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Home School Life Journal ........... painting by Katie Bergenholtz
"Let us strive to make each moment beautiful."
Saint Francis DeSales

This Beautiful Moment, and Snaphot Summary, May 9-13 {week 31}

{this moment}
A Friday ritual. A single photo - no words - capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember. If you're inspired to do the same, leave a link to your 'moment' in the comments at SouleMama for all to find and see.
Snaphot Summary, May 9-13 {week 31}

9
Monday
Making up his own addition and subtraction problems.
Subtracting Signed Numbers.
Word Problems.
Outside play and discoveries.
German Red Cabbage and German Sausages for dinner.

10
Tuesday
Fun with Pascal's Triangle.
Reading
Spelling
Writing
Literature
Hamburgers on  Pretzel Rolls and  Potato Salad for dinner.
11
Wednesday
Postcard-Geography Album- Oregon
France in the Renasissance
French Explorers in North America
Bike Riding
Cocoa Kiss Cookies

12
Thursday
Michelangelo: St. Peter's Dome
To the Park to play with Friends
Asparagus Tart for dinner


13
Friday
Finished up all unfinshed work from the week
Checked on our homemade "geodes."
Experiment with The Coanda Effect

9 comments:

  1. Everytime I see a Woody doll, I swear it is really alive! LOL Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  2. I'm assuming that the photo is of something you discovered. What a funny one! I like to take photos of the little sculptures my little boy leaves around the apartment, such as these.

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  3. Neat photos! Your boys look very studious!

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  4. Always such GREAT hands-on learning! Thanks for stopping by and watching S's reading video. He's VERY excited that "the world" can see his video! LOL

    Jessy

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  5. The photos are fantastic! Looks like a great week!

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  6. The first photo is precious (they are all beautiful, btw). I love coming across little scenes like that and wondering about the journey they took to get there (and sometimes why they are still lying there several hours later, lol). Wonderful post!!

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  7. Looks like a busy and productive week!

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  8. How cool! I also use Charlotte Mason's philosophy for homeschooling! Love seeing how others apply it! :)

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  9. Oh, I love the Woody doll. We have an old Woody doll that still seems to travel with us where ever we go. For a while it lived in the bottom of my purse :) Thanks for linking up this week, have a great weekend.

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