For Bible work, he is continuing to listen to "The World's Greatest Stories from the World's Greatest Book".
In Geography, he's continuing with the 50 States workbook. We also caught up on map work from SOTW and MapTrek.
In Reading, I think I forgot to mention last week that he finished Captain Kidd's Cat, Robert Lawson. This week, he's been reading French fairy tales, mostly from Perrault, from various books, as we're reading about Louis XIV.
This is not what my copy looks like, but it is by Reader's Digest and is edited by the same person, Belle Sideman.... I regularly use this book for reading of fairy tales. I also always check out library copies of some of the tales that are beautifully illustrated, too. We adore good illustrations....
In Math, he attended his algebra class and completed his homework for that. He made a good score on his first test which was returned this week, so he was happy with that. We caught up in Russian Math with some problems we didn't have time to complete in all the craziness of last week. And we got our work done in that book for this week. I just do a couple of sections a week in that as review and drill to support what he's doing in algebra. We are using a Brown, Dolciani book for algebra, but it's not one from back in the 1960's. It's just one from the 1990's. Still, it's a good book....
He's continuing with his work in chapter 3 of Vocabulary for the College Bound; continuing with Easy Grammar; and continuing with his writing exercises pertaining to the book Blue Willow, which his lit class is currently reading. He started on his Route 66 project and we have to run by AAA this weekend to pick up a Route 66 map for him to use in his presentation.
Here's one image we're using for his display board! And here's a great website about Route 66:
I was mistaken about him completing lesson 9 in Latin Primer III last week. He studied for the test one day, then took it the next. So this week he's done lesson 9, lesson 10, and today he worked on the crossword.
We caught up in Greek, yeah! He finished up week 12 work and we've reviewed and reviewed....
He attended his Spanish class on Tuesday. He has to check out a book from the library that's written in Spanish and read it to the class next week. He completed his grammar work in the Barron's book. He just finished up chapter 2 in that book.
I still have not gotten caught up in that! I don't know why I always stall out at the review sections and can't seem to move through them. I wish I could find a logic program I truly like....
I also decided that the book on Cromwell, English Civil War, and Puritans in the new world is just too important not to read all of it, so I'm continuing to slog slowly through that one, too.... It might go faster if I could stop commenting about it, LOL....
I continued reading from books already begun and we added in The Three Musketeers.
He read The Elements: Silver, Susan Watt and The Story of Oxygen, Karen Fitzgerald.