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The Thinking Tree Thursday Link-Up

Lance working in his Thinking Tree journal. 
And Lance and Brent completing some Thinking Tree pages.
 Please excuse the blinds. We are slowly making our way around the house fixing the windows that the hail damages. The whole window needs to be replaced. My poor kids are in a darkroom right now.
 Brent completing a page from his journal and Lance working on a Dyslexia Games page.
The Thinking Tree

Fun-Schooling using the Thinking Tree

Fun-Schooling using the Thinking Tree

 Lance being his silly self!
 Here are a few pages from the Asperger's Syndrome journal. They are both working through it but Brent's is the older version. There are no eye therapy pages which is fine because he doesn't need that but it would be fun to see Brent using them, hehe.
Fun-Schooling using the Thinking Tree
 Lance has fun adding body parts to the animals =)
Fun-Schooling using the Thinking Tree
Tomorrow Lance will study the eyes of a human so that'll be interesting.

Here is an object lesson.
Do you use The Thinking Tree journals, if so which one is your child working through?

 If you have a Thinking Tree or Dyslexia Games blog post please link up so others can read all about it. All I ask is you link back, thanks!

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4 comments

  1. I just love your blog. Thank you for sharing how your family uses these journals. I noticed you have a Rod and Staff book on the table...do you add R & S and a math program to make TTT a complete curriculum? I want to try using TTT as a complete curriculum for 3 of the 5 I will be homeschooling this coming year. One last note, noticed the airsoft(?) gun on your sons book pile. Love it! When my son was still schooling that was so him.

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    1. Thank you for your kind words =) We used R&S Staff at one time but that book escaped a packed box.

      I do add math and right now Brent is using Writing Essential. I do need to get him back to reviewing grammar.

      Basically you will use the TTT journal for science and history and what they want to learn. I tell my kids that they need to check out several books on history and science. You will need to add math and depending on their age a grammar program. I plan to go back to Easy Grammar most likely for Ethan and Brent.

      Ooops, I snapped a picture before checking their space. My boys love to play airsoft with their friends :)

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  2. It's so fun to watch you school this way!

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    1. Thanks, I'd love it if they colored the pages and such. Make them look beautiful but oh well :)

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