Weekly Review: November 12-16

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Weekly Review: November 12-16

Postby lissiejo » Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:13 pm

Ok Girls,

What was YOUR week Like?

You can post:

a- A picture
b- A blog Link
c- A written synopsis
d- Your favorite memory
e- Anything you want that shares your HOD excitement!

Important Note: If you are linking us to your blog, please make sure it's not just a general link, but to your specific post of HOD. That way if someone reads through these a year from now they can find your share without needing to hunt!
Melissa (Pastor's wife in NC)

http://gracefilledhomeschooling.blogspot.com
Rose (12-years-old) - Revival to Revolution
Beth (10-years-old) - Creation to Christ
Grace (8-years-old) - Bigger Hearts for His Glory
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Re: Weekly Review: November 12-16

Postby lissiejo » Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:14 pm

http://gracefilledhomeschooling.blogspo ... 12-16.html

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

***Update: Here is our Thanksgiving week! We took the whole week off, but I thought it would still be fun to share the week in review!
http://gracefilledhomeschooling.blogspo ... 19-23.html
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Melissa (Pastor's wife in NC)

http://gracefilledhomeschooling.blogspot.com
Rose (12-years-old) - Revival to Revolution
Beth (10-years-old) - Creation to Christ
Grace (8-years-old) - Bigger Hearts for His Glory
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Re: Weekly Review: November 12-16

Postby my3sons » Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:48 pm

This week has been full of lots of wonderful moments together! My dc are well-placed in different HOD guides, but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy things HOD has planned together sometimes! Some things just lend themselves well to others jumping in on occasion. I try to let the kids each shine in their own guides because our dc are very far apart in ages and abilities, and they just feel so special being the 'star of the show' in their own guides However, we love to join together for things that lend themselves well for it. Listening to someone read poetry (especially their own) and clapping for them is a group activity where the others can become the audience cheering another on. Re-enacting a history story or a Biblical event can become a group event easily and is such fun to do together! DITHOR kickoffs and final projects offer another great way to join in together. Listening to each other's oral narrations can sometimes be entertaining, provided the person giving the narration enjoys it and likes to 'rise to the occasion.' Watching a science experiment someone is doing and letting them be the scientist showing what they learned is fun too! Listening to someone read something they have written into a microphone and ooing and ahhhing as they finish is neat too. :D Soooo, while all the dc did well in their own guides this week, this weekly review is to showcase the things they enjoyed together! :D

For DITHOR, we wrapped up our nonfiction genre with a museum exhibit of the Pony Express. Each of the boys made 3 index cards to describe the event they were exhibiting in our 'museum.' They then used their creativity to set up scenes acting out their descriptions. They read their cards, and showed off their displays as they did so! Even my dh thought it was pretty neat! :D You can see the shootouts, the exciting rides, the race to get the mail delivered, the people who tried to steal the mail en route, the object timeline of the changes in transportation that led up to the Pony Express, the labeled route, and the dangerous terrain of mountains and bandits! :D
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In MTMM, the boys enjoyed watching 'Professor Scientist Wyatt' as he has dubbed himself these days showcase the 'magical' turning of colors of chemicals in test tubes... many oohs and ahhhs from the little one especially! :D
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In CTC, the boys also loved hearing Riley read his Robert Frost poem. He then shared a fact about Robert Frost, shared what the poem reminded him of, and asked the audience to share their reflections...
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The kickoff for our next DITHOR genre of Folk Tales was a b-l-a-s-t!!! :D I let Wyatt chose the kickoff as it's his last year to do DITHOR, sniff, sniff. He picked the kickoff where I write certain events to listen for and accompanying actions for the boys do as they hear each event while I read the folk tale aloud. We used "How Droofus the Dragon Lost His Head." The actions are on the markerboard, and I snapped pictures of them doing each one - toooooooo cute and such fun! :D :D :D
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In CTC, all the boys enjoyed Riley's science experiment about how our ability to see and our ability to smell are inter-related and effect one another! They loved this tasty science experiment...
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Finally, in LHTH, the most moving one... we read in the Bible about The Last Supper and what Jesus meant when He spoke about His body being broken and HIs blood being poured out. The prayers the boys each shared after this were so reverent - they understood the seriousness of this and truly were so thankful for our Savior Jesus dying for us on the cross...
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If you read this far, thanks! I am sitting in a hospital room overnight with my dear, dear little Emmett who is so dehydrated from throwing up so many times from the flu that he has been hospitalized and put on an IV. I am dependent upon the Lord for his recovery, and would love your prayers. I hope you had a good week, and if your dc are healthy, give them an extra kiss tonight!

