|This is Annabelle tearing bread for our colonial bread pudding recipe (remember we're studying the colonial period in history). She kept getting so tickled over something.|
|Cracking the eight thousand eggs needed for bread pudding.|
|The final product. It was very yummy when it was fresh out of the oven. However, we all discovered we would have made lousy colonists because we were not able to eat it warmed up later. Yuck!|
|A page from Jeb's reading activities. He read a story about trolls.|
|Another page from the same lesson. I liked his troll...very scary!|
You may remember that my last post highlighted a lot of Henry's writing and it appears this time I took a lot of pictures of Jeb's writing. Take a look.
|After he found out his brother wrote an angry bird story, he had to do the same.|
|After he wrote this story we videoed him doing a weather forecast and sent it to my mom. He enjoyed that very much!|
|He got the idea for this story when we were studying skeletons in science.|
|And this is a sweet picture of him writing a secret story. He kept it covered the entire time he wrote. Once he was done, he let me read it. It was a cute story about his favorite teacher in school...ME!|
I don't have a lot of pictures of Henry's work, but I do have a couple. I should mention that Jeb is in some of these pictures as well because he has been asking to help teach Henry his lessons. It's funny to listen to because I can hear myself being repeated.
|This game is a brain teaser/logic game that he really enjoys playing. It's called Royal Rescue and even though the box says it's for 5 years old and up, it stumps me at times.|
Again, I only have one science picture.
Next time I am going to try to get more pictures for you. Especially of Bible. We do so many neat things during our Bible lessons but since I am always so hands on during those, I never think to get the camera out. But I will...one day.
Go here to get the verb activities for free.
Go here to see the School House Rock video about verbs.
Go here to see the verb video called Light, Camera, Action Verb on grammaropolis.com. We also looked at a little slide show about verbs on this site but some of it was way too advanced for his age.