Home School Life Journal

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

March 20-26, 2015 Our Homeschool Weekly Report, week 21

March 20-26

week 21
This week was a mixture of review and learning new things.
This week we learned about Bolivia for World Geography and Culture. 
We learned about the Anglo-Saxons in our Medieval history studies. (post coming)
We reviewed our English work (The Logic of English).

Alex finished his two-panel "mural" of the world as sort of a final exam in his painting studies.
We played math games for review.

Quentin and James wrote in their science journals about the scientific method. We finished up our plans for our rocket experiments at our co-op (post on that coming) and began making them.

We also rehearsed our play, Keeper of the Tales at co-op.

This week also had Purple Day or Seizure Awareness Day. We are blessed to have our epileptic children's seizures under control, but not all children do. Learn more about seizures at Faith Hope and Love or at This Simple Home. 

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  1. We enjoy Medieval studies. Can't wait for your post on that one. Thanks for sharing, I'm visiting from Weekly Wrap Up.

  2. What a great week. I never heard of purple day. I had childhood epilepsy and it took several years for the doctors to get it under control. I am glad your kids are doing so well.
    Blessings, Dawn

  3. Oh, I love the mural! Great job!

  4. MMM!! The corn is making me think of summer! Love the painting of the world and it looks like play practice is going well! Thanks for the mention. I appreciate that!

  5. I just heard of purple day for the first time this year, it was rather interesting.

  6. As always your food looks yummy! T will be very interested in your rocket post, as rocketry is one of his hobbies.


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