November Books

Hey Guys!

Today i’m sharing what books we’re reading in November.

Samuel (10th Grade)

The Death Cure (Maze Runner Book 3)

Dasean (7th Grade)

Below the Surface (Code of Silence, Book 3)

Karina (4th Grade)

The Never Girls Collection, Book 3

Cruz & Lincoln (1st Grade & Preschool)

We are just going to be reading a lot of Thanksgiving books, which i will share in a separate post!

Veronica (Me)

Forgiving What You Can’t Forget – I pre-ordered this book back at the beginning of October, i can’t wait to read it!

Read Aloud

Mummies in the Morning (Magic Tree House, book 3)

That’s all we are reading this month. What are you reading?

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Homeschool First Quarter Update

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We’ve completed our first quarter of homeschool for the 2020-2021 school year, so today i thought i would give an update on how our first quarter went.

We’ve finished 2 books in literature, so far. We are doing The Waldock Way’s – Passport To Adventures, which has us reading The Magic Treehouse Series. I’m not a huge fan of this “curriculum”, i feel like for $40 you don’t get much. You get lists of extra things you should/could buy for each book (toys for sensory bins, games, puzzles, etc.), but i feel like that is something you could just come up with on your own without spending the money on it.

Spanish is going remarkably well. The kids are retaining all the new words they are learning really well. I highly recommend Flip Flop Spanish!! Even my 4 year old is speaking Spanish.

We have finished up our first unit in History, which was all about Ancient Greece & Ancient Asia. My 7th grader enjoyed learning about the caste system and my 4th grader enjoyed learning about what life was like for children in Ancient Greece.

In Science we have finished our first unit study, which was on Arthropods. The kids all loved the different experiments we did, like using our sense of smell to find our “hive” (cotton balls with essential oils on them).

Everything has been going really well. We’ve been liking our schedule and having Monday’s off has been great.

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5 Fall Children’s Books You’re Going To Love

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Today i’m sharing 5 Fall books that you and your children are sure to love!

Autumn in the Forest – This adorable little board book follows a chipmunk through the forest, as it prepares for winter.

Fall Leaves – Such a beautiful book, that really captures the spirit of Fall.

Fletcher and the Falling Leaves – This book will have you falling in love with Fletcher the fox and his innocence.

Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn – A lovely, sweet, and beautifully illustrated book!

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves – My children and I love all the “There Was An Old Lady..” books!

Have you read any of these books? What’s your favorite Fall themed children’s book?

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October Books

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Today i’m sharing what we are reading in October.

Samuel (10th Grade)

The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner Book 2)

Dasean (7th Grade)

Back Before Dark (Code of Silence Book 2)

Karina (4th Grade)

The Never Girls Collection, book 2

Cruz & Lincoln (1st Grade & Preschool)

Fish Out of Water

Good Night Gorilla

Harold and the Purple Crayon

Ice Cream Summer

Sheep in a Jeep

Veronica (Me)

When No One Is Watching

Read Aloud

The Knight at Dawn (Magic Tree House, book 2)

That’s all we are reading this month. What are you reading?

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September Books

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It’s been awhile since i’ve shared what books we are reading, so i thought today i would share we are are reading in September.

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Samuel (10th Grade)

The Maze Runner

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Dasean (7th Grade)

Code of Silence

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Karina (4th Grade)

The Never Girls Collection – Book 1

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Cruz (1st Grade) and Lincoln (Preschool)

Blueberries For Sal

The Runaway Bunny

Caps for Sale

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Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

If you Give a Dog a Donut

Make Way for Ducklings

Rechenka’s Egg

An Egg is Quiet

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Veronica (Me)

The Wives

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Read Aloud

Dinosaurs Before Dark

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Those are all the books we are reading in September. What are you reading?

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