Day 26

“Fun Friday” was spread out over the weekend due to state fairs and sleepovers and allowance-spending sprees.

N (age 11):

Reading: N read a chapter of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. I read N and C The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles last night.

Bible: N and C reviewed all their memory verses (2 Timothy 3:16-17, Exodus 20:1-17, Psalm 1:1-4) and recited the books of the Bible. They learned about the fall of Jericho. We talked about how the people in Jericho might have reacted during the week leading up to the fall of their city. We talked about the significance of Rahab being found by the same spies she had hidden earlier.

Art/Science: Art and science collided this week. N, C, S, and H watched some YouTube videos on the Aurora Borealis. Then, they used pastel chalks on construction paper to create Aurora Borealis using the technique of smudging.

Music: N practiced her scales (G major and C major) and her lesson.

C (age 10):

Reading: C read a chapter of Little House on the Prairie. I read N and C The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles last night.

Bible: Combined class with N.

Art/Science: Combined class with N, S, and H.

Music: C practiced A, B, C, E, and all her chord transitions. She played while reading music. She’s continuing to learn to play songs that coming strumming with playing individual notes.

S (age 7):

Reading: S and I sang the alphabet song. She practiced her sight words by reading a chapter from her Dick and Jane collection. I read a chapter of Ramona and Her Mother to S and H.

Bible: S and H learned about the fall of Jericho.

Art/Science: Combined class with N, C, and H.

H (age 4):

Reading: H and I sang the alphabet song. She practiced her short vowel sounds and the /b/ and hard /c/ sounds. I read a chapter of Ramona and Her Mother to S and H.

Bible: Combined class with S.

Art/Science: Combined class with N, C, and S.

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