This is Baylee being stubborn at Walmart. So, we thought we would just walk off any leave her.
Baylee has had a pretty good week using the new Abeka materia. She is still struggle in Spelling, but I think she just needs to study more. Her reading comprehension is great. She got A's on both her Language and Reading Quiz for this week. Yippie!!!
She had her first History Test with Abeka, also. She did good on it too; she got an 88. She seems to be really enjoying the textbook method. It just seems like she is getting so much more from her school work. We also started covering the Ancient Middle East.
She never has any trouble in Science. She has been reading about insects. She also went to Sci Quest this week, and they studied cells. Here are some pictures:
|This is a cell.|
Baylee is making good grades in math as well, but I think she needs a little more work on her multiplication. I am thinking about using Math-U-See over the summer to give her a little boost.
Molly has had a good week too.
She continues to do good in her physical science class. I hope she likes chemistry as much as she does physical science, next year. She is studying about electromagnetic waves this week.
Molly is still working in the Analytical Grammar book. Grammar use to be her weak subject, but she seems to really be catching on now. This week she is working on helping verbs.
She has started reading To Kill A Mockingbird. At first she did not like it, now it is just okay. This coming from a girl that LOVES to read. When she gets grounded, it is from reading. I hope as the book progresses she will enjoy it more.
She also took her first history test, and made a 90. Woohoo!!! Once again, she is loving the textbook method. She is now covering the Fertile Crescent.
She is moving along in Algebra 1, but sometimes I am afraid she is not retaining everything that she is learning. I may use Math-U-See's Algebra text for her this summer just to make sure. I have heard a lot this week about making sure that their Algebra facts are firm before moving on. It has me a little worried.
Molly is making oatmeal cookies for a party tonight.
Guess who gets to clean up the mess?
We have our spring piano recital coming up, and the director over the school has asked Molly to sing at it. The recital is in May, and Molly is already getting nervous over it.
Baylee has been asked to do an impromptu speech with 2 other girls at the Debate / Speech Parent meeting.It is so funny how ones weakness is another ones strength. Baylee loves speech and performing in front of people, and it terrifies Molly. Molly has gotten better since she has started taking Speech, but she still has a long way to go.
Both girls are reading Mark in the Bible. We are also working on the suggestions from the Doorpost Blog. They have been great, and I could really tell a difference in the girls last week.
To get back to the Weekly Wrap-Up ........