Monthly Archives: January 2008

Weather lapbooks… DONE!

Here are the completed lapbooks: My DS did his on Extreme Weather, so his included Blizzards, Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Tsunamis, Extreme Heat, Lightning Storms, and Typhoons. My youngest was all too eager to ham it up for the camera, with her … Continue reading

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Weather Lapbooks complete (mostly)

My crew tuckered out before putting the finishing touches on their fabulous Weather lapbooks! I’ll post photos as soon as they are TOTALLY finished! Ah, nothing like a sense of accomplishment!

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Proud Mommy moment!

My daughter gave her first talk on the day she turned 6! She was so nervous, and practically ate the microphone, but she didn’t miss a beat with her part! Just wanted to share.

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Art History 2 – Mosaic

In continuance of our study of Art History, we learned about Mosaic art. I had always thought that the name, Mosaic, was so named because Moses had broken the first set of 10 commandments into tiny pieces (Exodus 32:19). Through … Continue reading

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Art History 1 – Renaissance

Our history study this month has been Art History. We started with the Italian Renaissance. Last week, we were looking through a book of famous Paintings, including the Mona Lisa and the Sistine Chapel painting. Inadvertently, while looking at the … Continue reading

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Weather Month

January is Weather Month for Science. I was trying to find a unique approach to Science, so I got ideas from the Bible’s account of The Creative Days~ Day One – Light & Shadow (Gen. 1:3-5) Day Two – Weather … Continue reading

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