Weekly Wrap-Up: The Bunny, The Bunny, Oh, I Love the Bunny...

Our overall "theme" this week was about bunnies...

The kiddos listened to several bunny stories
this week including...

Of course, we couldn't just read about rabbits...

We used bunnies in our math lessons...

(Read more by clicking HERE...

...and HERE)

We crafted up some Beanie Bunny fun...

(Read more by clicking HERE)

We cooked up a bunny delicacy..

(Read more by clicking HERE)

I also made a special
Muffin Tin Monday lunch
for the kiddos...
(Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail
want you to know that post will be up on Monday...)

We also had to chase down some "wascaly wabbits"...

(Read more about it HERE)

Beyond our theme for the week,
we continued on with our other school subjects...

Monday was our LAST Enrichment class until the fall..

*Sniff, Sniff!*
The girls brought some potted violets
for their teachers...
(Oh, they adore their teachers so much!)

(I didn't have a picture of the violets,
so I threw in a tulip that's in full bloom in our front yard...)
Jungle Girl delved into
telling time during her Math U See lessons
this week...

I am very thankful my mother gave her
a clock that isn't digital for her to practice on...

During World History,
we discussed the Renaissance and the Reformation... the kiddos created sculptures out of Sculpy.

(Read more about it HERE)

Baby Girl and Little Wild Man
worked on the Letter Q this week.

They completed activities like this,
this, and this......and completed Letter Art.

(Read more about it HERE)

During Science,
we learned about how animals
survive in extreme mountain habitats...
You can ask our pet fish how he helped us
during our experiment...

(Read more by clicking HERE)

What a busy week!
It's so nice to be back in the swing of things...

Read about more homeschooling families'
weeks by going on over to the
Weekly Wrap-Up...

(No bunnies or fish were harmed in the making of this blog post.)


  1. Wow, you had a very productive week! I love all the activities you guys come up with. Very clever!!

  2. Okay, I can't wait to see Sunday.

  3. Ah, another project for socks!

  4. I think your week made me tired!

    Sounds like a lot of fun.

  5. Busy, busy, busy! I also saw the post about the frozen fish- that is a really cool idea, and really shows the kids how environment affects living things. What a fun week!