Okay Dad, so I didn't really meet my homeschool goals for this past year, but hopefully I've experienced a lot of growth for myself. I spent a lot of time working for volunteer organizations and spending some mom time. My new path or goal is to really push the SWR for April and May. We had a few really good days recently and with other activities winding down* soon, I'm hopeful for a strong dash to the finish line.
SWR List O-2, my homophone 'art'
For this list I worked with Cordell and Melodie separately. It worked out really well. I was really able to give them each the attention they needed. The drawback: I spent so much more time at it! I think I will have to swap days- rather than try to do them both on the same day. Right now though, I am trying to get as far in the Lists of spelling words as possible since we missed so many days this year. It probably doesn't really matter, but I just want to be close to our end of the year goal.
Lillian is now joining us sometimes when we review the phonogram cards. To ensure we cover 'hers' first, I marked them with a red dot, that way she can wander away later and not miss them. So far, I have only introduced about 9 cards, the ones in her name and the 'clock face' letters.
I have cut a corner off each card so they are easy to assemble 'right side up' I marked the toddler's with red circle dot stickers across the cut corner.
This is a phonogram review activity for the 4 year old. She is to match her cursive cards to the pocket of the bookface counterpart. I taped the file folders together so it folds up accordion style for storage and stands up on it's own when in use. She decorated the file folders a little and helped me assemble it, so it was like a lapbook project.