This year we are studying American history with My Father's World Adventures. I really loved spending all of first grade in Bible history, but I am excited to be learning something new (to them) this year. Our first project was making foil ships after we learned about Christopher Columbus. Please don't comment criticizing the shapes of my sails... I realize they are not accurate but the kids did them and I didn't have the heart to get them to fix it. :) We took them outside and luckily it was a nice and windy day so they really flew all around the bucket. Annie had just woken up but insisted on being a part of it all... I love how crazy he hair is!
The learning only lasted so long, though, before Annie threw herself into a bucket and the next thing I knew they were all in on the action!! The best part of homeschooling for sure, these impromptu play times in the midst of learning. :) Annie found the headband in the garage and insisted on wearing it.... so ridiculous looking!
Wyatt ran inside and got his bag of coins and insisted I photograph him searching for a "treasure" at the bottom of his bucket AND the big reveal where he showed off what he found, LOL. I love him!
And of course it wouldn't be a normal hour without Annie having a fit of some sort!! She cracks me up in this picture!!
This same day Wyatt Cade begged me to let him finish the Go For The Code workbook and then go out to Menchies to celebrate. He had over 20 pages left and that kid did them all in one sitting!! He is certainly ready to start reading, and now I know what he is capable of, so he can't complain this year when he has to do more than two pages!!