Sunday, February 24, 2008

Weekly plans

Here we go, the last week of February.
Princess and I will be following this schedule:
  • Monday 2-25-08 Quiet Day we are planning a quiet day here, staying in our jammies ,participating in Mom Unplugged's Group Project, maybe some baking.
  • Tuesday 2-26-08 Grand Canyon National Park Established in 1919/Fairy Tale Day we will be going to our homeschool group's open play date (unless canceled) and learning about the Grand Canyon a bit,read some fairy tales.
  • Wednesday 2-27-08 Longfellow's Birthday 1807/ Polar Bear Day we will be learning about polar bears and doing some polar bear crafts and reading a little Longfellow.
  • Thursday 2-28-08 DNA Discovered 1953 I am leaving this day open to read and maybe have an outside play date.
  • Friday 2-29-08 Leap Year Day We will have some fun with the "leap year" concept. I have sight words written on non skid shelf liners and I will have her "leap" from word to word and maybe just have some fun with our mini trampoline.


Mrs. Darling said...

Does that tree have snow on it?

Your schedule looks lovely!

Kate in NJ said...

Thank you Mrs D, yes..we finally got snow. ;-)

Rockin' Moroccan Mama said...

Oooh I will copy and do the leap year actvity as well. I also have a few other stuff we can leap as well.

Cher Mere said...

can I come over for Quiet Day?

Heather said...

Oh sounds like a great week. I have a book recomendation for you, its about the Grand Canyon. It is called "Grand Canyon--A Trail Through Time" by Linda Vieira. It is a great book about what you would see in a day at the Grand Canyon and some history about it. The book is written in story form (not reference book, like Sam likes). It is a really sweet book. enough book review for now. bye.

Angela said...

What a wonderful week. I love how you always get everything covered...a little scienc,e a little history, and lots of fun!

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