Week 33 – Super Mario Results

Pegasus was VERY invested in this movie. At the Rainbow Road, and again at the end, he kept hopping around as if he was trying to help the characters. He definitely followed the story, as he told me all about it afterward (even though I half-watched it with him).


As per usual, I didn’t do anything specific for this.


His scales are coming along nicely and he willingly practises both his scales and the pieces in the book. He’s only 20 pages away from finishing the first book.

Basic Information

We are working on the day before and the day after any given day. The months of the year is going well. All months have proper pronounciation now, and we’re working on the month before and after any given month. That’s coming slowly.

We practised the seasons, but he still needs help remembering them in French.

Printing words

He tried harder to leave a space between the words this week, which was a nice change. Still not paying attention to the bottom line though.

Counting objects/math-type activities

This was an easy one because I wanted him to practise the smaller numbers. He did a great job.

Math worksheets. He did them both on Monday morning because he was so excited to do them once again. He didn’t need my help at all. He wrote one 7 backward, but fixed it when I pointed it out.


We have no French library books this week, so he read some French books through Boukili.


Learn about friction – We watched the video about friction twice, and he was engrossed. I think he understood; he answered the questions I asked him about it afterward correctly. Who knows how long the information will stick though.

Make a board game – He started off wanting the board to look like “Snakes and Ladders”, but after realizing how much work it was going to be to colour in 100 squares, he decided to change it to a pathway board. Sunk-cost fallacy didn’t play into this decision, which I found interesting. He was quite enthusiastic about colouring the new board and completed it in two days. He was enthusiastic about making the dice and his mind was blown when it folded up into 3D. He is very happy with how this turned out.

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