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Week 11 of Theme Weeks (Letters U and V, Numbers 21 and 22)

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 11: August 6th-August 10th
Letters of the Week: U and V Numbers of the Week: 21 and  22
Snacks of the Week: Make rice krispy treats into the letter U, Veggie Straws


Monday (August 6th) Morning Learning (9AM-10AM)
Trace letters U and V U is for Umbrella craft What begins with the letter U challenge?
Afternoon Learning (1:30PM-2:30PM)

Circle all letter Us on tree Make a Unicorn craft
Book to Read: Read a few prayers from 'my Very first book of prayers' by Gabrielle Mercer
Letter of the Week Bible Discussion: Read about King Uzziah.

Uzziah begins his reign at the tender age of 16 years old.  He starts out as a good and godly King o…

Week 10 Theme Weeks (Letters S, T and Numbers 19, 20)

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 10: July 30th- August 3rd
Letters of the Week: S and T
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umbers of the Week: 19 and 20
Snacks of the Week: Strawberries and Twizzlers



Monday (July 30th)
Morning Learning (9AM-10AM)



Trace letters S and T
S is for Snake craft
What begins with the letter S challenge?



Afternoon Learning (1:30PM-2:30PM)

Circle all Ss in a tree
S is for Snowman craft 

Book to Read: Read 'Skippyjon Jones' by Judy Schachner



Letter of the Week Bible Discussion:

Week 9 of Theme Weeks (Letters Q and R, Numbers 17 and 18)

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 9: July 23rd- July 27th
Letters of the Week: Q and R
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umbers of the Week: 17 and 18
Snacks of the Week: Quesadillas and Rice Krispy treats



Monday (July 23rd)
Morning Learning (9AM-10AM)