|Snapshot Summary-November 28-December 2|
After doing problems in this way for some time, he can now write division problems on a piece of paper with a smaller typical division matrix and understand what all the parts represent.
In our study of the Revolutionary War this week, we learned about Washington's crossing the Delaware river for a surprise attack against the Hessian forces at Trenton New Jersey.
We finished Little House on the Prairie this week and so we did some appropriate pioneer activities.model of a covered wagon for the boys to play with and imagine pioneer adventures.
We made paper quilt squares.
We started reading Farmer Boy.
We added West Virginia to our Postcard-Geography album, and we ate pepperoni rolls.
Katie planned and help the boys with a message-in-a-bottle project in which they decorated bottles, wrote notes, seal the bottles and set the afloat.
We investigated the question of what temperature measures by seeing the effect of changing temperature.
nature exchange with another blogger in Southern California.
For our picture study, we compared two of Vermeer's paintings, The Geographer and The Astronomer with a venn diagram.
They opened the advent envelope and found a little activity book.
They wrote and mailed letters to Santa.
Watched The Nutcracker and made paper Nutcrackers.
Went to get the Christmas tree.