Monthly Archives: April 2012

Elijah’s Creative Expression

Elijah will soon be 6. He is Busy with his Grade 0/R/Kindergarten year. Every Tuesday Elijah has an Creative Expression assignment that we do. He narrates and Mommy takes notes. There are two that have been my favourite! I wanted … Continue reading

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Totschool Summary of the Year so far

To be honest, if I let myself  I could *almost* feel a complete failure right now in this area. While Elijah is busy in Grade 0, Jessica does what she wants, because that is just who she is, I think. … Continue reading

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Our South African Lapbook

This is one of the Lapbooks we made last year with Elijah. Our South African Map. The National Anthem and Map National Flower, Animal, Tree, Fish, Bird Shade Match game with the Big 5. Coat of Arms   This is … Continue reading

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Elijah’s Grade 0 Mini-Office

The idea for a mini-office is to have a lapbook full of reference pages that he can use during his school day. Some people have specific subjects, i.e. Math or Language Arts. As Elijah is in Grade 0 I thought … Continue reading

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Decimal Street

We are using Math-U-See Primer for our Math curriculum. One of the suggestions was to make a poster type Decimal Street. Unfortunately This can take up quite a bit of space and makes it awkward to work with. Then I … Continue reading

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