In Christ,
Julie
Enjoyed LHTH, LHFHG, BLHFHG, BHFHG, PHFHG, CTC, RTR, RevtoRev, MTMM, DITHOR, WG, WH, USI, USII
Currently using USI, RevtoRev (oldest son Liberty University Business Finance)
Wife to Rich for 24 years
Mother to 3 sons, ages 19, 16, and 12
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Re: Weekly Review: November 12-16

Postby LynnH » Tue Nov 20, 2012 11:42 am

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dd 22 college graduate and employed as an Intervention Specialist
ds 18 US2, Loved Preparing, CTC , RTR , Rev to Rev, MTMM ,WG, WH and US1
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Re: Weekly Review: November 12-16

Postby TrueGRIT » Tue Nov 20, 2012 11:42 am

Our review is actually for Nov 13- 20th (today).
Last week we had a sick 3yo who needed a lot of attention, so we worked 2 days this week.

In Bigger Hearts we got more done that I had thought. We went from Unit 11, day 4 - Unit 12, Day 4 Learning through History side.
The last part was because my son begged for more George Washington - his very favorite historical figure.
He also really enjoyed the John Audubon readings for Science and he even correctly guessed the noise in the mill in chapter 6.
He is beginning to get looking up words in a dictionary. Reading is not going so well this week, but overall is fine.

In LHFHG we did Unit 2, day 2 - Unit 3, Day 4
He is doing really well and it doesn't take us very long at all. Then we add in phonics which he gets some and not others. We also do more math because he is great at mental math and loves it. My favorite was when he said " Two 3's make 6 and 1 more is 7." I never taught him that! :D
Another favorite is Reddy Fox, all three children plead for more!

My 3yo we didn't do LHTH, but we did do the R&S workbooks at the beginning of the week before she got sick. Sometimes we only do the Bible Story.

Well, Have a blessed Thanksgiving!

Mikki

PS - Julie, I am sorry that your son is in the hospital. :( Last Thanksgiving out son was in there (until late Wednesday night), so I can empathize. We're praying for your family!
Mikki
Ds 12- tutoring
Ds 9- Preparing
Dd 7 - Beyond and ER's
Ds 2- LHTH (sort of)
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Re: Weekly Review: November 12-16

Postby KristinBeth » Wed Nov 21, 2012 7:00 pm

Hello ladies,

First, let me say that Julie, I pray that your sweet boy is healed soon.

I haven't been around much because I have been experiencing quite a bit of morning sickness. Quite by surprise, I am being blessed with a twin pregnancy (at age 39 when I thought I was done having children). :shock: :shock: :lol: So I've been a little too tired to blog and post. But I wanted to share my girls' projects today, because I think they're so cute. :D

Here is Hannah (age 3, will be 4 in Jan.) proudly showing her paper mosaic, of the rainbow of God's promise (LHTH Unit 2).

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I have a picture of her big sister posing just like this from 2 years ago.
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Here are both girls, showing the paper hearts they made today for big sister Lily's (age 6) Beyond Little Hearts project (Unit 6). Jesus makes our sinful hearts clean, as white as snow.

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The rest of the blog post is here: http://www.broomandcrown.com/2012/11/weekly-wrap-up-cleaning-house-and.html

I hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Kristin
Mom to two girly girls (7 and 5) and boy/girl twins born May 2013
Have used LHTH, LHFHG, Beyond
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Re: Weekly Review: November 12-16

Postby my3sons » Sat Nov 24, 2012 2:33 pm

Congratulations KristenBeth on your surprise twin pregnancy! May the Lord help you to feel stronger and less sick, and may He walk with you through this unexpected blessing! :D

Thank you, ladies, for praying for my dear little Emmett. Praise God he is now home and back to being his cheerful self, albeit a bit weaker. I never knew how good it would be to see him racing around again and slinging playdough everywhere! I just watched him for awhile for fun. Good health is such a gift! :D Thanks for thinking of my little Emmett in your prayers!

In Christ,
Julie
Enjoyed LHTH, LHFHG, BLHFHG, BHFHG, PHFHG, CTC, RTR, RevtoRev, MTMM, DITHOR, WG, WH, USI, USII
Currently using USI, RevtoRev (oldest son Liberty University Business Finance)
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Mother to 3 sons, ages 19, 16, and 12
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Re: Weekly Review: November 12-16

Postby rogmisbailey » Sun Dec 16, 2012 1:21 pm

This is actually for the last few weeks. Enjoy :)
http://mimishouse2005.blogspot.com/2012 ... pdate.html
Misty
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