Plans for the Next Three Weeks

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Everyone Morning Schedule

Room chores, breakfast, couch to 5K exercise, morning chores

Bible devotions alone/ Apologia’s Who Am I? together

T14 Schedule and Goals

9-945 IGCSE Maths

945-1045 Morning Meeting: Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice Read Aloud; Africa Study; Israel Study; Mystery of History (Finish 6 lessons)

1045-1145 Independent Delight Learning: IGCSE Chemistry

1145-1215 Independent Writing: Psychology GCSE Past Paper Questions (Use this time to do Chemistry follow-up questions if you have no Psychology to do/Also Chemistry spellings )

1215-1245 Lunch

1245-115 IGCSE RS together with girls and Mum (Do one section of Christianity this term)

115-215 Bike Ride (and shower)

215-4 Project Based Learningmusic theory course/ Solo guitar reading music book/ Yousician (a learning to play guitar app)/ finish up making bass guitar

4 – Teen Bible video course

L13 Schedule and Goals

9-945 Maths

945-1045 Morning Meeting: Pride and Prejudice Read Aloud; Africa Study; Israel Study; Mystery of History (Finish 6 lessons)

1045-1145 Delight Learning: Drawing with Realism x 3 lessons (Drawing an orange, drawing a cluster of grapes and drawing peppers); Spring splendor mixed media x 3 lessons (Mixed media Bunny, Vintage Book Page Butterflies and Cherry Blossom Tree); Artist Study x 3 lessons (Reynolds, Bruegel and Rockwell)

1145-1215 WritingJane Austin Pride and Prejudice copy work

1215-1245 Lunch

1245-115 IGCSE RS With older children and Mum (Do one section of Christianity this term)

115 – 215 Country Walk

215-4   Project Based Learning – African Jewellery

4 – Teen Bible Video Course

C13 Schedule and Goals

9-945 Maths

945-1045 Morning Meeting: Pride and Prejudice Read Aloud; Africa Study; Israel Study; Mystery of History (six lessons)

1045-1145 Delight Learning: The Regency Period of Georgian Time – Planning and organising a Jane Austen birthday party for herself and her twin sister to celebrate their fourteenth birthday; Write a six chapter book

1145-1215 WritingJane Austin & Pride and Prejudice copy work

1215-1245 Lunch

1245-115 IGCSE RS (Do one section of Christianity this term)

115-215 Country walk

215-230 Grade 3 Music: Go through songs using Leah’s tapes

230-4     Project Based Learning: African religion and music.  Part of her project is to learn to play the bongos.  We have bought her a set as well as a three-volume course.  (She needs to have finished volume one by the end of this term).

4pm- Teen Bible Video Course

A7 Schedule and Goals

9-10 School with Granny (reading, writing and read aloud)

10-1045 Morning Meeting with older ones: Pride and Prejudice Read Aloud; Africa Study; Israel Study; Mystery of History (I set out dinosaur colouring for the Littles to do)

1045-11 Morning Meeting with B5: Read African picture books.  The Story of the World (Complete lessons 1-4 & activities)

11-1130 Maths 

1130-1215 Dinosaurs and the Bible – Listen to next slide show

                  Rainforest Journey – (Adapt or Die) Plus work sheets from curriculum/ narrations.  Do one chapter each week to complete Unit Two.

1215-1245 Lunch

1245-115 Free Play (Finish Rain forest Journey narrations/writing then free time)

115-215 Country Walk

215-3 Project Based Learning 1 – South America (complete all activities for the Gully Washer (water cycle) and for Adventure in the Amazon (Adaptations)

3-345 Project Based Learning 2 – Dinosaurs

345 – Video in our room

Night time Reading – Brazilian Folk Tales (South America Read aloud)

Jim Elliot Biography (South America Read Aloud)

B5 Schedule and Goals

9-945 School with me (Maths, Rain Forest Journey ( Do one chapter each week to complete Unit Three), making snacks)

945-1045 Morning Meeting with older ones: Pride and Prejudice Read Aloud; Africa Study; Israel Study; Mystery of History (I set out colouring for the littles to do)

1045-11 Morning Meeting with B5: Read African picture books.  The Story of the World (Complete lessons 1-4 & activities)

11-12 School with Granny (phonics, writing and read aloud)

12-1215 Narrations/writing from Rainforest Journey lesson

1245-115 Free Play (Finish Rain forest Journey narrations/writing then free time)

115-215 Country Walk

215-3 Project Based Learning 1 – South America (complete all activities for the Gully Washer (water cycle) and for Adventure in the Amazon (Adaptations) )

3-345 Project Based Learning 2 – Dinosaurs

345 – Video in our room

Night time Reading – Brazilian Folk Tales

Jim Elliot Biography

This ought to keep everyone busy and out of mischief!

10 comments

    1. The thing is, most of it is independent work so I really don’t do much with the older ones. It only looks a lot because I have five children 🙂

  1. I so need to plan better 🙂 It’s been so crazy with the move, but it will be over this week and we can hopefully resume to a level of a new normal. Your country walks sound lovely.

    1. I’m neither, really 🙂 I just like to have a plan and so do the children. More than that my children are joys when they are happily occupied but bored? -not so much!

  2. Wow, that is one busy schedule. Love Pride and Prejudice. Will you be watching the movie after the reading? BBC versions are always my favorites. Last autumn, our church drama team presented the Jim Elliot story. It was fantastic. I’ll have to see if they recorded it and send you the link if they did. I think my favorite thing on the schedule is “School with Granny.” Everlasting memories.:)

  3. Mwa ha ha ha, I have copied and pasted my comment, and maybe now after going back and forward I can post it.
    Will you be sharing completed pictures of the completed art projects when they’re done? It’s always fun to see how others are inspired by the same project.

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