Friday, January 17, 2020

Norse Mythology I: Week Two

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Monday, January 13

Tuesday, January 14

  • glue dot in finished and dry paintings
  • rough draft, edit, add to MLB "The Creation of Man"
  • read Thérèse Makes a Tapestry by Alexandra S.D. Hinrichs
  • warp our loom for this year's new collaborative tapestry topic: Yggdrasil and the Nine Norse Worlds
  • crockpot dye wool yarn with onion skins and with beets

Thursday, January 16

  • rough draft, edit, add to MLB "Yggdrasil, the World Tree"
  • do page one of Writing in Runes worksheet (PDF)
  • add The Futhark to MLB
  • read "Asgard and the Aesir Gods" and "Odin, the All-father"
  • check on results of crockpot dyed wool yarn
  • add two-page colored pencil drawing of Yggdrasil and the Nine Norse Worlds to MLB

Friday, January 17

A great follow-up to this at home would be playing chess! The Aesir were famous for sitting in Asgard playing chess with beautiful golden pieces. If your child doesn't know how, we will be working on learning this in school.

We've also been continuing with our January read-aloud, Farmer Boy by Laura Ingalls Wilder. In addition to this we have had the first Class Meeting from The No-Fault Classroom: Tools to Resolve Conflict & Foster Relationship Intelligence, which involves working as a group to set a Vision Statement.

Little Bluestem Vision Statement
2019 - 2020

Our vision is a welcoming, calm & productive learning environment
where people feel safe & happy.
Everyone can communicate respectfully.
Each person’s needs are met in a way that is kind & fair.

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