The Workbox System, created by Sue Patrick, is a organizational tool used by some homeschooling families, including myself. The Weekly Workbox post is a weekly post I do displaying some of the things my kids are learning and some of the activities I am putting into our workboxes. If you use workboxes, please feel free to use the Mcklinky at the bottom of this post to link up to the exact blog post you have written about your workbox system. I love to see what other homeschooling moms are doing and how they are utilizing the workbox system in their homes! Also, feel free to grab my weekly workbox button from my side bar to include in your weekly workbox post if you like! It will link your readers back to my blog so that if they too would like to participate or check in on other bloggers who link up to the workbox posts they can do so easily.
We had a really good week this week. Despite Little Bean recovering from both an ear infection and a nose-dive on the sidewalk while running home from Grandma's house, the kids were in good spirits, and somehow I miraculously chose things for their boxes that they really enjoyed.
This week, Miss O began her work in Get Set for the Code, the second book in the Explode the Code series. She also continued working on letter and shape formation with her Handwriting Without Tears workbook:
I saw this panda craft on Let's Explore, and since we were working on the letter P in her ETC book, I thought this to be the perfect craft project for her. I'll post more about how these turned out later:
Miss O also did the classic fill and spill with these popscicle sticks and an empty creamer container:
And here is a stringing activity. She actually didn't work very hard on this one: