Homespun Homeschool Week #30

Week 30 of Homeschool: We made a Spanish Galleon ship and learned about Spain, performed reflection experiments, learned the commutative laws for math, made a projector, looked at some characteristics of light, took walks and collected specimens from our neighborhood, used pattern blocks to learn math concepts, made a Spanish Cubist sculpture, looked at the geography of Oceania, worked on our end of the year paper about the legendary King Arthur, listened to Dvorak’s Serenade for Strings and discussed, looked at coordinating conjunctions, harvested our first 2 crystals and examined pieces under the microscope, reviewed Latin Pluperfect endings, performed an experiment to measure how color attracts heat, learned about the fall of communism, spun colors really fast to make white, learned about fiber optics, and made our own CC Timeline Card and posted it on Facebook where it got over 750 likes!

 

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