Howdy! Today I'm posting over at Homeschool Mosaics.
Come read about our field trip to the dairy!
Do your kids know where milk comes from?
|Life-sized doll face in progress.|
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"Upon arrival on Ooka Island, children customize their own online avatar and embark on a compelling 3D hero-mission to save the Ooka Elves! As young learners follow the Ooka Island Adventure, they travel on their own unique path created by Ooka Island's READirect learning algorithm. This ensures that they are on the fastest track to reading success!"
|Ooka Island works well on our touch-screen computer.|
|Little Guy counting his progress on the Book Path (yet again!)|
|Come make some new friends on Ooka Island!|
|A brother and sister who love each other!|
|Fried Johnny Cakes|
|Why is it so hard to keep a secret in the bank? Because there are so many tellers.|
|A poor Ruby-Throated Hummingbird visiting my feeder while it snows.|
|Miss M, Hubby, and Little Guy all sporting new haircuts.|
|Little Guy being tough enough to fight the British in his tricorn hat.|
|Smashing berries for ink.|
|Cut a feather into a quill.|
|Writing with a quill and ink.|
|American Elm, spring 2013, Missouri.|
|Lunch outside on a sunny, but still cool day.|