Friday, October 14, 2011

Week 8: A brief look

I've reached my storage limit in Picasa Web Albums and don't have time to rummage through it today to find pictures to delete, so this report will be very brief and sans pictures this week.  Sorry.

Jessie - 7th
  • finished the text portion of the third chapter on a combination of measurements and word problems
  • learned about noun clauses in R&S and had it reinforced in CW Diogenes
  • began reading The Nine Tailors by Sayers for Omnibus secondary
  • completed her 4th CE lesson and regular logic exercises
  • knocked out the 9th Latin chapter and the unit 2 reading and test this week.
  • sailed through the accusative case in EG2 because of its similarities to Latin grammar
  • scraped through another Life Science test and began learning about genetics
Violet's 5th grade
  • spent the entire weekly working through the IP section on double digit multiplication and division with steady improvement in her computational accuracy.
  • continued reading Around the World in 80 Days by Verne
  • wrote paragraphs for R&S and passed another spelling test
  • rewrote "The Prodigal Son" for CW and began working on the six sentence shuffle technique
  • continued working on 3rd person Latin pronouns in LfC B
  • learned more about sound waves in God's Design science
Benny's 2nd grade
  • completed his IP section on addition and subtraction and began working on multiplication tables in Miquon
  • is still listening to / reading Egermeier's Bible Story Book, Five Children and It by Nesbit, and A Lion to Guard Us by Bulla.
  • learned plural pronouns in FLL and completed writing "The Shepherd" for copywork.
  • continued practicing his states.
  • got another week off on science.
History for all:
  • Everyone learned about the colonies of Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Delaware.
  • Jessie and Violet read a combination of The Story of the Thirteen Colonies by Guerber and The Story of the Thirteen Colonies  by Alderman and did a combination of outlining and summarizing.
  • Benny read portions of The Colony of Maryland by Coleman, The Colony of Connecticut by Whitehurst, The Colony of Rhode Island by Whitehurst, and The Colony of Delaware by Whitehurst.
  • We ran short of time Friday and will complete the maps and notebook pages next week.
Henry's Preschool
  • I didn't have a theme for this week planned so we just read books from our shelves.
  • He spent all of his free time shadowing DH, who was off for the week after working a ton of overtime the previous three weeks.

3 comments:

My name is Tiffany said...

Seems like a great week even without the pictures.

Daisy said...

I love all the books you are reading. Great choices. I need to go look at Omnibus again. I keep dipping my toes in, but haven't jumped into the water yet.

Little Badgers Academy said...

I just wanted to let you know that I have awarded you with the Liebster award!