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End of Week 19

Our busy school week has come to an end. It was busy but good.
Annette has been learning a lot about our earth this year using A Child’s Geography and Exploring Creation with Astronomy.

Her penmanship could have been better. When she writes in cursive it’s so pretty.
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Ethan practiced his cursive today.
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Both Brent and Ethan did READ today. Ethan is reading Absolutely Lucy.
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Ethan's math.
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Caleb and Brent working on their notebook from Heart of Dakota. This weeks History Project was reinforcing 1 Kings 11:26-43.
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This week the boys completed Unit 12. The Focus for this unit: From Solomon to a Divided Kingdom.
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These two pages are from Caleb's notebook. As you can see my boys like to add lines or use notebook paper, then use double sided tape.
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Caleb and Brent have a hard time writing their 5-8 sentences in the boxes, so I let them write on lined notebook paper or put lines in.

I’m reviewing College Common Sense. One of our assignments this week was to copy a quote by Jack Canfield and watch First Principle on YouTube. When they were done watching the video I had them write something that they learned from it. Ethan’s response, take fool responsibility. He wrote the wrong  ‘full’ but hey, he spelled it correctly Winking smile.
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And can’t forget the new plunger I bought today. My goodness, the boys were so excited about this thing. I told them I might get them each one next CHRISTmas. Seriously, they actually said we need more so they can play with them.
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Have a great weekend!!!

2 comments

  1. Great day! I love the HOD notebook project - it looks neat!

    Isn't it funny how easily entertained our children can be at times?

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  2. The boys are still playing with the plunger. Too funny. Hopefully we won't need to use it anytime soon since it keeps them occupied. Lol.

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