Cycle 1 Week 10
Word of Encouragement Psalm 28:7
Family Presentation: The Gloser Family (share something you have learned, memorized, a recent field trip, or project in relation to what we have been learning)
Playground Monitor: Mrs. Jolley
Science: We will be studying the parts of a flower. You may bring in an interesting flower for your child to examine.
Fine Arts: Musical scale and simple tunes on Tin Whistle
Skill: Review: Confidence, Eye Contact, Volume, Articulation, Poise, Expression
Suggested Topic: Humorous Interpretation
Delight your audience with a funny story, poem or narrative joke. Memorize your story completely and use gestures or actions to enhance your presentation. Younger children can share a funny story and/or use props or pictures
EEL: Structure: Compound
Pattern: Subject- Verb Linking- Predicate Adjective (S-Vl-PA)
Part of Speech: Adjectives
Charts: L (Review C,D,G,K)
Math: Speed Drills, Board Slam, Games
IEW: Writing from pictures; "In The Colosseum with Lions"; Past perfect verb tense and question opener
**REMINDER- We will be meeting at Anna Hall's home this Monday evening (11/30) at 4:30 pm to watch the Pudewa videos. She will be providing food and you can bring your favorite dressing for salads. Please let me know if you did not receive the separate email from Anna with directions to her home.
This week, Erica has arranged for us to learn self-defense from Norbert's karate instructor during lunch. Please check the email she sent out to us recently with the permission slips.
Tutors, please come a few minutes early each week for prayer at 8:45 am. You are welcome to work on your boards before and after prayer. Also, please be in prayer over how you can serve our CC Community if you feel led to set up field trips, Christmas shoeboxes, parties or get-togethers, etc.
Thank you all for your grace, patience and understanding! I couldn't do this homeschool thing without you and I am learning so much from you all. You are all doing a fantastic job! With God's grace I hope that I can serve you all well this year.