Friday

We did squid dissection today with friends…Maeven was NOT interested! She told me later she felt they were too cute to cut up. BUT she did listen to the interesting facts shared about squid by our dear friend Shauna. And even had answers to some of the questions and added some facts she learned from the documentaries she’s seen about […]

Wednesday

Both kids thoroughly enjoy an iPhone game called “Scribblenauts”…a game where you type words to create things to solve puzzles (type “wings” to fly up to get to something in a tree, etc)…And since Tyren isn’t really spelling on his own yet, Adam thought he could use a notebook to write words he wants to remember so he doesn’t have […]

Wednesday

Making a rain gauge from a soda bottle. Covering the cut edge w/tape so it’s not sharp. Sand-filled bottom so it won’t blow away and to provide a starting point for the rain. Marking one inch increments starting from the saturated sand starting point. The finished product! Ready for this weekend’s rain!

Wednesday

SCIENCE: Virtual field trip at Fresno Pacific University, to Crystal Cove: Virtual field trip to Crystal Cove (ranger on beach, talking about tide pool life.) LANGUAGE ARTS: Teach Your Child to Read, Lesson #33             Handwriting Without Tears (K), Pgs 30-33           MATH: Right Start Math, Level B, Lesson # 13 […]

Wednesday

SCIENCE: Attended a virtual field trip at Fresno Pacific University, to Crystal Cove State Park: Ranger on beach, talking about tide pool life. LANGUAGE ARTS: Sequential Spelling 1, #48 Heard more of [openbook booknumber=”ISBN:043935806X” templatenumber=”1″]           Writing Strands 2, #2-1 D’Nealian wkbk p. 16 MATH: Teaching Textbooks 3, #36-38

Tuesday

MATH: Right Start Math, Level B, #12 Don’t you wish you could do all YOUR work in your underwear? 🙂  Played the “Exchange Change” game: LANGUAGE ARTS: Handwriting Without Tears, Kindergarten, pgs 28 & 29 Getting creative with his writing lessons. (drawing faces in the o’s) Played “Junior Labyrinth” with big sister, Maeven”: