Drumroll please, for what we did in school this week:
Memory Work - We worked on the poem from FLL, and Egyptian Pharaohs and Dynasties and for some reason she doesn't like to say Queen Hapshetsut.
Phonics - We learned about the apostrophe and plural words adding es and ies.
First Language Lessons (FLL) - We learned about the nouns of our address and postal code. She already knew the address, but postal code was a new concept for her.
Writing With Ease (WWE) - This week was split into two different stories. Davy Crockett and Sacagewea. The improvement of her handwriting is getting quite noticeable but you have to remind her to slow down and take her time doing it otherwise is looks a mess and her letters float.
Latin (SSL) - We still focused on the sit, stand, write and repeat commands and today and yesterday were complete review days from the start of the book to where we are currently.
Math - Flash cards and drill sheets, flash cards and drill sheets.
French - Days, months and weather terms. We review these everyday and she can now answer basic questions about "What day is it?" or "What is the weather today?". I also picked up the French/English library book we had on hold. It is form the language learning storybook series and she loves these. Each page has the English part at the top with the french translation at the bottom. There is a pronunciation guide at the back and after a few weeks she generally has the whole thing memorized.
History - In history we studied The First Cities of India and The Mystery of the Mohenjo-Daro.
She calls this look her turtle neck smile. The turtle neck while doing map work.
Science - Barn/farm animals was our focus this week. We studied the pig, cow/bull and the goat.
Our farm diagram.
Art - For art we skipped the actual art lesson planned and she ventured out on her own and made a pirate ship for her dad for his birthday.