Sunday, November 15, 2009

Highlights from "K" Week

I wasn't kidding when I said we kept "K" week simple. It was such a busy week with celebrating the Feast of St. Martin, planning a Baby Shower, and trying to keep up with the core subjects.

We didn't get to the Picture Book Science or the Picture Study... In fact, Rascal said he "wouldn't do anything that had had to do with Kiiissssessss... Ewwww!" Well, that changed pretty quickly when I said, "oh... that's too bad, I thought you might like to help the girls make some Hershey Kiss Kritters!" ;) lol!

Here are a few of the things we did do during "K" week, in addition to reading Elizabeth's lovely story about Michael and the Kingcup Fairy, creating Modelling Wax letter K's, and practicing forming the letter K with Handwriting Without Tears Hands-On Materials and Kimberlee's Grey Block Paper.





~ Kingcup Fairy Coloring Pages ~

From this Coloring Book
(While looking at the Flower Fairies Alphabet book and listening to the CD!)


~ K is for Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha ~


Our Painted Blessed Kateri,
for with An Alphabet of Catholic Saints


Blessed Kateri Coloring Pages from Our Saints Alphabet on CD and the Faith Keepers Collection.
(50% off for Home Schoolers)
Copywork from An Alphabet of Catholic Saints. (You can print the one I made here.)

We also listened listened to I want to be a Christian! The Story of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha,
and read Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha by Father Lovasik.



~ Crafts ~

Hershey Kisses Kritters

Supplies:
Hershey Kisses, Craft Foam, Feathers, Pipe Cleaners, Googly Eyes, and Glue Dots



From left to right:
Red Ant Kisses, Kiss Ostrich, Butterfly Kiss, Ladybug Kisses, and a Kiss Katerpillar

You can print some instructions here.
(Twinkle Toes creatively came up with the Red Ant and Ladybug on her own.)

We also sent a couple custom Kiss cards!


~ Serendipi-Tea time ~

I knew I wasn't going to have much time this week, so when we made cupcakes on the Feast of St. Martin, I kept half aside for the girls to decorate for K week!


K is for Kittens, King's Crowns, and Kites







Well, we are now at the end of "L" week, though it Looks Like I've been Lazy we will be spending a few more days finishing up this coming week, since we still have a few unfinished projects, including the girls Ladybug Lapbooks, since it was such a busy week including our Last Little Flowers meeting for the year, as well as WeLL child check-ups for ALL our Little ones.

My plan, right now, is to finish L, M & N and then we will be Off until next year.

6 comments:

  1. It always looks and sounds like so much fun at your house...can I come stay for a week??? LOL. I'm betting it would be a BLAST.
    Thanks for the inspiration, as always!!

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  2. Thanks for the inspiration! I love the cupcakes.

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  3. You did a great job on K (it's a great letter). It's too bad candy isn't spelled Kandy! :)
    The kids did a great job on their Kritters and Kupcakes.

    You're gonna be a mama of six in no time so just take it easy.

    Take care,
    Kristyn

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  4. So fun! Thanks for sharing jessica!

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  5. Lovely "K" week Jessica! Even for "K"eeping it simple it sure does look like it was a successful fun time! Thanks so much for sharing it with us.

    God bless!

    p.s. you and the baby continue to be in my prayers.

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