I also started our new Bible reading schedule following the reading/ theme suggestions from Hubbard's Cupboard. It was also 'box' week--as we got two new boxes with homeschooling materials for the rest of the year (CLE Math and Intro to Classical Music).
With the weather changing into Spring (some days at least), I've made a renewed effort to spend time outdoors each day. My goal is an hour each day, but, this week it all depended on the weather. We went outside and played 4 days out of the week---and made our goal of an hour or over twice.
Okay back to our week---
Bible theme: Abraham from Hubbard's Cupboard
Devotional: O is for Obey Your Parents from 'Big Thoughts' devotional
The words to remember were: 'Even the octopus praises the Lord'
Our read alouds were Little Toot by Hardie Gramatky and A House for a Hermit Crab by Eric Carle
Also reading: In Which a House Is Built at Pooh Corner for Eeyore by A.A. Milne
|Collecting weeds...ahem..I mean a bouquet|
|Enjoying the backyard|
|her sweet bouquet|
|Little Bear is almost 2.|
|having snack outside|
|Reading about animals in the ocean|
|What is this?|
|....why it's a hotdog octopus of course;)|
|coloring their ocean animal puppets|
|Bud coloring his puppets|
|Sissy and her 'House for a Hermit Crab' puppets|
|Bud lined his up|
|finishing his last one|
|What a difference a day makes--outside with jackets and hats.|
|Little Bear sitting with Bud in time out;)|
|Working on phonics|
|the number chart that came with his math curriculum|
|Looking through his math activity book|
Ryan, Pam Munoz.
House for a Hermit Crab puppets
Mama Jenn's WTR illustration/narration sheets
Preschool Post @ Homeschool Creations
Weekly Wrap-up @ Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers