Religion - I was off to a late start today so I had Racer and Chicklette start on their religion page. I think they forgot to do memorization, but that's okay. They colored a page about Joseph and Oliver receiving the priesthood.
Math - Oh, boy. Chicklette finally finished her math page so I corrected it tonight. Oh, dear. Oh, dear. We have some work to do. I need to work with her on this page. I'm thinking that's what we'll do for math tomorrow. We'll just correct the answers that are wrong and maybe we'll work on formatting or making you answers clear so your teacher knows which of all the numbers on the page is your answer. Racer got all of his problems correct. Singapore math really clicks with him or something. Turtle and I did a reading lesson while the kids were working. He's doing really well lately with his reading. There was an exercise in the book to try to read the first sentence of his story the fast way. He did that even before they told him to. I'm excited that he's recognizing high-frequency words. After he did his reading lesson, he told me that he wanted to do real math like the other two kids were doing. I was pretty surprised but I found some worksheets for him to do. I need to decide what I'm going to do with this interest. Maybe I should pull out the dollar store workbooks that I bought on the off-chance that I needed some enrichment. I was looking at MEP math, Confessions of a Homeschooler's K4 program, and Singapore's Earlybird program too.
Science - Racer read a couple more chapters in his Isaac Newton book. He actually found something interesting in it to share with Chicklette. Chicklette was working on her math page so we didn't start filling out her questionnaire yet.
We hurried to the library to meet up with Sunshine, DH's sister and her little girl, and DH's cousin and her little girl. How'd I miss out on the little girl parade? They had gone to the park in the morning and they met us at the library for storytime. Racer wanted to get the sixth Harry Potter since he's almost finished with the fifth. The library didn't have it so we came home to put it on hold. I picked up a bunch of books for Chicklette and Turtle that looked interesting.
History - After lunch and putting babies to bed, we did a quick review of New Hampshire and Massachusetts and played our state jeopardy game. Racer pouted through the whole game because Chicklette picked the 100 point question and answered it correctly. Once one of the kids does that, it's nearly impossible for the other to catch up. They can, but they have to answer a lot of questions right.
Latin - We're still working on our review lesson and today's assignment was Section B. Racer finished it in no time flat because it was only 8 questions and Chicklette knew all the answers but one or two. Did you know the Latin alphabet has no W?
Writing with Ease - Racer had a dictation assignment today. He didn't do quite as well on this assignment as he has done on some other sentences. It was two sentences from Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories about how the Wild Dog became the First Friend. He still did okay. Chicklette did two Writing with Ease assignments. First we did a narration assignment from the end of the Princess and the Frog story. She balked a little at copying the sentence I wrote, but only a little. The next Writing with Ease assignment was just a copywork page and I had her do the shorter selection. Tomorrow we can either do two more Writing with Ease assignments and we'll be up to date or we can do one and do an assignment on Friday that we wouldn't usually have.
We took Racer to Lego Club after I taught my piano student and when we came home, DH asked me to help tow a car home. He bought the car for the natural gas computer in it. He ended up not actually needing me and I got a late start on dinner and we were late to get Racer from Lego Club. I think Racer was pretty worried, but we did make it and he had plenty of time to eat and do his soccer practice. Then it's home again, home again and into bed.
Tomorrow Racer has Scouts and a soccer game so we'll have to break away from Scouts a little early and not be as early to the game as he would like. We may have a few extra guests watching as well - DH's sister and her little girl again and one of my brothers.