It was a good schooling and living day. 🙂
Archives for June 2012
tragical death of A, apple pye who was cut in pieces and eat by
twenty-five gentlemen with whom all little people ought to be very well
A was an apple pie
B bit it
C cut it
D dealt it
E eats it
F fought for it
G got it
H had it
I inspected it
J jumped for it
K kept it
L longed for it
M mourned for it
N nodded at it
O opened it
P peeped in it
Q quartered it
R ran for it
S stole it
T took it
U upset it
V viewed it
W wanted it
X, Y and Z (and amperse-sand) all wished for and had a piece in hand.
NOTE: the italics were added in the version that I read, but were not in the version found on-line.
He loved it.
I will probably read it again, and possibly if he’s up for it, get him to memorize it. 🙂 Time will tell. 🙂
At night I make a point of not just reading story books with my son. I do read story books, but I also make a point of reading different types of literature.
We read: a bible story, a chapter book, a primer, a fun book, a library book, and a story book. I also read a biography of some sort. we’ve done the rounds of missionary stories, the autobiographies I had in the house, some Canadian stories we found at the library and such forth.
Currently we are reading the following.
We just finished reading Billy Mink. This is part of The Dover Children’s Thrift Classics.
and have JUST started the adventures of chatterer the red squirrel
these books are just fun. They incorporate factual information so children learn, but they learn in such a way that it is just fun to read. The chapters are short and sweet making it really easy to stop. the lad needs to remember what happened the night before.
happy birthday bad kitty.
Just a fun read. my son loves this series of books.
Two books that I can’t find in amazon.
Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes. I had originally wanted to make this book part of our morning reading books, but it just didn’t fit and was often left out. Adding it at night means we’ll read it. and the lad is enjoying listening to the short poems.
Windows to the world is the primer that we are using currently. It is from the ABEKA line of readers. it’s a good book. Meant for older students, which makes it a great just listening to book. Some of the stories cause the lad to ask questions and sometimes he adds elements of them to his stories/pictures.
The great escape by farenhorst
this is our ‘true’ story book for this go round. We’ve read a variety of missionary stories, autobiographies, heroes of the faith type books. This one is a bit different as some are heroes-type stories, but many are just life stories that have a biblical truth in them. I am very much enjoying it, and it’s good to expose the lad to ideas bigger than himself and to give him ideas to ponder.
The sheer amount of frustration with facebook not allowing me to post my blog to it, annoys. so many of my posts will now be at my website http://anetintimeschooling.weebly.com/
I will still post things here, but more often will post at the website.