Our week was filled with deep and relevant Bible discussions. Our room was alive and on fire for God! One day we journeyed with Abram, thinking about his faith and about God being our real Home.
Unfortunately, my photos and videos did not come out well enough to create a new video about the journey, but I thought you would enjoy seeing the one from two years ago to help you imagine the experience your child had in this Bible class dramatization.
This week we read excerpts from a well-known biography of a famous person. This is the advice this mystery person gives to young people about how to succeed in life. Do you know who this person is?
Can you guess what this is a model of?
If so, can you tell what the jello represents? The mentos candy? The fruit rollup?
Great discussion of why we use models to help us understand things.
Can you guess what this is? Ask your history student to discuss this primary source with you!
Mr. and Mrs. Shedd joined me on Saturday to check over the “wilderness” location for our upcoming Corps of Discovery field trip. Are you ready for some adventure on September 29th? Hopefully, you will be surprised and filled with wonder. Maybe you will feel a bit like Lewis and Clark did as they explored unknown territory.
We begin each math class with a thinking problem. Can you outsmart your fourth grader on this one, older readers? How many solutions can you think of?
What joy to be together again! We are all in for the Great Adventure of 4th Grade!