Mary worked on y as the long e sound. (Those are syllable tags)
She read her beginner's reader Bible everyday and enjoyed it.
The boys are really enjoying Stowaway, featured last week. Peter, especially, enjoys all the naturalist content (a naturalist and his team are busy on this voyage). We began using The Young Naturalist--part of Core G Sonlight Science, and Peter began a science journal.
All About Reading Level 3 story
Some of Beth's "sculptures" using recycling materials.
More of Beth's creations
She prayed and prayed and this week, finally...a toad!
She looked at him through the magnifying glass.
And generally thought of him as a best friend.
I'm still in whole wheat/flax bread mode 5 to 6 days a week.
Dancing to the beat of our Christian station.
A great library book find from Paul. Kept him busy this week.
We were cheered by Compassion International letters this week.
On my blog this week:
Becoming a Romans 12 Christian, Part 1
Becoming a Romans 12 Christian, Part 2
Preach It, Son
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Scientists say child's play helps builds a better brain
How was your week, friends? Thank you for reading here and have a wonderful Memorial Day!