We didn’t do any ABFIAR, except that she did finish reading John Audubon: Young Naturalist. Next week hopefully we can find the end of this rabbit trail and return to Hitty.
Mei is a hoot. Tuesday night we went to family night at a Chik-Fil-A where they have a young lady who paints little things on the children. Mei said that she wanted to get something on her face this week. Well, she definitely got something on her face.
|We added the ears back at my house.|
I can’t talk Duncan into a little alligator on his arm, but Mei comes back to the table painted as a dalmation!
This week for memory work we reviewed our material and continued to work on the witches’ chant from Macbeth (Double, Double Toil and Trouble). Science was our only new memory work this week.
What are the three main parts of a comet?
Nucleus, Coma, Tail
Saxon 65- Lessons 27-31 (some at my house, some at hers)
John Audubon : Young Naturalist
Daily Handwriting Practice Contemporary Cursive
Music of the Hemispheres pp.18-25
The Random House Book of Poetry for Children (selections from)
Gombrich’s A Little History Chapter 14
assembled Panda minibooks
Great Wall of China by Adele Richardson
Great Science Adventures- Lessons 19 and 20 (Comets and Meteors)
Watched comet and meteor videos at howstuffworks
Watched Bill Nye’s Comets and Meteors
Mei also worked in The Everything Kids’ Learning Spanish Book.