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Wrapping up The Little Red Lighthouse.

Tuesday was a day to study bridges, so it seemed only fair to spend Thursday studying lighthouses as well. Interestingly, Alex didn’t want to read the book yesterday. She said that she doesn’t like the part about the boys stealing … Continue reading

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Unpack your adjectives.

Today was our Language Arts day with The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge. We revisited a topic that we covered waaaay back when she was four, before we even started homeschooling: personification. The little red lighthouse, like … Continue reading

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Bridges, and the creation of same.

We had an abbreviated day today, since we were going to the home of some friends for “second seder”. I went through the book with Alex, and then told her we were going to learn a little about bridges. I … Continue reading

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The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge.

We’ve got another real classic this week: the 1942 book The Little Red Lighthouse and the Great Gray Bridge, by Hildegarde Swift. It’s told from the vantage point of a tiny lighthouse on the banks of the Hudson River, which … Continue reading

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