Saturday, February 11, 2017

Kindergarten Week 25

It was a very rainy week.

Daddy and Gemma went on a field trip to the Peterson Auto Museum.
We read a couple of chapters of The Phantom Tollbooth and a couple of chapters of Astrid Lindgren's Ronia: The Robber's Daughter. They're both excellent!

She painted a landscape at CC.
It was on the refrigerator, and a watercolor hanging above it got wet and two drops of blue paint dripped onto this painting. And then there's the story of the woman with the black vertical lines on her face... When I asked Gemma about that, she answered, "Oh, she's a tiger woman." That explains the orange skin.

She learned the last song in her Alfred Piano Level Prep C book, "Indians," which means I had to order the Prep D book...and the Sacred Solos book...and, just for fun, the Level 1A patriotic book.

For math, she learned to cast out nines in Life of Fred: Jellybeans.

And here are a couple of pictures from dance class...

1 comment:

  1. Ouah the drawing is so vibrant and mysterious. Did Gemma write a story and then drew the picture?