Little House: Going West

I have the pleasure of teaching the 4 and 5 year olds in our homeschool co-op for this semester. Once a week, I'm teaching them history in a fun way. We're going back in time and doing things they way they used to do them.  I'm using the "My First Little House" book series, which takes stories out of the chapter books and makes it into picture books.

Previous weeks:
Winter Days in the Big Woods
Farmer Boy's Birthday
Winter on the Farm
Sugar Snow
Little House Birthday

Latest: Going West

Although I planned this session, it wasn't me who carried it out (I was being of help elsewhere). Thus, I have no action shots. But, the kids built houses out of Lincoln Logs, ran their fingers through fodder and packed up the wagon with blocks and moved their family. 

 I did make it back in time for our oatmeal meal.  At the beginning, the 13 kiddos needed a lot of adult support to set the table, prepare the meal, pass the dishes and tidy up. I'm so happy to say that the adult support needed to execute the meal is so small compared to before.


1 comment:

  1. thank you for not showing the faces of these many weirdos out there. Love the bonnets!



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