Have you ever tried to run away from taking your punishment? Well, I won't bore you with examples from my life, but learning discernment and that our actions have consequences are great lessons for littles to learn.
Our mornings began with (and this is what we do every week):
- Calendar time-- we write the day and date and Tyler makes the date in change.
- Day of the week copywork
- All About Spelling sound review
|Enjoying our story outside at a nearby pond.|
For this row we did multiple subjects each day, so I am just going to share this row by subject categories:
Social Studies/ Geography: I had packed Tyler's suitcase with books we would be using for the row and gave him his very own Passport! (Not real, of course!). After we "flew" around the kitchen a few times, we landed in China. We colored the Chinese Flag and found China on our world map. We also talked about the Yangtze River (that is where Ping lived), looked at pictures of the river online, and noted that it is the longest river in China.
Science: Tyler performed a Sink vs. Float experiment and we read a book called, "Ducks Don't Get Wet" and did the experiment in the back (this idea also came from Delightful Learning in fact, ducks don't get wet because their feathers are covered with oil! We made a Duck Facts booklet from HSS, too.