Sunday, February 8, 2009

Our Homeschool Alphabet: A

A is for...

...Arin, of course, because we wouldn't have homeschool without her!


...azul. We are starting to add Spanish words into Arin's vocabulary.

...acorns.


She's learned that they acorns come from oak trees and that squirrels like to eat them. They also come in handy when making crafts and games like...

acorn cap bracelets


and an acorn cap memory/matching game.


...America. Arin learned which state she lives in, which state Aunt Sheila lives in, which state Great-Grandma lives in and where Aunt Katie is moving to.

...apples. We love to eat apples, bake with apples, eat applesauce, and make apple stamp paintings.



...avocados. A favorite lunchtime food and


a science project - growing an avocado tree!



...alligators (and other "a" animals).


...art. That's Arin's favorite hobby. She could draw, paint & color all day long!

...addition and...



...the alphabet!



3 comments:

The Rowe Crew said...

Hi there! Thanks for the comment...I almost missed it, but I'm glad I didn't! I just love love your blog...what fun things you guys do :o). I may have to borrow some ideas if you don't mind. Thanks for sharing.

E and T said...

Hi

I have just come over from Super Fun Mama's blog and I am so happy that I did.

Your blog is full of many inspirational ideas, informative posts and it is entertaining to read.

It's been a great learning experience, as well as relaxing and fun to read through your posts.

I'll be popping back on a regular basis to visit your uplifting blog.

Elise

CC said...

This is such a great bunch of A things! Great job!