More on Egypt and pyramids and such this week.
We found a website where you can type and it shows the Egyptian hieroglyphic counterparts on the screen. Very cool!
We created pyramid mazes in art.
Eli built his Nanoblock Giza's Big Pyramid (affiliate link).
He had such fun with the Nanoblock sets he made last year, I'm glad I could get this one for him this year. There are a couple sets that may be appropriate next year if he still has interest in them.
Brianna has a sense of humor. See the green block in the picture? "Limestone."
Eli taking a blank map of the Middle East and drawing in current political borders.
We're working on memorizing the books of the Old Testament. (Eli captured this "moment," hence the huh? expression.)
Bright eyed Jack's pyramid drawing.
Brianna multi-tasking. She usually knits while I read aloud to the kids. Now she even knits when she's reading to herself. I'm in awe, since I can't knit at all.
Also this week, Luke said goodbye to one of his therapists, who is moving away.
Next week, we're looking forward to starting a new wellness curriculum, learning about Abraham, and finishing our dinosaur book. We also have a trip to the pumpkin patch, a play date, Luke's physical therapy, hearing tests at the audiologist for both Hannah (failed her school physical hearing exam) and Lukey, Luke's feeding therapy, and our first Friday art class at the library. Sounds like A LOT of activity. It will be interesting to see how this all works out.
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