|This candidate is ready! She is covered in campaign materials: buttons and signs galore!|
|Creative Campaigning: This volunteer made a hat that said "vote for Quinn!" on the stove pipe.|
|This Fourth grade candidate made a shirt to wear on election day!|
|The back said: I can make a difference!|
|A Kindergarten candidate showing his ID and signing his name so he can vote.|
|Voters in the voting booths|
|Somehow this young voter got ahold of his neighbors stickers for voting.|
|In the book, Humphrey goes home with a student who's Mom decides to make a portrait of him. We discussed what a portrait is and then we drew and colored or painted portraits of Charly.|
|Charly is in her ball. We have not let her run around during school before. It was quite a distraction which was why I hesitated to get her out, but I think if we let her run around more often, it will be a good thing.|
|Here we are going over our new flashcards of the week: more color words.|
|The end report was that this game was hard. I don't necessarily think that is a bad thing.|
Sometimes they have to divide four digits. Hey... it IS 4th grade after all!
|Playing a subtraction game. There a ton more of these fun games HERE.|
Did you know about this site? Confessions of a Homeschooler
Amazing. I snagged a ton of freebies this morning (since there was some sort of furry conspiracy in my house against sleeping in today)! The downloads look amazing. Check out her sight.
I also snagged a fresh load of math games at www.education.com. I suggest you look there also for grade level appropriate math reinforcement. I found a lot of games that use a regular deck of cards. Love that! Here is one I grabbed today for factoring. Easy and not too much stuff to print and laminate!
|You can tell the 4th grade boy in the back row is really getting into it!|