Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Kindergarten - Day 21 and Day 22

I didn't get to blog yesterday because a storm blew out our power! So here's a quick update:

Prayers, pledges, and Bible time: Our story yesterday was about God calling Moses and Moses answering God's call.

Bible verse: Practicing Proverbs 20:11:



Poetry: Mother Goose rhymes: "The Milkmaid" and "I Saw a Ship A-Sailing". From the Llama book: "Shrew".

Language Arts: Letter R and months of the year. We also practiced the phonics of letters "c" and "k".

History: Talking about Moses, Passover, and the plagues. Brianna was completely intrigued by the plagues, so I may have to find an activity for us to do!

CSB: Hunter has a new thing! On Tuesday nights he goes with Stephen to Christian Service Brigade. It's similar to Boy Scouts except it is faith-based. He is loving it so far! I love hearing his stories of Bible time and Frisbee games. Next week apparently they are going to take a bike apart and put it back together. I'm so glad he's into something like this!

Day 22:

Bible story: We talked about the first two plagues and Pharoah making the decision not to do as God asked.

Bible verse and coloring a knight:

Vikings: We talked about the Vikings today and the things they ate and how they prepared meals. Bri colored a picture of a knight while we talked. Don't ask me why it's raining on him! She loves to draw pictures of rain!

Poetry: From Mother Goose: "Polly", "Ten O'Clock Scholar", "One Misty, Moisty Morning" and "Seesaw, Margery Daw". From Llama: "Foxes" and "North Pole".

Math: Finally starting to talk about time! This is still review stuff for her, but it won't be long before she's learning some new material!

Language Arts: We talked about traffic vocabulary today. This is somewhat review. She was able to tell me exactly what the right lane, left lane, yellow lines and white lines on the road mean. I was pretty impressed, considering we've never come out and said anything straight forward about those. We also talked about a bunch of road signs which made me feel like I was back in driver's ed.

The road she drew: (very curvy!)

Some analogy pages: She caught on to these right away. They are kind of like riddles, and she loves riddles!

Thank you, Dollar Tree for a new book with time and money worksheets! I'm telling you, Dollar Tree has all (okay, a lot) of your homeschooling needs!

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