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Stick with It 6 Week Challenge

Stick with it 6 Week Challenge Day 2!

Today I took out all the A-Z phonograms and few of the easier ones like the double ‘ee’, and ‘th’. 
The kids have memorized them inside, upside, outside, and all sides so we don’t need to practice those on a daily bases.
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I am keeping track of which phonograms that each child misses during dictation.
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Out of the list that Caleb, Brent, or Ethan missed I pick five for them to write five times as they say each sound.
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Lance is so funny, he loves learning his phonograms. He wants to have ‘class’ with his older siblings so he’ll pull up his ‘desk’ and join in.
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Today he came a little late (because he likes too sleep). It’s great though because he’s ready to go once I’m done with the three older kids.

Lance knows many of the A-Z phonograms, he just has a hard time writing them, so this is what we’re really working on with him.

Yesterday we went over in cursive the letters a, c, f, g. Today we went over yesterday’s phonograms and today which were: qu, I, j, and o. He did real well with writing them today, wahoo!
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Here is Lance practicing his phonograms sounds and writing.
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Lance likes making his own school things. The paper above is his own. He made the lines. He also has a school folder with work that he makes for himself. He’s so cute.
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His completed work.

The children also completed math. Later Ethan will read from the Bible (Romans) to me and Caleb will read his Star Wars: Character Encyclopedia Book, I know, I know, it's not great literature. Miss Mason would not approve at all ;)

2 comments

  1. Great job! I need a white board that big!!!

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  2. Thank you Michele. The white board my dad bought me otherwise I'd still be using paper. I use to tape paper to the wall and do our phonograms that way. Haha, it worked though.

    This is one isn't overly huge (like I'd like it to be) we don't have room for one but someday . . .

    Blessings,
    Linda<><

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