It is when we fall, that we look up. I knew these were lies but they felt so real and convincing, that I knew I needed rest and to pray. It hit me this week that this all happened on Good Friday. A day we call Good because that is the day that God's only Son, Jesus took all of the sin of the world so that we could be saved.
But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us. Romans 5:8
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I can do all things through Christ which strengthen me.
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- Moses and the King by: Kelly Pulley
- God Gave Us Easter by: Lisa Tawn Bergren
- The Fairest Town in the West by: Karen Poth
- Batman Reptile Rampage by: Katharine Turner
Bible and Reading:
Monday - Today, we read "Moses and the King."
Tuesday - The boys watched "The Donkey and the King" in the FREE Bible App for Kids and we also read "God Gave Us Easter." G did Lesson 1 - Reading the Letter A in his new pre-k ABCmouse lessons and B did Lesson 77 - Reading Words on the Farm, Part 1.
Thursday - B did Lesson 77 in "100 Easy Lessons" and G did Lesson 3 - Reading: The Letter B on ABCmouse.
Friday - We talked about why today is called Good Friday and the importance behind it. We also read "The Fairest Town in the West" and "Batman Reptile Rampage."
Saturday - We watched "A Good Sunday" on Bible App for Kids and B did Lesson 78 in "100 Easy Lessons."
Art, Music and Physical Education:
Monday - We went to the Springs and the boys ran around, swam, walked, played football and also played on the playground.
Tuesday - The boys played at our playground today and B did Lesson 79 - World Around Us: Spanish Secondary Colors in ABCmouse.
Friday - We went to visit my Mom down by the beach and had a wonderful time walking and swimming.
Saturday - We played games today at church including a game where all the kids stood in a circle holding hands and they had to have each person step through the hula hoop without breaking apart the circle. The boys also made an Easter craft magnet.
Motor and Social Skills, and Critical Thinking:
Monday - The boys built sand castles and moats with their friends who were with us. We had a picnic lunch together and the kids had a blast playing the game "Colors" in the water.
Tuesday - The boys had their cousin and aunt over for a playdate, and later played with one of their friends outside.
Thursday - B answered reading comprehension questions.
Friday - We built sand castles at the beach :)
Saturday - We had an amazing time at church and the boys had an Easter Egg Hunt. One of the boys' friends won the magical Golden Egg and B got upset because he didn't win it. I explained to him it is good to be happy for our friends when they get something good, just like they will be happy for us when something good happens to us. B also had to answer reading comprehension questions.
Thursday - B wrote had, the, then, went, near, come, u and b.
Saturday - B wrote x and er.
Monday - The boys played "Marco Polo" in the water and had to count before trying to find their friends.
Tuesday - B did Lesson 78 - Math: Counting 13 and 14 on ABCmouse and G did Lesson 2 - Math: Number 1.
Thursday - B finished 92% of his lesson plan on ABCmouse today with Lesson 81 - Math: Counting 15 and 16.
Saturday - We played Connect 4 today and had the boys count the amounts of red counters to yellow counters.
Science and Social Studies:
Monday - We learned about what a spring is today, which is created by an aqua fifer in the ground and also from water runoff and rain. We saw some fish in the water with us and also birds flying overhead.
Tuesday - B did Lesson 80 - World Around Us: My Body in ABCmouse today. We also went to the library for a free petting zoo they had with a goat, snake, baby piglet, pony, and the boys got to ride horses!
Saturday - We dyed Easter eggs today and the boys loved seeing them change color before their eyes. They learned the longer the eggs sat in the color, the darker the color became.
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