Saturday, January 28, 2012

Patience's Work


Read about history in the following resource:

Boys and Girls of Colonial Days p.11-14

Key Idea: Percival and his mother were home alone while his father was in Boston. Percival’s mother was worried about the Indians.

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Proverbs 12:24

Key idea: Percival worked diligently to learn his lessons. He hoped to earn a red ribbon of merit. Lazy students earned black ribbons.  Named some things we do diligently. And things we are slothful about.


Lesson 60 Read the days of the week. Recognized days of the week are always capitalized. Phonic storybook “Luke’s Flute”

Wrote a story about a experience.

Practiced suffixes

Service word : their
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Ribbons were given each month n Puritan schools to show how well the students had learned in their lessons. Colorful ribbons were given for good conduct. Created a ribbon.

Key idea: Percales’ mother wanted him to get a ribbon for good conduct in school. Percival had worked hard .

Spelling words

Words with the er sound.
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Read aloud the poem “Against Idleness and Mischief.”

Key idea: Read classic poetry. Discussed meaning of poem.

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