Initially I had planned to take the entire week of Labor Day off, but since we recently took some unplanned time off, we’re going to go ahead and do school. Here’s what we have on tap for this week:
Memory Verse: I, the Lord, speak truth; I declare what is right. – Isaiah 45:19
Poetry: At the Sea-Side by Robert Louis Stevenson
Hymn: I Need Thee Every Hour
History: David, Solomon, the Alphabet, and Sparta
Five in a Row: Night of the Moonjellies by Mark Shasha
Read Aloud: The Secret Garden by Frances Hodges Burnett
Artist: Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach
Last Week’s Photos:
We magnified the sun’s rays to melt chocolate.
Caroline’s activity of choice this Fall is softball. We had been planning on dance classes for a while, but she changed her mind and decided she needed to be cheered on at some games like her brother. She had her first practice last week.
We do everything under Mabel’s watchful eye.
Added the Trojar War (when it was said to have happened) to our Book of Time.
World History Notebooking Pages
Making a Solar Eclipse
Learned about Ancient Greece on BrainPop
Videos of Our First Memory-Work Poem