Sunday, February 3, 2013

School Day Outtakes Week #3


Working together on the North American Continent puzzle.


Explorer checking out the Jack-in-the-Box.  She has been MIA from school for many months due to nap time.  She is hard to have in the classroom!


Mini-Cooper decided that our Canadian Cowboy should climb the Pink Tower.


Building a tower with the bead material.  Mustang loves doing this!


Writing practice with Primary Arts of Language.  We LOVE this program!!


Explorer working on the stacking toy she received for Christmas.  It's from Haba.


Sneak peak at our Mexico culture studies ;).


7 chain.



Exchanging gold beads.  This has got do be one of my favorite materials!!


First Grammar lessons-finally!!



Mini Cooper building her first bead triangle.  She did fix it.


8 chain.


More exchanging.


Working on our Apologia science experiment.


Primary Arts of Language writing.


Charger made the Brown Stair on the Etch-A-Sketch


I was impressed!




Building numbers.


Mini Cooper taught me that there is actually a second way to go all the squares in the cube!  I had to point out that it didn't match the top.  


Charger decided on another way to 'build' numbers.


Sequencing cards as part of our Flowering Baby curriculum (review coming soon).

Hope you had a great school week!

God Bless,

We're linking up:

Montessori Monday

3 comments:

Discovering Montessori said...

Fantastic work! Love the sneak peek into your Mexico Culture Studies.

Thank you for sharing.

Deb Chitwood said...

I just love visiting your Montessori homeschooling posts! There are so many wonderful things happening ... even Montessori grammar! Thanks so much for linking up with Montessori Monday. I featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow

Nicole said...

I'm on the TOS Crew too and just found your blog! Love it!!! I have a 6 year old and a 3 year old. I can't wait to comb through your posts for ideas! I love the continent boxes!!! We did a brief continent study at the start of the year but I really want to loop back around and do more in depth fun stuff!