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Timeline Tuesday, Farmers Market & More

WOW it's only 12:30 and we have already had school, our craft, watched a movie, went to the Farmers Market and had lunch...I am tired out already....LOL  Today is Tuesday which means two things...Timeline Tuesday (american history) for school AND our town Farmer's Market is on Tuesdays.   A friend of mine and I are trading weeks teaching the boys American History. Today's lesson was John Smith and Pocahontas.   While I taught, the other mom and the girls (her two and my two) watched the Disney Movie, Pocahontas and played.  

Mapping out John Smith's journey from England to Jamestown, VA

Some Scholastic Reading... Pocahontas 

Making their Indian Hats

Just a little fun with the

Look nice, huh!

Meanwhile upstairs....

They were pretending they were all on a ride (those boas were their seat belts)

After to the farmer's market for our fresh veggies....we try to buy
local whenever we can....

Kids sampled some DELICIOUS fresh creamy chocolate milk!

Pickle man...(I bought some pickled red peppers from him...YUMMO)

Boys with their lemonade...

then home for lunch...

Except for the Weight Watchers bagel...all was from the market fresh and yummy!

Working on another party for is turning 7!

Gotta run!


Mary said…
I love American History! I wish our town had a Farmer's Market like yours, it looks incredible!
Tracy said…
That sandwich makes my mouth water! Looks so good! So glad you had a fun Tuesday with yummy Farmer's Market food!
JDaniel4's Mom said…
We love visiting our farmer's markedt too. The peaches have been wonderful.

Thanks you for linking to Read.Explore.Learn. This counts as an entry in the Summer Reading Challenge- June Edition.

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