If you have read my blog for any amount of time, you will know that my children have several curriculum days at school in the elementary years. You will also know that I have a love/hate relationship with these days. I love that it is a neat experience for them, and it does give them a chance to experience history in a fun way, but I hate having to come up with costumes. Thankfully, over the years we have collected some costumes and have some friends who are very kind to share their costumes with us.
Isaiah had Constitution Day
Their class prepared a whole program for us with songs and speaking parts
I don't know why, but I just love this pic of him.
Introducing: William Patterson, delegate for New Jersey
The whole Constitutional Crew
After their program, they feasted on foods from that time period.
I made Jonnycakes to take.
Laila had Nursery Rhyme Day coming up
Thank goodness I had Abby to help me with this one!
She chose to be Humpty Dumpty
My little cracked egg
I spent the day helping in her classroom with the various activities
The whole class saying the nursery rhymes
We had a fun day!
Sam's class did a unit on Explorers. He was given Vasco Da Gama.
He was thrilled that day!
Laila's class did a Thanksgiving Feast
I think she was beautiful
Abby's class read "The Odyssey", then they had to do a project. She created a board game called "Adventures of Odysseus". You can't really tell by this pic, but there are little flags all over the board with various things to do. She made a 100 on it, of course!
Isaiah brought this drawing of our family home.
He said, "The one who is frowning is Cody."