Well yesterday I turned around to see the little guy holding his baseball bat with a big grin on his face. So of course I asked him what he planned on doing with that. He smiled back and said "My own science." So I decided to see where this was going. Evidently it was an experiement for sound.
The harder he hit the louder it was. Then that produced an even louder giggle. He was having so much fun that he decided that his brother should have some fun with it. Oh and he did! LOL!!
This morning we started out working on National Puzzle Day. For Sam I gave him this book to work on, he loved it. It is a huge math problem for him to figure out.
As soon as Gabe found out it was puzzle day he was asking for his beloved puzzle bin to be opened. He was having a great morning doing his puzzles.
Now time for the book post. I do have several on here that are for upcoming lessons so we have not read them yet, but we will soon. I am having a bit of a hard time now remembering if I have posted some of these books in the past or not. So I am sorry if I end up getting some cross post on this. I am pretty sure that they are all ok for now though. So here is list #22.....
360.) The Bus Ride That Changed History by Pamela Duncan Edwards
361.) Hey! I'm Reading! by Betty Miles
362.) Ella, Of Course! by Sarah Weeks
363.) Saint Valentine by Ann Tompert
364.) Starry Messenger by Peter Sis
365.) Curious George Goes to a Chocolate Factory by Margret And H.A. Rey's
366.) Alphabet City by Stephen Johnson
367.) The Ballad Of Valentine by Allison Jackson
368.) There's An Alligator Under My Bed by Mercer Mayer
369.) Nova's Ark by David Kirk
370.) I'm Pangoo the Penguin by Satomi Ichikawa
371.) Boom Chicka Rock by John Archambault
372.) No Biting, Louise by Margie Palatini
373.) Historical Jokes by Pam Rosenberg
374.) A Picture book of John Hancock by David Adler
375.) Stay in Bed, Davy by Brigitte Weninger
376.) Never Ride your Elephant to School by Doug Johnson
377.) Atomic Ace and the Robot Rampage by Jeff Weigel
378.) Chicken Chuck by Bill Martin Jr
379.) The John Hancock Club by Louise Borden
380.) Hello Robots by Bob Staake
381.) The Gingerbread Cowboy by Janet Squires
382.) Chicka Chicka 1-2-3 by Bill Martin Jr
383.) So you want to be President? by Judith St. George
384.) Bear Feels Sick by Karma Wilson
I have to say that the Gingerbread Cowboy was probably my favorite on the list. It was very cute hearing Gabe say "you cant catch me I am the Gingerbread Man!" Gabes favorite on the list was Atomic Ace. He really has been into robots latley. Sam loves all of the presidental-historical books on the list. He says that they are all so good he can not decide.
I will try to post more tomorrow. Have a good day.