1:Daily Scripture: Everyday we listen to Keys for Kids.
- October 25, 2010 "Do You Know Him?"
- October 26, 2010 "Do You Know Him? (Cont'd.)"
- October 27, 2010 "God's Training School"
- October 28, 2010 "Ready for Storms"
- October 29, 2010 "Pass the Salt"
- October 30, 2010 "Pass the Salt (Cont'd.)"
Memory verse: The Lord was with Joseph and that which he did, the Lord made it to prosper. Genesis 39:23
3. History/Geography: What does Halloween really mean how did it really get started why do we get free goodies on this night?There is so much to research and discuss.
4. Math: We usually use Saxon math but next week we will be doing anything that is Halloween to spice it up. They are excited that we are doing counting, subtracting, adding, multiplying, factoring and etc. Monsters and creatures.
5. Poem: We have been working on a poem this month and we will really be focused on it being learned! Poems and rhymes are so important to help with long term memory skills. The poem we choose is October's Bright Blue Weather by Helen Hunt Jackson. My kids always feel they have done something big to be able to say the poem or rhymes. The rhyme we will be working on is called Fraidie Cat by Clinton Scollard.
6. Literature: We usually do a lot of reading and narrating. This week we will find anything Halloween related to read and do. We will make puzzles and mini books, word searches and so on the sky is the limit!
7. Artist and Musician Appreciation: Well some things don't change we will continue to learn about Edgar Degas -1834-1917 and Igor Stravinsky-1882-1971.8. Art: anything we find really what ever they choose we have so many web sites to choose things! I also use some of these sites to put weekly lessons together! There are so many but here are a few!
- DLTK'S KIDS
- Enchanted Learning
- All free Crafts
- A to Z teacher stuff
- incredible art Department
- Ed Helper
- ABC Teach
- Abbigale: Pebbles Flintstone
- Lileigh: Pippi Longstolking
- Makenzee: Strawberry Shortcake
- Jon: Outlaw Bank Robber
Blessings~Hold on, man. We don't go anywhere with "scary," "spooky," "haunted," or "forbidden" in the title. ~From Scooby-Doo