Tuesday, October 02, 2007
Tuesday, Week 7
Both boys did a worksheet about adding up the value of mixed pennies & nickels. N was originally frustrated when he saw the worksheet, but quickly picked up on it and completed it just fine. He didn't think he could count by 5's, but then realized he could.

Today is the Feast of Guardian Angels and I gave the boys construction paper, scissors and glue and asked them to create a picture of their guardian angels. They both created very sweet angels, and even wrote "My Guardian Angel" at the top of their pages.

Both boys did copywork -- C wrote out the guardian angel prayer, N wrote the first verse of the prayer.

C read the 4th chapter of his Faith & Life book -- which happened to be about guardian angels! (I couldn't have planned that better if I tried!) He also did a page in his spelling workbook.

I read a book to them about guardian angels, and we looked at some artists' pictures of angels.

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