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Beginning to Look Like Christmas

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, as Robert Meredith Willson said in 1951. The Christmas tree is up; we put it up on St Andrew's Day, when I caved to the kids' request, and steeled myself to not... Continue Reading →

Bonfire Night Poem

This week, our mini topic is Guy Fawkes and Bonfire Night. We'veĀ been using Twinkl PlanIt for History, and I've attempted to tie in some Spanish with a simple practice worksheet for the first couple of lines of the traditional poem.... Continue Reading →

Today, we did spelling practice, individual reading, SPAG workbooks, Spanish tuition, Gus on the Go and HelloChinese language apps, and a simple pinyin worksheet I created recently. Praise (of the children) from the Spanish teacher was gladly received. The Grammar... Continue Reading →

Gus on the Go (Spanish)

Wednesday is usually Spanish day, in our homeschool. It's not all we do - we also did spelling practice, individual reading, and various workbooks - but a chunk of the day was set aside for Spanish tuition, and Spanish educational... Continue Reading →

"If at first you don't succeed, try, try, try again." - WE Hickson. Spanish, spelling, colouring, watching Dinosaur on DVD*, writing film reviews, and not answering in full sentences. Those pesky fragments are encroaching on noble sentence territory, and will... Continue Reading →

Stone Age Jewellery

We started the day by discussing Stone Age jewellery; what it was made from, what it looked like, and why people wear jewellery. We then designed and made our own necklaces from shells, wooden beads, and leather cord. To help... Continue Reading →

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