Apparently I’m a week behind. 🙂 It occurred to me on Friday that I never published my posts from last week. So, I’ll just combine them this week.
Monkey had a really busy week last week…in addition to schoolwork, she also switched to a new gym for gymnastics and had to to try-outs to find out what class she will be in. She also tested for her next Tang Soo Do belt! Monkey did very well at both–she’s such an athlete!
Monkey practicing at home for her tryouts.
Doing some bar work during her tryouts
Monkey at her Tang Soo Do belt test.
Here are some pictures of Bug and Monkey’s time in the school room the past few weeks!
For Mardi Gras, we brought out all the mess and dazzle we could. 🙂 The girls making purple, yellow, and green collages with glitter, feathers, and confetti.
Monkey so happy to get to play with the glitter!
The kids also observed the first week of Lent. Here, Bug's looking at a picture from the Children's Catholic Bible about Jesus and the crown of thorns. Then, using some clay and toothpicks, she's making a replica of the crown of thorns.
We also started Operation Rice Bowl with the kids. Last week was Madagascar.
On Friday, we make a meal from the country we learned about. This is Vary amin'anana --a dish native to Madagascar.
Everyone in the family also wrote out their Lenten promises.
We also started the pre-k level of All About Reading. Here, the girls are making letter A's with wiki sticks.
Bug chatting with the zebra from the All About Reading kit
Painting blueberries on the letter B beehive.
Bug practicing her beading.
Using vegetables and tempura paint to stamp pictures and shapes.
Monkey also wanted to learn how to load the dishwasher. She decided she really likes this job!
Bug also decided she wanted to work with duplos this week (all the kids did a lot of work with legos after their schoolwork was done.) This is her first creation--an airplane!
Bug watercolor painting.