Okay, so we weren’t actually in Mexico, but we definitely learned about it (and Central America)! I just thought I’d share with you some of the adventures we had.
Here’s the bible verse we memorized for the last week. The top one was Vincent’s copy work, practicing his new handwriting skills. The bottom one was the next day’s dictation of the verse.
Here’s our flag wall, where we will hang up all the flags of the countries we learn…Vincent is coloring them and writing facts on the back about the symbolism in the flags. So far, we have the USA and Mexico.
Here are some of the art projects we did…we made suns out of air-drying modeling clay (we have yet to paint them) and tissue paper flowers. These were so fun!
And here are some of my favorite notebook pages Vincent made for science…we had been learning about deserts.
Okay, I’m not really sure if a girl would have drawn a tarantula eating a bug! *giggle*
The next one is my favorite…
And this one is so cute. It says "Many desert people now travel by car but still keep camels." That’s a camel in the back of a truck.
We finished reading our first missionary biography of the year, too. It was a very good read, and we are looking forward to the rest of them!
And what’s Isaac usually doing during school?
Oh, and in other news, I’ve officially started my fall baking.