Monday, February 4, 2013

Weekly Wrap-up

Sorry for the late update on our week.  I took a break and really relaxed this weekend after being on nurse duty with sick kids the past two weeks!  I did take tons of pictures and this week I would be posting a series of posts on the various topics we covered.  This post is just a general wrap up of our school week.  M was better but D was not quite herself this week.  We stayed home all week from all the various classes and co-ops, so the kids spent a lot of time in the school room and we worked on a lot of things.
This was little M proud after she build the tower using knobless cylinders.  She is so attracted to this work now!
Diagramming some sentences from First Language Lessons.  We often combine the lessons from that with our Montessori work and D loves to do this work.  It is always the first choice in the school room.
D worked on a lot of Noun cards.  The picture above is gender, but she also worked on Singular and plurals.  I created these cards a long time ago, but I recently switched around the organization and that made all the difference in the renewed interest!
D alternates between the bead chain and the Multiplication board to learn her facts.
She finished the last of the Subtraction Equations last week.  
Some Fraction Equivalences.
She worked on the Power of 2 Cube, Binomial Cube and Trinomial Cube together !
Later this week I will post about some recent artwork, our Microbes study and practical life work.


  1. Oooo...combining the diagraming with the FLL is a great idea. We were diagraming today and could use more practice. Would LOVE to see the grammar organization you have going on. She has BEAUTIFUL handwriting. Good job sticking with the cursive. You should see my boys' atrocious print...actually you probably will this week....

    1. Thanks! We often combine stuff! FLL with Montessori Diagramming, Montessori Math with RightStart and Singapore!

  2. What awesome work! You do a wonderful job of blending different programs! Thanks so much for linking up with Montessori Monday. I featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page:


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