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Week 8 of Theme Weeks (Letters O and P, Numbers 15 and 16)

In the previous post, we discussed our Summer schedule. In that schedule, there was an hour in the morning for theme week activities and an hour in the afternoon. Here is what we plan on doing each week we are on summer break. If there's an explanation or picture on Pinterest, the link is in the blog so make sure you check it out! I hope you'll join us!










Week 8: July 16th- July 20th Letters of the Week: O and P.
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umbers of the Week: 15 and 16 Snacks of the Week: Oreos and Pizza



Monday (July 16th) Morning Learning (9AM-10AM)

Trace letters O and P O is for Octopus craft
What begins with the letter O challenge?
Afternoon Learning (1:30PM-2:30PM)

Circle all Os in a tree O is for baby Owl paper plate craft

Book to Read:
On the Night You Were Born by Nancy Tillman
Letter of the Week Bible Discussion: O is for Obedience (Understanding the 10 Commandments) Today, discuss c

Week 7 of Summer Break (Letters M and N, Numbers 13 and 14)

In the previous post, we discussed our Summer schedule. In that schedule, there was an hour in the morning for theme week activities and an hour in the afternoon. Here is what we plan on doing each week we are on summer break. If there's an explanation or picture on Pinterest, the link is in the blog so make sure you check it out! I hope you'll join us!


Week 7: July 9th- July 13th Letters of the Week: M and N. Numbers of the Week: 13 and 14 Snacks of the Week: Marshmallows and Nilla Wafers



Monday (July 9th) Morning Learning (9AM-10AM)

Trace letters M and N M is for Mouse activity
What begins with the letter M challenge?
Afternoon Learning (1:30PM-2:30PM)

Circle all Ms in a tree M is for Minion paper plate 

Book to Read: Read Mr. Reez's Sneezes by Curtis Parkinson
Letter of the Week Bible Discussion: Moses parts the Red Sea (Exodus 14)
Moses parts the Red Sea craft