Ten things to do with Children before age 10
1. Reading & Writing
Intensive Phonics; Copywork; start English Language Notebook
2. Oral Narration
Bible; poetry; passages of literature; Greek and/or Hebrew alphabet
4. Hearing & Listening
Read aloud 2 hours per day from a variety of fiction and nonfiction; start History Notebook; timeline
5. Family Worship
Family Bible study morning and evening using grammar level questions
6. Arts & Crafts
Provide the time, space, and materials; develop creativity
7. Field Trips & Library
Start learning elementary library research; investigate the world
8. Work & Service
Schedule for chores; visit nursing home, etc.
10. Play & Exploration
Develop the imagination
Wasn't that a frigging awesome post? yeah? I think you should comment and say something about how much you enjoyed it. Dont you? at 11:23 AM
Yup, I've got a climber...which I knew all along, but it's gotten more dangerous lately. It started with him climbing up our cinder block walls in the backyard and then just this morning, he did this:
What a stinker! I love Megan dancing in the background. too silly.
Well, the title speaks for itself, but I'll explain anyway. We have been meaning to make a lemonade stand for a year now, but two days ago we finally rolled the large deserted wooden cable(?) spool over to our house and sanded, painted and decorated it. Megan and Matthew officially opened their lemonade stand today! They made $5.00 in 90 minutes. It was quite fun and Megan was so excited when her first customer (a maintenance man) drove up on his golf cart and bought a 25 cent cup of lemonade for a dollar!