Let's say DD and I were playing on the 5s gameboard. DD drew a 5 card, then she would move her piece to the next 0. On my turn, if I drew a 4, I would move my piece to the next 1 on the board. The first player to have their piece in the final circle wins the game.
|Here are the gameboards and worksheet from The School Bell (on the right in the picture above) that LD and I have used lately.|
We're busy with lots of outside activities now -- soccer (LD), gymnastics (LD and a tot-class for ED), dance class (DD), music classes (for all three), homeschool group (all three) and other endless opportunities! LD is still learning the piano. We keep meaning to start back with science experiments, but for some reason I haven't had the planning time I've needed. I'm thinking I should go back and simply repeat a lot of the ones we did last year (but I haven't even done that and we're already 6 weeks into the semester!) There's never a shortage of science-based activities here at the homeschool den, but LD especially loves that hands on element.
|I thought this was so cute -- I know Grams is probably cringing seeing ED in her princess dress and sparkle shoes, but she was so determined to help, I thought it was adorable!|