Week 1 is Sept 5-8, and week two is the week after. Week 2 will be the same as week 1, as I think all activities will take that long to complete. It may go longer.
Start chapter 1 of Blaze New Trails, this is a very active series.
Cooking across America: She will cook twice a week, and the first four states are Florida, Alabama, Alaska, and Arkansas. She has already picked her dishes, and I will be modifying them for CKD, so be sure to watch for those posts. I think she will cook on Tues and Thurs. I also need to find a state info printable for each state, and she will need to read the history of food for each state. See previous posts for the link to that.
This is an easy one, Easy Peasy Homeschool, middle school Math. No prep needed, and she will just move from lesson to lesson each day, as she masters each one. Random testing by me will be done.
The first item of Weather will be clouds, and she has several hands on activities, along with videos and reading to do. I think this will take at least two weeks to finish this series. Lots of fun stuff here. Plus she got a Ranger book with her Blaze New Trails book, and the first activity is squirrel sightings. This one is easy, we have tons of them.
Read the first chapter of Little House in the Big Woods. This goes with the Literature unit study, Prairie Life. There are a ton of fun activities, like make a rag doll. This also will probably take more than one week. The unit study is 12 units, so we can definitely stretch it out.
For Language Arts, Daily Grammar.
Writing: Nanowrimo with the goal for her to write a book on wolves, in November. Lesson one in the Nanowrimo series. We will progress through the lessons each day, hopefully, and she will need to do research on wolves for writing her story. They have a workbook, but I think I will just use the online version.
French/Piano: These will be 30 minutes each, as time allows. These are video lessons, and hands on lessons.