Angus Lost

 

 

Before Five in a Row

Angus Lost by, Marjorie Flack

Bible Time:

  • We gave up on Romans 8:38-39 : ) No not actually giving up but just taking a break… it is such a long section to memorize and we will go back to it later. So we started Psalm 34:10 from Seeds Family Worship with our mini-book, copywork pages and coloring pages from Bible Story Printables

“The lions may grow weak and hungry

but those who seek the Lord

lack no good thing.”

Psalm 34:10

BFIAR:

We loved this book! I think I say that every week but this was such a fun and cute book and Amelia loved all the read alongs and learning about dairy farms. I got my printouts from Homeschool Creations and Homeschool Share and we did the Read!Build!Write! cards for this book.

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Amelia’s book report

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Similar ending words

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Rhyming words

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A great bible verse to talk about with the kiddos when they are afraid of something… the dark, monsters, etc.

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I have given up on a formal math program (Saxon or Math U See) for this period of our preschool time and am just going back to all the resources I found online for free printables and ideas. These mesh better for me and Amelia and therefore we actually do it and enjoy it! So we’re shooting for addition, # review, ordinal #’s, money and time worksheets throughout the week.

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A # review worksheet

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An addition worksheet

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Amelia has been loving doing mazes!

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Line tracing

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She also loves doing these circle which one is different sheets

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These were cute little books to make talking about what a dog needs to be taken care of as well as some different breeds of dogs

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Read Alongs:

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Angus Lost

    • It’s funny because I was just thinking about posting a review of the book. It was just ok. It teaches good things but to be honest it’s kind of boring and hard to work with : ) It’s very old fashioned so it’s just a 1 page little story that uses some big and old fashioned words that are hard for Amelia to understand. I actually wish that I didn’t spend the time to finish it but instead had moved on to what I’m using now as I like this so much better… We Choose Virtues and Kids of Integrity. They present character traits in such a fun way and Amelia is already learning so much more in such a short time! So take it for what it’s worth but it seems like the character book is just a book to read through on the side but not necessarily something to really teach off of… at least in my experience : )

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