Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Today's Homeschool Day

Explorers - journal entry "who is your favourite explorer'
Math - Tenmarks - Telling Time 9/10 8/10
Language Arts - 2 pages of workbook
Typing - One lesson and practise
Art- started wooden model

Monday, March 26, 2012

James Cook

James Cook joined the British Navy in 1755, at age 27.

In July of 1776 Cook set sail on his third voyage, again in Resolution, to look for a possible northern sea route between Europe and Asia.

In 1778 he became the first know European to reach the Hawaiian Islands.

Later in 1778 Cook sailed up the northwest coast of North America, and was the first European to land on Vancouver Island in British Columbia.

He continued up the coast through the Bering strait, and entered the Arctic Ocean. Great walls of ice blocked the expedition, so Cook headed back for the Hawaiian Islands.

On February 14, 1779 Cook was stabbed to death by Hawaiian natives while investigating a theft of a boat by an islander. The expedition arrived back in England in October of 1780.

Captain Cook's voyages lead to the establishment of colonies throughout the Pacific by several European countries. He is considered one of the world's greatest explorers.

BC - Captain James Cook

Captain James Cook, R.N. - 1778
Captain James Cook,

In March 1778, Captain James Cook of the Royal Navy became the first European to set foot on British Columbian soil when he visited Friendly Cove on Nootka Island.

While anchoring in Resolution Cove on Bligh Island, across from Friendly Cove, the natives hollered "itchme nutka, itchme nutka", meaning "go around" (to Yuqout), but Cook misinterpreted their calls, believing the name of the area to be Nootka.


James Cook Videos

Watch the video of Captain Cooks ending Click here

Watch the video - Early Canadian Settlment Click Here

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Daily multplication practice 9X

Daily multplication practice 9X

Faith and writing lists

Read page 154 of the Children's Illistrated Bible

Create a list of three things you learn about Isaiah.
Have a clear title and a numbered list. Use proper capitilization and punctuation.

"He shall feed his flock like a shepard..." Isiah 40:11

Spelling Workout Lesson 29

Spelling pretest

Pages 117- 120

The O sound can be spelled many ways

Monday, March 5, 2012

Mario forgets who he is.

Common and Proper Nouns Worksheet

18 / 20 ! Way to go!

If the Noun is common - write "common noun"
If the noun is porper, re-write the noun on the line using the correct capitilzation


Letter A sheet

Friday, March 2, 2012