Who was king Tut
Read the introduction and chapter 1
Read Chapters 2 and 3
Read Chapters 3 and 4
Read Chapters 5 and 6
Read Chapters 7 and 8
Read Chapters 9 and 10
Read Chapters 11 and 12
Using the timeline at the back of the book add important dates to to your book of centuries.
We are only doing a couple of hours a day and so we have decided to start off with one or two activities in August so that we can get through what we planned with our extra short day !.
Day 1 – we started off really slow we did a lesson from “language lessons for the well trained mind” (we are actually on lesson 14 since we had started last year!)
For history we read the next section of story of the world and coloured a picture of a farmer and a shaduf (from the story of the world activity book).
I read them a little of a book on Skara Brae and we made a recreation in our tuff tray of how the settlement was discovered in the 1850s.
We did a very brief start to our science which is habitats – the first page of a workbook!
The whole lot took around an hour and the rest of the day was spent relaxing and enjoying summer
My 9 month old is just starting to enjoying playing with water and so today we used some quadroplay to make a little water pouring toy!
My original plan was a chapter or two a day but the kids loved the story and kept shouting more! So goosebumps – the ghost next door was a huge hit and finished in three days!
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Emily needs constant reminding that kittens are not toys! I created this reader to reinforce that idea.
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On a recent trip to the Co-op I saw these little dinosaur box sets on sale. A little box with some stickers, a fact book , some game cards and a dinosaur to excavate. Each little excavation set came with a hammer, chisel and brush .
They were great fun! The kids spent ages carefully chipping away to get the little dinosaurs out and it passed an afternoon – my son even read the fact book which was quite an achievement for a boy who tells me he “hates” reading!