Sunday, October 7, 2012

Homeschool Happenings: End Sept.-Begin. Oct. 2012

Here are a few snapshots of the past two weeks. Busy, busy, busy!

Treat of the Week

Doodles made a "pitfall" trap to catch insects as part of her science/nature study work.

Food chain drawn by Doodles

Doodles is currently studying Japan in Sonlight Core F, and she made a Japanese style meal. Here she is chopping mushrooms.

Preparing to eat our Japanese meal according to their traditions

Yummy! Doodles made sukiyaki (meat & vegetable dish), yakinegi (leeks), and daigakuimo (candied sweet potatoes.) We ate with chopsticks, while sitting on the floor at a low table. We had so much fun, and we also learned a lot. The food is wonderful!

Bug made Turkish Delight as part of his Narnia study. Here he is pouring the gelatin into the boiling water.

After cooling the mixture and cutting it into squares, Bug rolls the Turkish Delight in powdered sugar


Homemade Turkish Delight by Bug

A book Bug and I read and a paper he wrote as part of studying bird migration in his Narnia unit study

Bug studies logic as part of his Narnia study.

Bug plays this logic game. It was hard! It took me a while to solve it.

Doodles watches a Japanese puppet show on Youtube.























 

5 comments:

Keri said...

Wonderful Photos! My kids love to cook too :)


Keri- A Home Schooling, Online Curricula Using, Unit Studies Loving, Co-Op Teaching, Craft Making ~>Momma<~ to DD & DS : `)

MissMOE said...

I love all your pictures! Looks like a really enjoyable and yummy week.

Julie Holmansky said...

Looks delicious!

Silver Moon said...

Love all the cooking! Great week. :)

Jean said...

Looks like a lot of fun. You guys are much better about taking the time to cook the authentic dishes than I have ever been. Ya'll are a "cooking" bunch!

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