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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Weekly Report 1


First five lessons in Explorer's Bible Study, Beginnings II Jesus, My Shepherd.
Topic: God In the Beginning
Scripture memorized: Jesus was in the beginning with God. All things were made through Him. John 1:2-3

Weather Journal: July moon phases and completed About Me section.
This is from My Calendar Book by Christian Light Publications, I bought it from RainbowResource.com
It is a weather/calendar journal for 12 months and it was $2.95.

Horizons Math- first four lessons were review, completed week 1 of Daily Mental Math on Friday.

Five books Camille read independently this week: Patrick at the Krusty Krab (part of our English/french readers), The Bedtime Rhyme, Skeletons! Skeletons! All About Bones, Henry and Mudge and the Great Grandpas and Captain and Matey Set Sail

Our Danny. No other words.

 

6 comments:

barrellfullofmonkeys said...

That is a fantastic picture at the end!!! Don't they make you proud? You simply must keep that to remind him later in life that you were there to witness all of the things he won't want to admit to later. :)
Kathy D.
www.homeschoolblogger.com/myquiversfull

Mom2LegoManiacs said...

That picture is great! I have some of my oldest in his "princess accessory" phase. He had on Superman underoos, tiara, heels, earrings, and some other jewelry. Great for the teen years blackmail file!
Hope all goes well with your dh! prayers dear
Melissa

Diane said...

Camille did great!

Oh and so did Danny- that picture is too funny.

Amy said...

Hi Jessica,
Your lad is sooo cute! Watching you makes me excited to get schooling, but we have a short vacation first.
Where did you get those weather worksheets, BTW?

Diane said...

I am really interested in the weather worksheet as well. :)

Diane

Diane said...

Thanks for sharing My Calendar Book with us. I plan on ordering it. There are tons of great resources out there, it's always so hard to order something without looking through it. This will be a great way to start the day.