Friday, January 15

Week 18 Highlights


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January 11-16, 2010

MEMORY: They finished the 10 Commandments and *T* has finally mastered the OT books. YAY! I'm so proud - he had such a hard time with it.

BIBLE: We started reading about Joseph using Penny Gardner's Storied Scriptures. Genesis 37 - 41. We also read corresponding pages (40-45) from Victor Journey Through the Bible.

HISTORY: We read Perseus, Hercules and His Labors, and Jason and the Golden Fleece from Famous Men of Greece.

SCIENCE: CKEB Lesson 16 - Canids, Felines, and Bears

LATIN: Prima Latina chapter 1

LITERATURE: Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know - One Eye, Two Eyes, Three Eyes
d'Aulaire's Greek Myths pages 28-49
Aesop's Fables for Children - The Wolf and the Kid & The Tortoise and the Ducks

CURRENT EVENTS: We read about Alex Jaeger, an 11 year old who began college January 14th.

MATH:

*T* began Singapore Primary Math 1A. He did workbook exercises 1-4 and Extra Practice exercises 1-2.

*C* did exercises 56-62 and reviews 6&7 to FINISH Singapore 2A.

*B* started learning about bar models in 3A this week. We worked through the HIG pages 34-38 and all corresponding text and workbook pages. She also did Extra Practice exercise 1C #'s 1-5. I'm so proud of her! She's doing so well since I've been using the HIG activities.

LANGUAGE ARTS:

*T* finished "n" and "j" in Get Set for the Code.

*C* did lessons 1-3 in Primary Language Lessons.

*B* did lessons 1-8. I'm hoping that she'll have it finished by August or September so that we can start Intermediate Language Lessons.

6 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great week. We love Victor's at our house. It really makes the Bible readings come alive!

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  2. I like your Literature list :)

    It sounds like you had a really good week. We've been battling OT memorization for awhile now, sigh. Congratulations on getting to the top of THAT mountain!

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  3. Great week, Audrey. We held onto Victor's too after MFW. Love it!

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  4. Sounds like a great week. Your literature selections are right up my alley!

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  5. The Storied Scriptures look awesome - thanks for mentioning them!

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  6. A full week! Great job Teacher Mom! :)

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