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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Week 10 Report Part 1

Story of the World 2: Chapter 9, East of China
History Copywork with grammar integrated


Story of the World 2: Chapter 10, The Bottom of the World


pictures from our supplement books

History Copywork with geography



My Maori Warrior kids
thank goodness for Crayola Washable Markers!



We're leaving tomorrow to be with Dh, here's what we've done this week with a reminder to myself of what to do when we get back. I'm taking our reading books with us, math and possibly our science spines. I want to be able to keep the kids occupied if I need to plus they will revolt if they don't have their reading time. Oh, sidenote- I cut Danny's hair today by myself. That was an adventure, I don't recommend it.

Jesus, My Shepherd- Week 10, lessons 1-3. Do 4-5.
Horizons 2- Lessons 37-39. Do Test 4 and lesson 40.
Spelling Workout- Lesson 9, finish
Earth Science- Finish Lesson 7, Volcanoes & Earthquakes
Music- Haydn week 1

Officially MIL has not passed but Dh has said it'll be at any time. Everyone's prayers have been appreciated so much, it touches our hearts deeply to know that you have been praying- what a testimony to God. Thank you.

 

8 comments:

Mom2legomaniacs said...

I wish you a safe journey. Your family will be in my prayers.
Blessings
Melissa

Teaching 2 Sons said...

Praying.
Be safe.
Love the warriors! :)

LisaWA said...

Praying for you and your family Jess. Praying for safe travle too!


Lisawa~

Jenny said...

Wow, Danny looks so old with his new hair cut! I didn't even recognize him.

I like the way you integrated the copywork with the grammar. That's a great idea.

Anonymous said...

Jessica and family:

You are in my thoughts and prayers during this time. God bless.

Dayle in Guatemala

Dana said...

Hey, we've been working on Australia all summer! We fell behind with schedule craziness so have carried the study into the formal school year, but we have really been enjoying it. (My hubby is Australian so Australian history is a little more important to us than for most!)

I have a few good videos and links at my other blog if you are ever interested in sharing them with your children:

http://providentialhistory.blogspot.com

Anna said...

They look very fierce AND knowlegable.

my5wolfcubs said...

The warriors are awesome! You get an A+ for face-on learning!!!

I cut my boys' hair...but I put it off as long as possible and then it takes so long to cut. No fun. But cheap. :)

Lee