksheet. Lupe, is at lost with this too. My hubby, did say that once things slow down with the apartments he'll sit with Josh, more and help him with his math.