Tag: camping

What I Learned Today 11/10/14

I am dedicating this blog to my camping trip experience. Cub Scouts: I went to the Webelos-Ree camping trip this past weekend. Friday night, Bennett and I pitched my tent together with the help of my patrol leader. We had a campfire we all sat around before bed. That night, it got below freezing, so we earned the Cold Camper…

What I Learned Today 11/6/2014

Geography: I finished all of my USA map with states, capitals, and rivers labeled. I just need to find the mountain ranges and label the lakes now. I have a big list of rivers to find, too, so I have to draw those myself. Pre-Algebra: I finished my book work exercises, homework, and started on my Alcumus problems for squares,…

What I Learned Today 10/20/2014

Cub Scouts: I went on my first Cub Scout camping trip at Camp Grimes this weekend. I took all the stuff Poppa and Meme sent me and the tent and sleeping bags and stuff Grama Tina, Grama Hilma, Grandpa Ernie, and my mom and Debrin got me, so it was good our tent was big. They had these wooden platforms…

What I Learned Today 10/16 & 10/17/2014

These two days were really busy getting ready for my weekend first cub scouts camping trip and going to doctor appointments. When my mom has doctor appointments, she gives me my workbooks to do. So I worked on grammar. So far I learned about nouns, pronouns, and adjectives. I also studied for my vocabulary test, and I learned some Latin…

What I Learned Today 10/01/2014

Nonfiction/Design/Architecture     Today in Dornob, multiple architects worked on a hillside home. Having a perfect view from the mountain, they incorporated multiple balconies and made all of it entirely out of soft wood. Even though it was just made of wood, they designed it to be a very modern home. Keyboarding I completed the first few levels of BBC…

What I Learned Today 9/30/2014

Non-Fiction/Architecture/Design Today, I read an article on Dornob, and it was about a home made inside of a hill. It was made by the two people who wanted to get the house made for them, and any passers who wanted to help. They conserved trees and only cut of the tops of trees around 1-foot in diameter to give support…