Elementary Round Up
Elementary Round Up is here again. We have had lots of life-learning going on . . . with the addition of a puppy to our family, Asher has been learning how to be a responsible dog owner.
Little House on the Prairie continues with this orange craft . . .
and making molasses candy out of snow . . .
More phonics . . .
Learning about space . . .
Playing memory as part of our Nutrition 101 course . . .
Learning the game of basketball . . .
You can see what other curriculum we use throughout the week here that I have not shown you pictures of.
What has been going on in your school room – and if you don’t have a blog to link up with . . . leave a comment and tell me what your family did in the Learning Room!
- Write a blog post about your elementary aged child(ren), first through fifth grade, comprising the activities you did the prior two weeks. You can include pictures, bullet points, tools used, learning gained, God moments, etc.
- Be sure to include a link back to my blog. By doing so, other like-minded readers can hang out in a central location if they are looking for Elementary School ideas. Publish your post and then head back to my site.
- Provide the exact link (URL) of the Elementary Round-UP blog post you wrote, not your blog’s home address, through the provided MckLinky.
- Optional: I would love it if you grabbed my blog button over on the side.
- You can combine this with other meme’s if that helps you to save time (as long as it is OK with the other blog owner).
BIG IMPORTANT HEART MOMENT: This isn’t a blog post to WOW other moms . . . the point of this is to help YOU document on YOUR blog what you and your child(ren) are learning. My link-up is only to provide some accountability. I won’t come and leave nasty comments on your blog if you don’t link up.
NOTE: And this might be the last time you see Mr. Linky . . . as using this tool will require a yearly fee. I don’t make enough off of my blog to pay for a Linky subscription. Now, if I have 20 people link up to this Elementary Round Up . . . then I might rethink my decision.