Friday, March 16, 2012

Weekly Recap: March 12-March 16, 2012

This week we learned more about Lewis and Clark, the Industrial Revolution and Napoleon. 

We prepared and ate some Native American dishes.  The venison and rice was a hit even though we substituted beef.  The sauce was delicious.  The Indian pudding also got a big thumbs up.  The pumpkin and corn soup was much appreciated by the chickens.

We celebrated pi day with an apple pie.  We worked on telephone manners, fractions, algebra, Latin and finished our study of The Psalms.  We spent as much time as possible outside. 

High - Almost done with math workbook.
Low - Grammar

High - Finished Life of Fred Fractions.
Low - I don't really have a low this week.

High - This week and last week have been really good weeks for me.  I got my work done fast and easily.
Low - The rain yesterday.

High - I've ordered many of our books for next year.  It's good to know what we'll be doing.
Low - Struggles with whining and staying on task.  I'm struggling with this and so are the kids.


  1. Looks like a terrific week. We always enjoy being able to add food to our weekly studies.

  2. We recently did traditional indian pudding out of the SOTW guide. It was hit and miss with my family.