Hey guys! It’s been forever since I posted a What’s in the Workbox Wednesday post and I just remembered how much I love them so I thought I’d bring them back! We’ve been using workboxes for so many years now I don’t even remember when we started! But they obviously work well for us so I don’t have plans to change anytime soon!
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Let’s start by seeing what my 4th grader is up to this year shall we?
Her first drawer houses her Bible, Daily Agenda, and her drawer organizer. Her bible worksheets are below the daily agenda so you can’t see it. I always get a lot of questions on our daily lesson plans and where I get that printout from (the spiral with the yellow highlighted activities). You can get our homeschool lesson plans by grade here!
In her second drawer she keeps her math. We’re using Math U See Delta this year. I just pull out one week’s worth of worksheets every Friday so they’re ready to go for the upcoming week. Then she just pulls one off the top each day. Easy peasy!
Her next drawer has her Spelling You See D & E and her IEW Robin Hood Book 2. I don’t pull out worksheets for these, we just use those sticky tabs and move them from one day to the next so she knows what worksheet she’s on.
Her next drawer has her writing in it. This year she’s working through IEW Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales The puppy binder is where she stores all of her writing assignments, etc. Again we just use a sticky tab to keep track of where she is in the booklet.
And that’s it for our 4th grade curriculum line up this year! So far we love everything!
Here is our entire 4th Grade Curriculum lineup, some things don’t fit in the boxes and so I thought you’d like to see them all listed:
- Bible: (UPDATED!) Building on the Rock Bible Curriculum by Summit and Indescribable 100 Devotions
- Daily Learning Notebook (Elementary level manuscript version. or Elementary cursive version)
- World’s Greatest Artists Vol. 1 or 2
- English: IEW Robin Hood Book 2
- Math: Math U See Delta (Plus facts review sheets from Math-Aids.com if needed)
- History: Road Trip USA & my Colorado Unit Study
- Science: Abeka Science 4
- Writing: IEW Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales
- Literature: My Classical Literature Units (Check out my 4th Grade Literature Reading List coming soon!)
- Reading Comprehension: Abeka Read & Think Skill Sheets 4 (We only do these once a week)
- Spelling: Spelling You See D & E (She’ll finish Level D from last year, then start E)
- Typing: Typing Web (free online typing program)
- Extra-curricular activity: Ice Hockey, Golf, and 4H
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