Category: vocabulary

What I Learned Today 12/9/14

Pre-Algebra: I completed all the exercises in my Art of Problem Solving book for each of the three sections I'm studying. Vocabulary: I completed Lesson 6 and used all my words correctly in my story: Foxie and Friends 3 Starring: Foxie the Rouge Moxie the Medic Django the Knight Sorin the Barbarian Darla the Ranger Recap: Sorin mysteriously wandered off,…

What I Learned Today 12/4/14

Vocabulary: I completed lesson 5 and then wrote a paragraph using each word correctly in a story. Foxie and Friends 2 Starring Foxie the Rouge Moxie the Medic Django the Knight Sorin the Barbarian Darla the Ranger   Recap: after sailing and accidentally going to Dog’s Bottom they found a city with an avalanche of new cases of a type…

What I Learned This Week 19/21-10/24/14

Sage & Haddie filling planets with crust, core, and mantle! Note from Kurstin: Sorry we didn't have a daily blog Tuesday through Friday. We spent most of our time on bookwork or Sage's online prealgebra class, and I had to juggle several doctor appointments. I'm happy to say I am done with compression wrapping and now will just use my…

What I Learned Today 10/15/2014

Non-Fiction Reading & Writing: Today I chose an article from Dornob. If any trends couldn’t get weirder enough, now we have PyroPets! According to Dornob, “PyroPet is a family of animal shaped candles that each reveal a surprise within as they burn. The first PyroPet product is a cute little cat called “Kisa”. (“Kisa” means “kitty” in Icelandic). Sweet little…

What I Learned Today 10/13/14

Today I finished lesson 4 in Wordly Wise and defined the LOTF vocabulary words. I learned some punctuation rules, and I started researching careers. I took 2 career interest inventory tests to see which jobs suited me, and I will research them tomorrow. We also discusses symbolism, imagery, and allusions in LOTF. I think that stuff is pretty cool. We…

LOTF: Symbolism, Imagery, & Allegory

LOTF: Symolism, Imagery, & Allegory The Conch Piggy and Ralph spot a conch and decide to use it to call a meeting. All right! Island society is off to a good start. The boys impose a “rule of the conch” on themselves, deciding that no one can speak unless he’s holding the conch. As a representative of law and order,…