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The Sea of Seeds

December 12, 2011

Once there was a gopher named Phil. He had big eyes, but looked like a guinea pig. One day Phil was walking through the city and as he walked over a hill he saw a giant sea of seeds. He likes eating seeds more than anything in the world, so he wanted to eat them […]

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Seeds: 101

December 7, 2011

Today we learned about seeds. All plants grow from seeds. The parts of a seed are the seed coat and the embryo, inside the embryo are the root, stem, and leaves. Today while we hiked we were on a seed hunt, we found a lot. It’s important that the seeds get spread out so they […]

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Yellowstone

December 2, 2011

When my family went to Yellowstone this summer I got to drive a boat for the first time ever, it was so fun! We went fishing on the boat and I caught the only fish. I named the fish Lucky, he was delicious. While we were there we went to see Old Faithful. The geyser […]

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Juice Journal: Stingray Juice

November 30, 2011

INGREDIENTS: 1——————-Handful of Spinach 2 ——————Apples 2 ——————Celery stalks 3 ——————Carrots 1 cup————-Orange Juice = 4 cups or 1 quart of juice DESCRIPTION: Orange and delicious. RATINGS: Quinn———-4.5 Daddy———4.5 Mommy——-5.0 Average Rating = 4.66

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Mt. Rushmore

November 26, 2011

When my family went to South Dakota we went to Mount Rushmore. They carved the faces in the mountain using dynamite. I met a man that was one of the actual workers, he was old. It was the first time I ever rode an electric scooter, it went really fast. The mountain is smaller than […]

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A Happy Ending

November 17, 2011

On most school days Quinn writes in a journal for a half an hour. Sometimes I will give him a prompt to guide his writing, but most of the time he has complete control of the subject or lack there of. Occasionally the product of that half hour is nothing more than the written version […]

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Washington D.C.

November 11, 2011

Washington D.C. is the capital of our country. It was named after George Washington. D.C. stands for District of Columbia. Washington D.C. is not a part of any state, it is a city. It lies on the Potomac river. There are over 300 monuments and statues there. My family went to D.C. Last summer and […]

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Juice Journal: Orange Crush

November 11, 2011

It is a lot of fun for me as a homeschool teacher to find ways to incorporate our lessons into activities from our everyday life. One of my favorites so far has been Quinn’s Juice Journal. Not only is our entire family getting to drink great tasting juice and get a full days supply of […]

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Copley Square

November 1, 2011

When we lived in Boston, me and my dad went to Copley Square a lot. We ate roasted nuts and also fed them to the birds, they loved them. They were chasing after them and attacking the other birds to get the nuts. Next to the little park area where we were at, there was […]

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Ready, Set, Draw!

October 13, 2011

If you were to look through any of my old high school or college notebooks you would quickly notice there are just as many pictures as words. Bridges, statues, maps, landscapes, and animals, every margin of every page is filled with doodles and sketches of whatever I was learning about that day. To teachers and […]

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