|We're linking up with Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers for the Weekly Wrap-Up!|
This week kicked off fifth grade. We only enjoyed a portion of our schedule with Saxon Math, Learning Language Arts Through Literature, and Mystery of History Volume 2, making for some relaxed days.
Rosalinda did her first book study of the year! She surprisingly enjoyed Farmer Boy by Laura Ingles Wilder. Historical fiction isn't really her genre, so I was so excited to see her find things that she loved about the book! Also, having to read the book in such a short amount of time kept her eyes "screen-free" for four days!!!
I've enjoyed watching her use her new planner. See how I made it here! (I have made a few modifications and will post those one day soon.) One of the features I included was a weekly prayer list. I was honored to see how God works with her heart as we added to the list and prayed over it each day. It is one of my favorite parts of our school day now!
here and take the challenge yourself...there is still time! (You can find the challenge on the Whatever Girls Facebook Page.
We also found out that her creative writing group, Collecting Commas, is going to be writing and performing a play in December at our city's art walk! Rosalinda has landed one of the lead roles! Inspired by an earlier
writing prompt to write a fractured fairy tale, the group has decided to do a piece focusing on bullying in modern times, but the main characters all face certain challenges in individual dreams that take place in fractured fairy tales! I can't wait for it!
We also had our first Currclick Live Club Meeting! We've signed up for the American Girl Book Club and Lego Club. We had a blast this past week with the American Girl Book Club and linked up with Homegrown Learners' Collage Friday.
How was your week?