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HomeSchool Friday

Good Morning!

I thought we had a pretty amazing first week. Very thankful to have such an awesome God watching over and guiding us!

Just a quick note about the books that were sent home.

We are doing day 4 today. This is true in every book except the little Reader Workbook. Simply do the next page. If it's going over new vocab, still just do one page, and enjoy expanding your vocabulary!

For the Bible Reading/Science/Social Studies print out - Please read the Bible reading - and explore the science/social studies topics with your family. Feel free to add projects or videos to the experience. Just google the map to get a closer look. Make it fit your family. And their notebook is to journal about the experience.

Please look through the workbooks to review what we have been doing this week and see where your child is at with everything.

To practice handwriting, our bible verse is Matthew 1:23 this week : and they will call Him Immanuel which means 'God with us'.

Good luck!

Don't forget to send a piece of fresh fruit or vegetable in with your child if they want a snack mid-morning. Please nothing other than fresh fruit/veggies.

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