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This video is disturbing; however, it is totally worth understanding that your food doesn’t magically appear.  That chicken sandwich came from abused chickens. 

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Monday
No School

Tuesday
History/Social Studies-Read Use a Land and Resource Map (pgs. 70 & 71) from States and Regions ; Vote!; A New World is Discovered from My Fun with Learning;
Quiz (www.BookAdventure.com)-Vote!;
Language Arts-Pgs. 15 & 16 from Reading Comprehension
Math-DVD Lesson 17 Worksheet pgs. 17A and 17D
Reading-
Dear Zoo, Sam Who Never Forgets, Cow in the Rain
Science-Read Developing New Kinds of Plants (pg. 51) from Discover Science and Thomas Jefferson pgs. 27-29 from Science in Colonial America

Wednesday
History/Social Studies-Movie: Just the Facts: Executive Branch of Govt., SDS American Government: Vol. 1
Girl Scouts-Put together the Humans and Habitats Lapbook

Thursday
History/Social Studies-Movie: Just the Facts: Legislative Branch; Read Lesson 5 pgs. 72-74 from
States and Regions; What Presidents are made of, The Voice of the People
Language Arts-Pgs. 17 & 18 from Reading Comprehension
Math-Math-U-See-Lesson 18 DVD and pgs. 18A and 18D
Reading-
The Teddy Bear, The Mother’s Day Mice, Where’s Henrietta’s Hen?, Ellsworth, Sebastian’s Roller Skates, Peter’s Pocket
Quiz (www.BookAdventure.com)-
What Presidents are made of, The Mother’s Day Mice
Science-Read Jefferson Studies Ancient Bones (pgs. 30-35 from
Science in Colonial America

Friday
History/Social Studies-Movie: SDS American Government: Vol. 2;

Language Arts-Pgs. 19 & 20 from Reading Comprehension; Lesson 3 Spelling Activities and Test
Math-Math-U-See-Worksheet pgs. 18B & 18E
Reading-
Robert and the Clickety-clackety Teeth
Science-Movie: Plant; Read Lesson 5 from
Discover Science and Astronomy: The Search for Respect (pgs. 36-38) from Science in Colonial America

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My daughter and I have just finished listening to book 2 of 3 in the Moongobble and Me series by Bruce Coville.  It is a 3rd grade level book; however, while listening to it, I know that younger children will be able to comprehend it.  The lessons are very cool – – and worthy of additional discussion.  The three books in the series are: The Dragon of Doom, The Weeping Werewolf and The Evil Elves.  (The titles are more sinister sounding than the actual stories….so, please don’t judge these books by their titles!!!)

I hope you enjoy them as much as we are!!  HAPPY READING!!

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Gold Medal Flour (from Betty Crocker) is offering TWO different cookbooks for kids.  According to the PDF Order Form, you can only order until December 31, 2008.  Each book is only $3.99.

The Alpha-Bakery Children’s Cookbook

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“The Alpha-Bakery Children’s Cookbook teaches kids the ABC’s of cooking. Inside you’ll find recipes for breads, cakes, cookies, desserts, main dishes and snacks. Fun activities, tips on measuring ingredients and kitchen safety are included, too.”

The Rainbow Bakery Children’s Cookbook

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“The Rainbow Bakery Children’s Cookbook makes learning how to cook a “color-full” adventure! Just follow the rainbow through the cookbook to find recipes for breads, cookies, cakes, pies and main dishes. A Food Guide Pyramid, kitchen tips and fun activities are also included.”

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As of February 14, 2008, Book It! (r) has opened it’s enrollment to Homeschoolers!!  YEAH!!  Thank You, Book It!

You can enroll NOW for the 2008/2009 school year.  All the festivities kick off ono October 1, 2008. 

I don’t wanna have to wait until then, in order to reward Boo for all her hard work.  I printed off the “Reading is Yummy” Reproducible, and will use it as our mothly goal form.  If she can read 10 books ON HER OWN TIME, I will take her out for a personal pan pizza each month. 

Anyway, if you are interested, just head on over to their site: Book It! for more details!  ENJOY!!

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Over at The Heart of the Matter, they are featuring their weekly Meme.  This week’s (well, actually last weeks) Meme is: Where do you homeschool?

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On Tuesday’s we have started going to a homeschool group.  However, when we are home, we use the whole house – – but, we spend the majority of our time in the dining room. 
Most of the time, when we read together, we do so on the living room couch.  When we listen to online stories, we will snuggle together on my bed. 
Lifeskills, cooking and science experiments are done in the kitchen. 
Our storage consists of the buffet in the dining room, the book case my Dad made (7 foot by 7 foot) and lots of plastic containers (some on rollers). 

Here’s a peek into where we do our thing…..

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My friend Becky, at Home Sweet Homeschool, alterted me to a freebie from the Simply Charlotte Mason website.

Three of Charlotte Mason’s key ideas are presented in this FREE e-book, called, “Education Is an Atmosphere, a Discipline, a Life.”  If you are at all interested in the CM method – – or just want to find out more…..run on over and check it out.

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