Zoo Trip with Nana

This is Lucy’s first “official” narration.  A big part of the homeschooling method we’re looking at is telling back stories the child has heard as well as the story of what happened on a trip, during the day, etc.  We went to the zoo today with Craig’s mom today, and here’ is Lucy’s story (which required some prompting, but not too much).  Here it is!

“I’ll tell you about the zoo.  We went to the zoo.  And then we saw the animals.  And then we didn’t go see the lions.  Abnd then what did we did?  Samantha and us and you and mommy and me and Samantha and NaNa.  I didn’t want to walk.  Because my knee hurt because I got blood because I fell on th ground because I wnet on the mountain on the grass and then I got hurt.  Then I got a yellow snowball.”

And here are the pictures…

Gorilla – they were busy today.

Gorilla

Lounging gorilla

Posing by the orangutans.

Lucy and Samantha at the zoo

Samantha’s new friends.

Samantha's new friendb]s

Day Three

Don’t worry, we won’t be doing this every day.  But it’s fun for the first week. 🙂  Day three of homeschooling included…

more reading

Chanticleer and the Fox

and collages

Lucy at work

Caterpillar and "C" collages

I hope you can see how much glue was required for this.  There wasn’t much more paper added after this point.  Next time, I’ll follow my better judgement and use a glue stick.

Days One and Two of Homeschooling

Day one was mostly tracing letter “c” and reading lots of “c” books. And a trip to get ice cream to celebrate.  And science with Daddy:

spaghetti bridges

spaghetti bridge

That has nothing to do with “c”, but Craig had to test the experiment he was doing at school the next day.

But day two included…

Dress up

Dress Up

Dress up 2

Samantha climbing (that starts with “C”!)

Samantha on the stool
And caterpillar cookies!

Lucy and Cookies

caterpillar cookies

It was a delicious day!