Another day list... maybe I'll do one a week.
7.45a - G&T book; math - missing numbers in equations
single digit addition drill,
making tens worksheet from Math Spheres.
making 2,3,4,5,6 (multiple ways)
-----somehow we turned into P.E. before I noticed, and then back to math, and then back to P.E.
80 jumping jacks, 1:20 tripod headstand
reading 50 states names happened several times in there, too.
8:45a - break
9:00a - dragon craft - construction paper and tube .. I should get a picture of it, it is cool.
9:30 - Spanish lesson Phrases Duolingo - She is now finished with Level 2
10:00 - reading: "Oranges", Zack Rogow
10:15 - break
1.30p - reading: "Big Chickens" : Leslie Helakoski
1.45p - reading: "Backyard Bestiary", several entries, it is a long book
2p - reading: "The Cloud Spinner: : Michael Catchpool
2.15p - review state names
2.30p - walking outside
2.45p - done
When I got home she was doing a program called Snail Bob which is a lot like the IQ ball game she used to play in Kindergarten. It is problem solving and doing things in the right order to achieve a goal. She was on level 22 by the time it was getting where she had to think very hard to get it right.. and it was late.
I've planned a patriotic song for her Social Studies tomorrow and am about to go collect up a few more worksheets for her math. The next steps are decomposition of numbers by groupings (making friendly numbers) and also by place value. I'll focus on a bit more graphing exercises next week.
I'm not that much into their Common Core, but I can see some
utility in this exercise and thinking about numbers in different ways. I couldn't find a worksheet set I liked - so I made this one, and it's free for personal use (non-commercial)
Example : 2
\ 2 + 3
/ = 5
3 0 tens 5 ones