Weekly Wrap Up (5/1/10)

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Is it really May already? I must be getting old, talking about how quick the time goes 😉 But things have been moving at warp speed around here.

I never found the time to post a wrap-up of last week, so I’ll make this a 2 week summary.

We got started back on Tapestry of Grace and have had 2 very good weeks. My older son is reading Amazing Leonardo da Vinci Inventions You Can Build Yourself. Last week he made plastic out of cream and vinegar.

It used 1/2 cup of cream. The instructions were to add vinegar 1 tablespoon at a time over medium heat. Curds were supposed to form. We finally saw some curds, but we lost track of how much vinegar we added. The whole house smelled like vinegar.

Here are our curds before rinsing.


This is the tiny cube of plastic that he ended up with.

Also in history we’ve read about the voyages of Christopher Columbus and the first Portuguese explorers to sail around the southern tip of Africa in a book called Explorers Who Got Lost.
We also got back to our Apologia Flying Creatures study. My daughter made 2 identical bird feeders out of milk jugs. She put different types of seed in the feeders to see which type of seed our backyard birds prefer.

My daughter finished her Rod and Staff English book.

We also finished Elementary Greek Level 2. (Older son and older daughter.)

Today I got to see my son play flag football for the first time. All his games have conflicted with my daughter’s soccer games.


Here he is playing center.

Then after lunch, we all went to my daughter’s soccer game.

Now I’m ready to rest!

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7 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap Up (5/1/10)”

  1. That plastic is so cool. I love all the great things to learn! Thanks for sharing.

    Blessings,

    Dawn

  2. www.prncsstefy.blogspot.com

    The plastic is so cool!!!! Bird feeders too.

    We're doing flying creatures next year and we are so excited!

  3. The plastic is so cool!!!! Bird feeders too.

    We're doing flying creatures next year and we are so excited!

  4. Cheryl@SomewhatCrunchy

    Wow, you've got some awesome things going on. I need to check out Tapestry of Grace.

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