On Wednesday, N had a Singapore Math review of her own (have I mentioned how very long these reviews are?)
N - Singapore Math 4A:
And then, once she's done with the review, there are exercises...
Phew! While N was doing all that math...
G did the hundred board (for the second time!). I was reminded of this comment from Discovering Montessori: "I love when [the children] repeat the activities! It allows mastery of the materials and it shows me that they are enjoying themselves."
Hmmm, something's not quite right:
G - reading and writing:
G - listening activity from preschool (this one was cool because it focused on the function of objects -- after she had cut out various objects, I would say, "Find something you write with and glue it to the table"; "Find something you write on and glue it to the desk"; etc.):
E - Little People:
S - Spelling Workout A, finishing up Lesson 22:
S - Spelling Workout A, Lesson 23:
S - Singapore Math 2A:
S - Pythagoras Board:
S - fraction insets:
S - Zaner-Bloser Handwriting 2M:
Finally, when N was done with all that math, we did a little history (I read aloud a chapter of Story of the World, Vol. 4).
S - Story of the World Coloring page:
N - Story of the World coloring page:
For art, we discussed this painting by Van Gogh, and then the girls painted their own interpretations...