I had promised Lindsey that we’d work on her memorization of the multiplication tables this summer. I printed out a lovely little multiplication lapbook from Homschool Share back in April and we finally got to work on it this week. We completed all the components in one day and then use the lapbook daily (or more than once a day) to review.
Our local homeschool group has two teams who have advanced to the national level of the National History Day contest. This year’s theme is “Rights and Responsibilities”. The three girls in the top two photos focused on the Kinder Transport during the Holocaust.
The two young men below focused their attention on the rights of military canines to be treated as soldiers, and receive benefits as such. During the Vietnam War, the dogs were classified as equipment and abandoned when the soldiers were evacuated.
We took advantage of the Kids Bowl Free program again this week. We love to go bowling, and this is such a great program, you can’t go wrong.
Our homeschool support group will graduate 18 students tomorrow. I’ll be there officiating the ceremony. A big congratulations goes out to the graduates, and the parents who invested so much in their kids. Well done!
That’s about it for our week. I hope you have a great weekend!
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