- Saxon Math 1: Lessons 87-89 (writing the number 79, telling time to the half hour; writing the number 80, dividing a square into fourths, coloring halves and fourths; writing the number 81, adding ten to a number)
- The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading: Lessons 137-139 (review the silent letter pair GH, review the vowel pair OU, the silent letter pair GH: OUGH as /oo/ or /ou/)
- Zaner-Bloser Handwriting 1: Pages 62-64 (Aa, Dd)
- Spelling Workout A: Lessons 25-27 (lessons 20-24 review, blends with r, blends with l)
Oliver continues to progress. His independent mands increase each week. He's doing a lot more echoic sounds, also. We're still working on joint attention, though.
LeapFrog Letter Factory, plenty of coloring, and looking at books = one happy girl.
Rolling over both ways now, chewing on anything and everything, and still waking up once a night.
We're in the midst of a great reorganization of the house. Oliver has been sleeping in our room for the past year because of his sleep disturbances, but he's been doing really well since his meds got changed and we think it's time to try him out in his own room. So, we're bringing the schoolroom downstairs, moving Peter and Henry into the schoolroom, and putting the old boys' room as Oliver's room. Henry likes having Peter in the room with him and Oliver needs quiet, so it should work out well. Fingers crossed.