Ok, so I had plans to write this really great blog today. But, since I did not get that done, I will share with you what I did get done. In an effort to help my children that can’t remember their weekly assignments even when I have them write them down, I put together a sheet for the next school week for them. I thought I would share it here. People ask me about our day, and our school studies, and it is hard to explain. So, this may help a little. This brief outline does not included a lot of the little kids activities, but it gives a list of the focus points for the week. Please feel free to post questions and share it with others. I will try and post a follow up, after the week is over of how it went with this little asignment sheet.
Book of Joel
1 Peter 1-3
read orally to elementary student at breakfast, upper grade students read on own and journal
(read ls. One article on pg. 6-11)
Wednesday evening as a family
(create maps and charts using internet, concordance, etc.)
(copy it in full into your binder and draw a picture or write a journal about it)
(Elem. Students copy verse 1 only and draw a picture)
(take your time, do your best to get it in, but do not push too fast that you make mistakes)
copy time is from 9-10 am and 11 to noon, elementary students work with mom during this time
read lesson four of Zoology book 1: Flying creatures of the fifth day.
Watch Moody Classics: Dust or Destiny
together in evening
(make notes in binder)
together at dinner
(do research on Uganda, map it, find out about it’s population, look for recent articles about it in the news.)
Taught by Rachel afternoon Wed., Thurs., and Fri.
private lessons Tues afternoon
practice time in afternoon daily
Written by Katie
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