It’s Friday, Friday! You’re welcome.
We had a fairly run-of-the-mill week, which I am thankful for! We are in a very busy season of life, so it’s nice to have weeks that don’t have too much extra excitement. Although we did get to enjoy a spur of the moment dinner with friends from our church in Fort Worth who were in town! We also had fun at a play date with friends. Even Seth got into the fun by licking his baby friend’s toes.
Emma and I read The Big Green Pocketbook this week. She now carries her big (pink) pocketbook everywhere we go! We also learned “G” and “7” and started working on the days of the week.
The big kids starting memorizing a list of the presidents—slow going so far, but we’ll keep working! We studied Lewis and Clark’s expedition, continued reading about Thomas Jefferson, and took a look at pioneer life. As I write, they’re working on decoding a message sent between Jefferson and Lewis!
Vernon finished his level 3 grammar book! On to level 4! I really like our grammar program. Nerd.
We also enjoyed getting into One Morning in Maine by Robert McCloskey, or as Emma calls it, “Little Sal Grows Up” (from Blueberries for Sal).
We’re looking forward to a slower weekend, although I have quite a bit of work to try to do for my own classes!
Linking up with Weekly Wrap-Up at Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers. Enjoy!