Sunday, February 17, 2008

Looking forward to the week ahead

  • Saturday , 2/16/08 marked the Anniversary of the opening of King Tut's tomb in 1923,so we will be reading about and doing crafts about King Tut all week.
  • Monday ,2/18/08 is President's Day ,so we will read about Presidents Lincoln and Washington and do some crafts as well.
  • Tuesday ,2/19/08 we will celebrate Pluto being discovered in 1930 (2/18).We will also try to attend our homeschool group's open play date.
  • Wednesday, 2/20/08we will celebrate the Anniversary of the day the Metropolitan Museum of Art opening in NYC in 1872 with fun books and a tour online.
  • Thursday, 2/21/08 is National Sticky Bun Day, we will try to make some.
  • Friday, 2/22/08 is Washington's Birthday, so we will bake a cherry pie and read a bit more about him and try to make our homeschool group's science play date.
We will also use our Making the Grade, Everything your Kindergartner Needs to Know.
I will post links and craft info as we do them, and the books we are using are on the right sidebar.

4 comments:

Cher Mere said...

Thanks for all the cool day information. You're such a treasure trove.

science worksheets said...

I can't believe I missed the anniversary of the opening of King Tut's tomb. When I was a kid I loved the pyramids and everything Egyptian. I thought it was so cool!
I will still have to get a lesson in, even though I am a few days late.

Mrs. Darling said...

Looks like a full week ahead!

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you all, we totally bailed on today's plan and went down the shore instead!

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