What we managed to do last week:
- Saxon Math 1: Lessons 107-109 (writing the number 97, identifying one half, one third, and one sixth; writing the number 98, addition facts - adding nine to a number; writing the number 99, estimating and measuring capacity)
- The Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading: Lessons 156-158 ( r-changed vowels: AR as /är/, sight word: are; OR and ORE as /ôr/; OUR as /ôr/)
- Zaner-Bloser Handwriting 1: Pages 82-84 (Qq, G/J/Q review)
Oliver's tolerating his eye patches. He does really well as long as he's sitting on my lap and focused on Starfall. He's made quite a bit of progress on the program. He easily matches colors, remembers which letters have the games he likes to play, and is doing very well with matching capital and lower case letters. I can tell he's trying to figure out how to play the memory games. He knows that he's supposed to turn over the cards and find a match, but I think there are too many cards for him to really catch on. We'll keep at it.
Both Jane and Oliver are diving back into Hooked on Phonics. I actually think Oliver is a little bored with the alphabet lessons from the pre-K discs, so I may pop in the kindergarten disc this week and see if it holds his interest.
We're all really excited about the start of the conclave on Tuesday. Matt is going to be off and Oliver doesn't have therapy, so we'll be able to watch the coverage together!