Sunday, February 12, 2012

My Finished line for February 12










 Monday 

  1. Polished Cornerstones -  J: Matthew 25 : 31 – 46  List
  2. PC -  Blog about your serving Jesus list
  3. Far Above Rubies –   04C43.C  Use encyclopedias or similar resources to study all countries through which Marco Polo traveled, including his homeland.
  4. FAR –   04R22.C Study samples of Norse mythology and discuss it. Be aware that these myths describe the religious beliefs that made the early Vikings what they were and that leif Erikson was one of the first Norsemen to become a Christian.
  5. History -  Read biography about Erasmus
  6. History -  Age Of Europe p. 106 - 111
  7. Math Algebra 1 Switched On Schoolhouse - Corrections for unit 1
  8. Math -Review for unit 1
  9. Spelling Rod and staff 6th grade.  -  9 A, B
  10. Spelling  -  9 C
  11. Spelling  -  9 D
  12. US – US Coloring book North Carolina. p. 66
  13. US – US p. 67
  14. English Rod and Staff publishers grade 6 – Lesson 115 Prepositions

  • A preposition is a connecting word that begins a prepositional phrase. The object of a preposition is a noun or pronoun.
  • A prepositional phrase may be used as an adjective to modify a noun or pronoun.
  • A prepositional phrase may be used as a adverb modify a verb,an adjective or another adverb.

  1. English – Lesson 116
  • when prepositions are similar in spelling or meaning, be careful to use the correct one.
  • Do not use of for have. do not use unnecessary prepositions.
  • A sentence may end with a prepositions.

Tuesday


  1. I went to work for 5hr.
  • side walked for G.
  • checked water.
  • had a haltering review.
  • groomed Chlofau
  • spotted for C.
  • Kicked horses out.
  • put out grain.
  • Mucked stalls
  • --------lunch-----------
  • Brought horses up.
  • spotted for A
  • had a tack lesson.
  • Combed out Kate's tail.
  1. 1hr reading.
  2. History -  Age Of Europe p. 106 - 111
  3. Science (Exploring creation with general science) – p. 63 - 68
  4. Science – p. 68 - 73
  5. Science – p. 73 - 78
  6. Science – p. 79 - 82


Wednesday


  1. FAR –   04C47.C Study the voyages of circumnavigation undertaken by Magellan, Cook, and Drake using some or all of the suggested books from the next section or other resources of your choice.
  2. PC -  R. Christian Character : Chap 10 Empathy
  3. PC -  Christian Character : Chap 13 : Generosity
  4. Reading – 16 Lighting Strike
  5. Reading – 17The Life of a Sheepherder
  6. Reading – 18 Hushai's Counsel To Absalom

Thursday

  1. FAR –   04C55.D In an encyclopedia or other synoptic reference, study each of  the oceans of the world, comparing and contrasting them on some type of chart or Poster.
  2. FAR –   04R09.A Read one or more how-to books on home food preservation.
  3. PC -  GG.  Find a way to serve others
  4. PC -  LL.  Research compassion and mercy in Bible
  5. History -  Watch “ Hamlet”
  6. History -  History of the World (Abeka) : p. 462 - 473
  7. History -  HOTW : p. 473 - 484
  8. History -  HOTW : p. 485 - 496
  9. Spelling  -  Test 9
  10. English – 117 Introductions
  • Be courteous, Respectful, and graceful when you make introductions.
  • Say an older person's name first before a younger persons.
  • Say a Woman's name before a man's
  • Say either name first when introducing two men, two women, two boys, or two girls of about the same age.
  • Always say Mother first.
  • When introducing one person to a group, say the one person's name first.
  • Introduce yourself to a stranger when no one else does it for you.

Friday

  1. Math -Test
  2. Math - Open sentences
  3. History -  Watch “Taming of the Shrew”
  4. Science – p. 83 - 87
  5. Science – p. 87 - 91
  6. Science – p. 92 - 95
  7. US - Book North Carolina
  8. Reading Basics 5:  p. 2 (Reading with Buddyrow)
  9. Horizon Reader 4 –  Jays(Reading with Buddyrow- My little brother)
  10. English – 118 Conjunctions
  • A conjunction is a word that joins words, phrases, or clauses.
  • A coordinating conjunction joins sentence parts of parallel structure. It must not be used to join a word phrase.
  • Correlative conjunction are connection words used in pairs.
  • Correlative conjunction also join sentence parts of parallel structure.






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