Reviewing our week: Dec 9

 

 This week

We managed to keep ourselves busy.  I had big plans for the week since I'm feeling much better than I have been.. .but learned that I still peter out of energy quickly and therefore lose focus and will to push onwards.

Independent learning


The Eastern Chipmunk:
Why we can't ship Nuclear Waste to the Sun.

Monday:



  • Daily smarts, Veritas History and Bible, and Teaching Textbooks.
  • Weekly visit with Gramma
  • 1/2 hour reading 
  • continued our reading of Cat of Bubastes.

 Tuesday: 

  • Daily smarts, Veritas History and Bible, and Teaching Textbooks.
  • 1/2 hour reading 
  • Out to buy two shelves, and then to find room for them in his room.
  • Organized lego


  • Made decision to sell his meccano and lego action figures as well as a few other toys
  • Look what we made today! (recipe coming next week)
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 Wednesday

  • Foodbank
  •  Daily smarts.
  • 1/2 hour reading 
  • Cleaning and organizing the lad's room (did all on his own)

Thursday

  •  Daily smarts, Veritas History and Bible, and Teaching Textbooks.
  • 1/2 hour reading 
  • Working on his story.   
  • Deciding there was more things in his room that needed cleaning and removing.

Friday

  • Plans were to have an art class...but snow hit.
  • So we started putting up my Christmas village.  We didn't get finished, but we got it started at least.  :)
  • And we had fun watching the birds.
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Word Prompt Posts.

Peace.
List.
White
Joy.  







Reviews:

Santa Based Christmas Books.
The Art of Beatrix Potter.
The Storybook Knight.
Art Series: Designing with Pixar.






Life and Faith:

Sunday Sermon: John: A Call to Repent
Hymn Study: Thou Didst Leave thy Throne
Do Not forget the Lord God. Continued study in Ezekiel 23
Recipe: My Pineapple Ham.   A family favourite
Ezekiel is a sign.  Continue study in Ezekiel 24
The Lad's delight in tidyness.  My lad requested I put up this post. :)
Field Trip: Kitchener Symphony


Linking up the following places:




 
Homeschool Coffee Break
Weird unsocialized homeschoolers
homeschool show and tell

6 comments

  1. I love your Lego bins! Seems like there is just never enough room to display all the sets... that apple strudel looks yummmmmm!!

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    1. Thank you. I'm actually hoping to tidy them up better next week

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  2. Great summary of all your learning adventures! See, I would have thought shipping waste to the sun was a good idea, if only it were possible. LOL Looking forward to the apple strudel recipe! Thanks for linking up with Homeschool Highlights!

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    1. I think the strudel recipe is posting on Wednesday Kym. And yes, I thought it was a bit surprising the waste to the sun idea. :)

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  3. We're big bird watchers over here. I'm amazed at all the places it has led my daughter since she first got interested many years ago.

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    1. we find it interesting watching the seasonal changes. This time of year and through the winter we see more nuthatches than at any other time of the year. The sparrows are always around, and in the spring we get white crested ones that seem to just pass through, staying about a week and then they are gone. Without the feeders we'd have never known.

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