Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Workbox Wednesday ~ Link-up


Workbox Wednesday

Each Wednesday I post what we have in our Workboxes. So I don't overwhelm myself I alternate each week with Preschool, K/1st grade, 6th grade and our family workboxes.

This week I am featuring Unicorn's 6th Grade Workboxes (11 years old):

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Shown first is her Student Planner. She does her journal and chores before breakfast.
Then we do Religion (lesson 16 - Joseph in Egypt using LDS Workbooks) as a family.
Next Unicorn and Ladybug work on their If the World Were a Village lapbook for geography.
Then Unicorn does her Math. Currently, she is learning her math facts (using ALEKS and BigIQKids) and problem-solving strategies (using Solve It! 3rd).
She is learning how to write newspaper headlines (finding main ideas) using Wordsmith Apprentice and reviewing grammar through literature using Living Literature Grammar and Language Arts Packets by Cindy West at Shining Dawn Books.
Then it's RosettaStone Latin.
Last, but not least, our family is studying The World's Greatest Artists (Picasso) using an Unit Study by Erika at Confessions of a Homeschooler.

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5 comments:

  1. We will be starting workboxes this year and next week or the week after when we have started our year, I will be linking up.  Thanks for sharing your ideas and hosting the link up!

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  2. AdventuresinHomeEducatingAugust 17, 2011 at 3:55 PM

    Sounds great Sharla! We look forward to seeing what you have to share with us! Have a great start to your year!

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  3. Love workboxes and all these fun links...thank you!
    ~Kara @ The Chuppies/NOBH

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  4. AdventuresinHomeEducatingAugust 18, 2011 at 10:48 PM

    Hi Kara! Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. New follower from the NOBH:)  Love seeing what is in your oldest boxes as most boxes are are younger kiddo.  I need to see what the future look like for my family in 2 years:)  Please stop by and consider following back if you like   --Also liked you on facebook:)

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