Books We Read, Homeschooling, Literature, Uncategorized

Our Afternoon Basket: What we read this week

Well, our morning basket didn’t remain as our morning routine for more than two days.

I learned very quickly that my kids are ready to get their seat work done in the morning.  It was hard to get them focused on seat work after a morning of reading and relaxing.  So we made a switch.  We do our seat work in the morning, and then after a break and lunch, we are ready to relax while I read.

I have really enjoyed our afternoon reading time and feel like we are remembering to fit in a variety of subjects and topics that we previously overlooked.

So what did we read this week?

Non-fiction: reading a little each day:

Our read-aloud chapter book: (grammar lesson using this book)

Vocabulary: reviewing and adding a few words each week:

Geography: South America is our focus for January

Poetry:

For Fun and learning:

A little fairy tale viewing: (Draw Me a Story – free on amazon prime)

Have a great weekend!

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Mary Wilson

Mary is a writer and mother to four kids ranging from elementary to high school.

She believes that creativity, laughter, and fun are the backbone for engaging and inspiring homeschools. You can find her encouragement and tips on this blog, Mary Hanna Wilson.

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