Another great day!
Breakfast RA – again from Saints for Everyday for Young Readers – St. Elizabeth Bichier.
Morning Prayers and Devotions – prayed a rosary decade chosen by Sean-Paul – The Crucifixion
Listening – as everyone sat down to lunch I turned on this CD and we all listened with intent to Scottish Fantasy, it’s beautiful! Had good discussion of what we liked and about violinists in general!
Lunchtime RA – another 2 ch’s from Mitchell’s! Only 2 more to go!
Violet: Math – converting fractions to percentages, plus drill and mental math
Latin- Day 2 of her Lesson 16
Grammar – Day 3 of her Lesson 15; pre-writing of an Interpretaion of a poem.
Handicrafts – Knitting!
Matthias: Piano – about 25 minutes before breakfast, started his new charting.
Math – Finished yesterday’s lesson
Latin – continuing with review lesson
Grammar – Beginning a Redwall copybook and chose a selection from Outcast
Seamus: Math – Golden Bead work, review of decimal system and he worked making his own numbers and showing them to me with the wooden number cards.
Practical Life – He was excited to see Sean-Paul peeling carrots and asked if he could be next, SURE!
Language – reviewed presentation/lesson The Article Game of the "a" and "the" in both upper and lower case. He made up his own sentences with the appropriate case with the cards and objects 🙂 Then he went through about half of the Pink Sentences cards, he’s really done with the Pink Series, time to go BLUE!!!
Sean-Paul: Practical Life – First time peeling carrots, he loved this and did about 3 or 4!
Pre-Math – chose Snap Cubes again, then I presented a Button Sort lesson with four each of four different buttons for him to sort into dishes. He whipped right through this about 3 times!
Naptime RA – There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly, always hysterical! **(Note to self, need to put up a side bar of SP’s favorite books)
Daddy out of town tonight, Lemon Chicken with Penne Pasta, Honeydew chunks for dinner! RA another ch of the Mitchell’s!
Violet and I watching Miss Potter tonight 🙂