Tama 1 assisted me in teaching tama 3 about right-angle triangles. He made shapes on his computer to explain it more clearly. That helped me out a great deal. :) I could concentrate on tamāhine 2 longer.
Tama 4 decided he would change the angles, which became a hindrance, but, we figured our way around him - as you do. ;)
Tama 1 - completed Geometry 26C
Tamāhine 1 - completed Algebra 25C
Tama 2 - completed Pre-Algebra 21B
Tama 3 - completed Delta 16C and
○ Tama 3 enjoys the short science lessons. On Friday we completed insects. We head into Ocean habitat next week. (Year 5 Science Workbook.)
○ Tama 4 is working hard to hold his pencil correctly. Actually, I should mention, tamāhine 2 has improved immensely with her pencil grip, also.
This week's lesson was moved to Wednesday due to the weather. It gave tama 1 a few more days to rest his hand at least.
Here's a screenshot of tama 2 going around the barrels.
Flying Lesson #2
Tama 1 had his second lesson, Sunday morning. Having an eight-week-old puppy I decided to stay home. Whaiāipo sent me a message to say he was flying over Mokoia, so we kept an eye out as he turned east. I filmed on my phone as best as I could. He flew a Cessna this time. I've taken a quick screenshot where there's a glimpse of our roof and tama 1 flying.
Must show this to tamāhine 1. Practiced with the Club twice this week. Tama 1 putting in extra practice at home also in preparation for grading in a few weeks.
Whaiāipo brought him home on Saturday afternoon.
It's been years since we had a dog, so we didn't have a collar or a leash. Tamāhine 1 whipped up a toy for him as well as recycled an old lanyard to make a groovy collar. Tama 1 created a makeshift leash as well.
A cardboard box and an old baby blanket for his wee bed.
Thanks for dropping byka kite ano