At the end of this week, we'll be halfway through the school year. Seriously. Right now, weatherwise, it doesn't ever seem like it's going to be hot June, much less mild March or April, but we will have faith. I think we'll call this year The Long, Long Winter.
Today's school plans:
The Accidental Voyage: Discovering Hymns of the Early Centuries, by Douglas Bond. ages 169-178. "'The sea may kick up her heels a trifle,' said Mr. Pipes. He scanned the blue expanse all around them. 'A blow could follow a calm such as this....However, no sense our worrying over the future; we are in God's hands, my dear, not some storm's.'"
Read some Coleridge. Choose memory work.
Math: finish algebra unit this week. We read part of a lesson on TheMathPage.com, about removing parentheses and brackets; Mama Squirrel found a similar online exercise, for practice, on the MathIsFun website.
Exploring Creation Through General Science: finish up the geological units this week if we can.
One page of The Easy Grammar Plus, on verb tenses..
French history: start working on the Crusades.
Book of Centuries
Sewing: doll panties with elastic, for Kit. (Good job, Dollygirl!)
Tonight: swimming lesson.
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