I haven't done a wrap up for quite some time.
We celebrated two holidays in February, Valentine's Day and Presidents' Day. This was the first year that I really made a point to do something for Presidents' Day. Of course, being us, we read some books. I wanted to make a craft, but that just didn't work out. I have only seen preschool crafts, so if someone has a great idea for next year, please share!
We went back to the Carnegie Natural History museum. This time we went through the polar life exhibit, which was pretty fun. The kids really loved the giant igloo. We also looked at animals and plant life. We've seen everything there now, so next time we're going to get one of the museum-provided kits. It comes with a scavenger hunt. That's pretty fun.
Goofy finished his Math-U-See Primer book. Hooray! Right now he's working through a subtraction workbook, and then he'll move onto Alpha. Or maybe he'll switch to Saxon. I don't know, in all honesty. I better make a decision about that.
Funny's new favorite school subject is grammar. She has her own book of Mad Libs, and she's using them to practice parts of speech. I picked up some Star Wars Mad Lib books for Scrappy to start soon.
Books read: March On!: The Day My Brother Martin Changed The World, What Presidents Are Made Of, Running Backs (Playmakers), My Senator and Me: A Dog's Eye View of Washington, D.C., Madam President, King Kong: Journey to Skull Island (I Can Read Book 2), The Silver Chair (Chronicles of Narnia)
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