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June 19-25 Our Homeschool Weekly Report, week 30 Tradesmen

June 19-25

week 30
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  • Learned about Richard of Wallingford and looked at the stars and the planets Venus and Jupiter.
  • Learned about the food tradesmen would eat and made and ate waffles.
  • Played Blind-Man's-Bluff, obstacle course, game ball (sort of like football).
  • Made woodcut prints.
  • Learned about the different trades people had and wrote in history journals. Reviewed all the craftsmen we have seen.
  • Noticed and predicted weather without the use of modern devices.
  • Learned about Pilgrim's badges.
  • Solved tradesmen math problems. 


Sources and Resources: 
  • Time Capsule: Medieval History
  • Exploring Creation with General Science, Jay Wile
  • Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology, Fulbright and Ryan

We went swimming with friends...

We took a moment away from our game night to take pictures 
of the beautiful sky that came after a thunderstorm.
Quentin took this one.

and had a game night with friends.

What has your week been like?


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9 comments:

  1. The lung projects are awesome. What a wonderful teacher you are. The sky pictures are incredible.
    blessings, Dawn

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  2. That swimming picture, that is awesome!

    Tradesmans badges? What are these?

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    1. They are Pilgrim's badges and I plan to talk more about it soon!

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  3. I love Quentin's photo. Looks like you guys are having a lovely summer. We've been in the Greek islands this week, (Gerald Durrell's) Corfu & now (Captain Corelli's) Kefalonia. Have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. The Greek islands sounds wonderful!

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  4. Goodness, Phyllis, you have been very busy this week! I love the trades man costumes - did you make them? And I will definitely be trying out your lung model. My children thank you in advance for giving them an excuse to eat sugar!

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    1. No, we bought the costumes for the Renaissance Faire. They are quite welcome. :)

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  5. The sky picture looks amazing. We also had a very pretty sunset once this week, but nothing like this. The fullness of your weeks never stops to amaze me.

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  6. I'm so happy to see your summer moving along so nicely up there. That extra down time, making room for fun is so important. You always make things fun for your kids! Hope this week is going well :)

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