Good morning! Today I’m sharing what we do on a daily basis for 5th grade in my What’s in the Workbox Wednesday post. These are Tinkerbell’s workboxes and she does complete all of these activities each day, with the exception of art which we currently only done once a week.
Let’s get started: Watch my What’s in the Workbox 5th Grade video here!
5th Grade Curriculum:
- Art: World’s Greatest Artists 2 and Draw Write Now books
- Bible: Word of Life Quiet Time devotion
- English/Grammar: IEW Fix It Grammar
- History: Abeka 5th Grade
- Literature: Classical Literature Units
- Math: Math U See Epsilon
- Music: Choir (at our options program)
- P.E.: Swim Team, Inline Hockey, PE at Options
- Science: Abeka 5th Grade maybe a scientist unit if we can fit it in!
- Spelling: Spelling You See D
- Typing: Typing Web
- Writing: Institute for Excellence in Writing Group A Continuation
Options: We participate in a once a week options program through our local school district. They offer a variety of classes that help supplement our homeschooling. It also provides the kids with a fun day where they get to see their friends and participate in a classroom environment. Here is a list of her classes this year:
- Language Arts – We of course do this at home as well, but I’m finding that it’s a nice supplement to what we’re doing.
- Science – they get to do fun things like experiments, dissection, electronics, and more.
- Music – Choir and basic instruments.
Links mentioned in the video:
- Our School Room Furniture Setup
- 5th Grade Homeschool Curriculum top picks
- Frixion Erasable Pens
- Snowmen Stackable Pencils
- Gummy Bear Stackable Pencils
- Regular Stackable Pencils
- Fun Iwako Animal Erasers
- Expandable Acrylic Drawer Organizer
- My Literature Lapbooks
- My Science & Inventor Lapbooks
- Famous Artists Lapbook & Unit Study
- Famous Composers Lapbook & Unit Study
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