We have been practicing our Spanish specifically using Whistlefritz DVDs from the public library and the free lessons from the Whistlefritz website. In the picture below, we played a game in which we moved the paper cutout mouse "Fritzi" and the "cheese" cutout to discuss location. We rolled the paper dice to decide where Fritzi and the cheese should go. We also ate some cheese and practiced using the cheese in relation to myself and my son. It was a fun lesson and we ate a lot of cheese :)
My son is obsessed with dinosaurs (if you have been following my blog you probably figured that out already). We started the Magic School Bus Kit on Dinosaurs a long time ago and he pulls it out from time-to-time to do more in it. It's not our "official" curriculum, but it's a great supplement. :) Here is a picture of my son proudly standing next to his Magic School Bus Dinosaur Kit. On this day we cut out some paper dinosaurs and discussed each one.
Dinosaur Train PBS Lesson called "Flowers the Last Forever". We watched the relevant Dinosaur Train clips (multiple times because my son kept asking for more). We discussed the development of flowers over time periods and that bees pollenate the flowers and drink the nectar. And then we went outside to collect some flowers. My son then glued the flowers onto a piece of paper and then drew his own flowers. When I asked him who he wanted to give the "card" to, he immediately answered "Gigi!", which is his grandmother. So that will be going into the mail tomorrow. :) Here are some pictures:
As I just looked through my camera photos, I just realized that I have two more homeschooling related ones that were never posted :) Here is a picture of my son painting at his art easle:
National Geographic Little Kids magazine that we finished reading the other day :)