Tag: pre-algebra

What I Learned Today 11/20/14

Non-Fiction Writing: Today I'm writing about my Rainbow Dash hat. My hat always reminds me of how I am an individual ‚Äčand how no one can bring me down with my love of friendship. My hat also makes a way for other people who are like-minded and will then be able to create a friendship between me and the other…

What I Learned Today 11/14/14

Non-Fiction Writing: Remember that story I wrote for the Practical Homeschooling magazine? I just found out I got published! It will be in the next issue. I won a big spaceship sticker book, too! Here is my story if you don't remember: Topic: Your long-lost great uncle left you enough money to open your own store. Tell us about it.…

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 11/5/2014

Grammar: I learned about the two parts of a sentence. There is a subject, which is what the sentence is about, and the predicate, which is what we are saying about the subject. My mom wrote out sentences that I had to cut where the subect ends and the predicate starts. You need to be careful because a subject isn't…

What I Learned Today 11/4/2014

Cub Scouts/Whittling: I finished my whittling project today. I made my mom a sunrise out of white soap, and then I whittled a heart out of purple soap. That one smells like lavender. I didn't cut myself at all. Ancient Civilization: I learned interesting facts about monks. You can see my answer in the picture below! I learned several interesting…

What I Learned Today 11/3/2014

Ancient Civilization: Today I started Minecraft Homeschool class, Castles and Cannons. The main theme for the first two weeks is peasants. I learned a lot of things about them. I learned that peasants were forced to work in exchange to keep their land and had to give everything they got from 50 days out of the year. Most people now…