Week 38 – How to Train Your Dragon Results

Pegasus was enthralled by this movie. He had seen it before a long time ago, so it was a little like watching it for the first time. I forget how fast they talk, so I’m not sure how much of the nuance he got, but he understood the general plot. He was incredibly enthusiastic about the flying (and the music).


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.

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

Pegasus was willing to change his letters a little bit, but spacing is still a problem. He says “It’s fine” when I point it out.

Counting objects/math-type activities

A little trouble counting in French when he got distracted, but he was able to focus and get it all done.

Math worksheets. Zero problems with these. He did them so fast that he missed the ‘0’ on the 30 and 50, but he added them willingly.


We got several French library books this week. He was very excited.


Design a dragon – He didn’t want to design a dragon from scratch, but he was quite happy to draw Toothless, so that is what we did. We used Art Hub’s instructional video (which is the series that we have been using since Dragon decided that we needed to do “art school” on Sundays). Pegasus reacts positively to these videos, so of course I said yes.

Make a paper boat – He did this entirely by himself (I only held the paper down so that it didn’t wiggle away on him). He was very proud of himself.

Learn about prosthetics – He enjoyed learning about the history of prosthetics and how they’re made, and we found some recent videos of a girl with prosthetics – he wanted to watch her opening her Christmas gifts. I think he liked the laid-back activity and cuddling up to me.

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