First, let me apologize for the lapse in blogging here. It's been quite a month and a half. Nothing drastic, really, just very, very busy for me at home and at work in so many ways. We all had a virus for a couple of weeks, too. We HAVE been learning, and even doing 'formal' learning activities. I'm not really going to try to cover everything that happened in the last six weeks. I'm just going to start from here.
Robin has been using Saxon Math K. He is getting a lot more familiar with the days of the week and the months of the year. Nothing we've done so far other than that has been at all challenging to him, really.
Robin is getting a lot clearer on his alphabet. Some days we use the Kumon wipe-off cards I got for him to practice with. Some days we sing the alphabet song. And yesterday I started teaching him the Sign alphabet. I figure a variety of learning modalities is always a good thing. We attend Storytime at the library regularly, and read at home regularly, too.
We have read some books on geographic topics, including one about Japan recently.
There have been some interesting discussions of anatomy and physiology with the births of two cousins.
Robin continues to be very active! We walk/bike/scooter regularly and Robin recently upgraded to a 16" wheel bike. He is going ice-skating today! We participated in an effort to get the most children doing jumping jacks for one minute at a time.
The library Storytime one week had a section that for some reason included a fire safety lesson on what to do if you are on fire - Stop, Drop, and Roll!
We had a magazine about fungi recently and Robin collected a variety of fungus from the woods around us and photographed them for posterity. On the same day we baked fresh bread, and observed the action of the yeast (fungus!)