Sunday, July 29, 2012

July 22-28, 2012

Just when you think things are letting up, sickness rears its ugly head.  The kids came down with high fevers this week.  Including Peter.  While the others were fine with some ibuprofen and bed rest, Peter's age meant he had to go to the ER.  IV, blood cultures, urine cultures, chest x-ray... the works.  Thankfully, he's fine.  Needless to say, school was not a priority this week.  Still, Henry did get a few things done.
  • Saxon Math 1: Lessons 12-14 (writing the number 11, acting out some, some more, and some, some went away stories; writing the number 12, identifying a triangle, identifying the number of sides and angles of a triangle, sorting by one attribute; writing the number 13, making a shape on the geoboard, identifying inside and outside)
  • The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading: Lessons 62-64 (review of the ending blend NK, the three-consonant blends SCR, STR, SPL, and SPR)
  • Zaner-Bloser Handwriting Kindergarten: Pages 53-55 (Dd, review of Oo, Aa, and Dd)
Oliver will begin ABA therapy either this coming week or the week of the 6th.  His final ST and OT appointments are this week.  We decided not to continue those services since so much of what he does there will be done with ABA.  I'm beginning to look forward to this.  I still wince when I think about dropping him off and driving away, but I hope that we see real changes and improvements over the coming months and we're anxious to implement the therapy methods at home.

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