On today's homeschool menu:
Singing "Holy Holy Holy" (not the Heber hymn, the Schubert Sanctus that I learned during a brief stint in the Presbyterian Church of Canada)
Singing "Ontari-ari-ari-o" (we usually sing something Canadian on Friday mornings)
Online math game
Reading about William Tyndale in Makers of the English Bible
Short keyboard (music) lesson
Plutarch's Life of Dion, half of lesson 4. King Dionysius keeps the philosopher Plato trapped in his palace in Syracuse, and sends Plato's older friend Dion off to Greece, because he wants Plato to be his (and only his) best friend forever. 300ish B.C. is not that far removed from the experience of some ten-year-olds!
(short break here)
Picture study: Mary Cassatt, Woman and Child Driving.
Cursive writing practice
Silas Marner, most of chapter 10, and written narration
Lunchtime: reheated minestrone, bagels, and Magic Milkshakes (Mama Squirrel recently received the lovely gift of a Ninja blender, so we're making things we haven't had for awhile)
Helping shovel snow, and sliding down our hill
And it's the weekend!