My son is reading a variety of books right now related to religion. I'm making a last pass through some of them before they're sold or put away for future generations. This week he read through a Biblical timeline entitled How We Got the Bible, Rose Publishing:
Our Cover doesn't look like this one, but the contents looks the same.
He also read A Child's Book of Prayer, Helen Sudell, Ed. and He is My Shepherd, David and Helen Haidle.
He began reading from A World of Faith, Peggy Fletcher Stack and Kathleen Peterson, and will conclude that next week.
His algebra class was moved from Monday to Tuesday due to snow, but did get done! We also worked on Russian Math at home.
He continued with his regular routine of Language Arts work. In his outside Lit class, they completed After the Dancing Days and started work on Nothing to Fear. He has started a vocab section on Greek roots, so it getting to reinforce his Greek work in that regard.
He continued with his geography workbook.
In languages, he continued with his work in Spanish grammar, and they did manage to have class on Tuesday, too. He completed a quiz and a couple of lessons in Latin, and we caught up with the test I had neglected to give him last week. He completed lesson 20 in Greek and we did a good review today.
This week we've been reading more on the subject of Colonial America.
He read Chapter 23 in SOTW and outlined one section. He also read: The Boston Tea Party, Dennis Fradin, and The Thirteen Colonies, Brendan January.