Over the last week, we have had some proper Spring weather. We've been making the most of the outside
Angelicscalliwags' post about the Before Five in a Row book, Yellow Ball, has several sea related activities. Painting some of the many pebbles, that came back with us, seems to be a definite must.
Lextin academy posted with links to the memory work that they have done. I found the lists thought provoking. This year, we have learned verses from the Bible but not as a bigger block. Learning a Psalm or part of a chapter is something that I am keen that we start to do. The lists have some psalms and passages that we might use although not in the Authorised (King James) version that we use.
After posting on keeping down the cost of living, I found that Morgan at Growing in the Fens had put up a page of Top 35 ways of saving money.
The Unlikely Homeschool has posted an introduction to independent Project based learning. I loved the way that this teaches time management and research skills.
Last, an old post from Sunhats and Wellie Boots about making spider canvases. We've used this idea before but on paper rather than canvas. Last week, we pulled out some canvases that I had stashed away and made spiders. This is so simple and effective.