Monday, July 4, 2016

Homeschool Lessons July 2016 Week 1

Sorry this post is late. I had a super busy weekend. So, let's get on with the show!

I have changed our homeschool schedule to:

Mondays and Tuesdays - School required subjects and books
Wednesday - my own lessons from our other books
Thursday - school required subjects and books
Friday - all learning activities. No books, well maybe just for reading and when he wants to work on them.

We have also finished our yearly standardized testing. His ADHD is now confirmed as well as his asynchronous development which is normal in gifted kids. His different IQ age levels range from 3.1 to 6.3. He has the quantitative reasoning skills of a 6.3-year old kid and his age is only 3.0. If you are in the Philippines and want to have your child tested, leave a comment below and I will give you information about it.

Comm Arts

Our school books have arrived! Unfortunately/fortunately, we have already covered most of the topics in the books. We will just use them for review and for school record purposes.

Comm Arts is now divided into Language and Reading.

For Language, we will learn about telling others about yourself, greetings and polite expressions.

For Reading, we will review colors, line tracing and same and different.

From this book, we will work on personal pronouns.


We don't have our Science worksheets yet so we will continue with this book:

We are almost done with this book. This week, we will review animal needs (food, home), animal movements, animal sounds, matter and energy. Hopefully, we will finish this book by Friday.


  • Duties at home
  • Places in the school and exercises


  • sight words
  • letters L to O


This will also be another review week. We got the books last Friday and my son immediately worked on the first 30 pages with his grandma in one sitting. So, I think it's safe to say that we will be done with this book in no time. 
  • Big, bigger, biggest
  • small, smaller, smallest
  • long and short
  • tall and short
We will probably cover more as he works on several pages at a time. 

We will also work on subtraction problems from this book:


We are on the last letter of this book. 

Dot-to-Dots is included in the curriculum so we will work on this book as frequently as we can. 

Our other activities will come from these books:

Of course, here are our regulars. We are on upper and lower cases for the letters D to H this week. 

As for other activities, I will try to post them as we go. 

If you want to save these lessons for future reference, feel free to Pin this image to your Pinterest board. 


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