We just ran through our regular day today, but I'll spell it out for you. I know there are people out there that say, "But what do you do all day?"
Religion - They read a couple recipes from a pioneer kitchen and we kept on with our scripture memorization. The pioneer kitchen page had a couple of recipes on it that we elected not to do. One was a rice cake with green onions, held together by eggs.
Math - Chicklette started counting by fours today and learning the fours multiplication facts. She is not memorizing them yet, just understanding how they work. I'm happy to report she got an A+ on that assignment. Racer is doing some review. Unfortunately, he is getting between 10-25% wrong on silly mistakes that show he is going too fast and not paying attention. Turtle is loving his Funnix Math. So far it is all stuff he knows, but it gives him good practice in counting and number sense as well as writing practice, which I can tell he is going to need.
Co-op - We had our co-op today. I only remembered last night just before bed that we were supposed to do the devotional and I needed to find something for my nursery/pre-preschoolers to do. I pulled it off though, never fear. I found a devotional at another church's website that I really liked. We talked about how Daniel was trustworthy and responsible, which inspired envy by others when he was promoted above them. Then I turned it around and we talked about how God was trustworthy when he saved Daniel from the lions. I told the kids that trustworthiness and responsibility were God-like attributes and when we develop them, we are becoming more like our Heavenly Father, as well as becoming better citizens and friends.
Both Racer and Chicklette forgot their books to work on in the car, so they had to do them at home. They quickly knocked out their Latin and spelling.
Physics - We started our newspaper stool project today. The kids were supposed to build a stool that would support their weight using nothing but newspaper and masking tape. They successfully used up almost a whole roll of masking tape, but they haven't quite got the stool figured out though.
Racer and Chicklette both did their Writing with Ease and Racer did his Daily 6-trait Writing focusing on putting steps in sequence.