Thursday, January 16, 2014

Cycle 2 Wk 14

The countries of Baltic Europe sang to "It's raining, It's pouring" melody.
English Grammar for cycle 2 wk 14 the definition of an adverb.  We sing it to the melody of "The Ants Go Marching In".
Science Cycle 2 wk 14, the difference between an acid and base sung to "Itsy Bitsy Spider".


Lastly, we have a beautiful rendition of Supercalifragilistic (not sure how to spell that, and wasn't going to google it).  However, our words are the Linear Equivalents memory work.
Sorry, none of them were quite as fun as last weeks states of matter song.  However for those of you who just do better with songs... here you go. 

As usual, I chose my little short cut to link you from pinterest to this post.

2 comments:

  1. I cannot tell you enough how much I have LOVED your fun ways of presenting the new grammar! Last semester, your blog was the first one I checked when I sat down to plan for presenting new grammar to my little class. As a first year tutor, I wanted to thank you SO much! Any ideas for week 16 you want to share early? (I already have week 15 prepared for our community day on Tuesday, but after watching your little videos, I often think, "OH, I wish I had used her tune/motions/chant.") Thank you for providing fresh ideas! Have a great semester!

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  2. Welll, thanks sweetie! Such an encouragment. Too, bad it sounds like you are a week ahead of us. I will look at wk 16 tomorrow and see what I can come up with :) Have a great CC week!!!

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