Robin got excited about fishing this week. He watched a bunch of fishing videos on YouTube, insisted that we buy fish when we went grocery shopping and then again later in the week, cooked said fish with some help, ATE said fish, and also made himself a fishing spear out of a piece of bamboo we had sitting around.
All the kids attended their Religious Education class (on mindfulness), and sang in church.
Many forts were built, games played, and exercise done. We went swimming.
W read independently. R read more of the Fly Guy series and the Bob Books, and wrote some sentences. D continued reading the Bob Books. J used the alphabet Bob Books.
I read to them:The Wolf Girls: An Unsolved Mystery from History by Jane Yolen
How Many Kisses Do You Want Tonight? by Varsha Bajaj
Seeds of Freedom: The Peaceful Integration of Huntsville, Alabama by Hester Bass
Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder
How to Read a Story by Kate Messner
Wild Ideas: Let Nature Inspire Your Thinking by Elin Kelsey
I am Blop! by Hervé Tullet
I'll Never Share You, Blackboard Bear by Martha Alexander
W mastered (?) long division and continued working with LOF: Fractions. R continued working with LOF: Honey. D continued working with LOF: Apples.
W continued listening to the podcast about the Supreme Court. We all discussed current events, and historical events.
This week included 5 'days of instruction'.