Weekly Wrap-Up: The One with a Cookie Factory, Girl Scouts, and Other Fun

While I thought this was a crazy busy week for us, Babydoll probably enjoyed it more than I know.  It was packed with fun stuff!

The week started with a cookie factory tour, and really, what better way to start off your week?  {Actually, that would be a cookie tour that doesn’t start at 9 am in Birmingham, but you know…}

We also had a Girl Scout meeting this week.  Babydoll and my other Brownie scout worked on {and earned} a few Try-Its.  In two weeks they will be heading on a homeschool field trip that happens to be on meeting day, so we’re tying it in to another Try-It they can earn.

We worked on fractions in Math, which Babydoll has really taken a liking to.  In Language Arts, we continued learning about verb tenses {I swear I didn’t learn this many different tenses}.  The Crusades, Robin Hood, and the Magna Carta were discussed in History.  We also did some Literature and worked on her blog a tiny bit.

Science was major fun this week as we learned about the human body, specifically cells and the digestive system.  Babydoll made a cell with a Ziploc bag, pineapple Jell-O, and a maraschino cherry.  She then “divided” the cell to see how cells divide.  She also made “Donna Digestion” {that was quite possibly the most insane project K12, Inc., has ever come up with-but Babydoll enjoyed it} with a cardboard circle, yarn hair, construction paper mouth, tube sock esophagus, construction paper stomach, and 6 pairs of stocking stapled together to make intestines.  Crazy I tell you!  All so that Donna could eat a plastic strawberry and “digest” it…

Friday we toured a home that had been offered up as a co-op location, and Babydoll made a new friend while there.  Straight from there, we headed to a park play date.  Today Babydoll has an away soccer game {45 minutes away…} and we’ll work on our cakes for the fair tomorrow.  Then tomorrow it’s off to the fair to see our cakes be judged.

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