History: Color picture of Nelson Mandela while reciting history sentence. (Plenty of activity sheets available, too.)
English: I plan to dramatically recite sentences with interjections to see if my littles can pick out the interjections. For example, “Duck! There’s a low branch!” Once they get the hang of it, they’ll probably like to try their own sentences.
Latin: I’ll give each little a chance to recite all the endings we’ve learned this year.
Science: Electricity is an area for daddy. My husband’s dad was an electrician and he has some knowledge he can pass on. We’ll also play around with our snap circuits!
Math: We’ll write the identity law on paper & I’ll show my guys how no matter what number we sub in for A, the answer is always A. Mathematic laws are starting to click for them, so I think they’ll find this interesting.
Geography: More of our typical – map marking and blobbing. For week 24, I’m thinking we should definitely use chocolate chips to mark our maps.
Ahh, week twenty-four! How did we get here so soon? Well, our campus is actually not at week twenty-four yet, but I think many of you are. Congrats for making it to the end of cycle two! Now it’s time to rest, refresh, and get ready for cycle three. I know some of you are already prepping! I’m guessing I’ll be joining your ranks soon enough, but first I’m going to take a little break. I’m more of a finish one thing before starting the next thing kind of girl. How about you? Digging in to planning for next year or wrapping up this year and taking a break first?
If you’ve already started to plan and are super excited about a resource you’ve discovered, please feel free to share in the comments!