- Read about xylophone in Story of the Orchestra
- Watched a video on YouTube of it being played
- Create mini-book about xylophone
- Read about the timpani in Story of the Orchestra
- Listened to Track 31 on the CD
- Watched this video on YouTube of a timpani solo (impressive!)
- Created mini-book about timpani
- Read from Lives of the Musicians (new book) pgs. 49-53 about Brahms
- Read from Meet the Great Composers
- Created mini-book about Brahms
- Watched Lesson 9 in "God & The History of Art" on "The Reformation"
- Watched art lesson on "Perspective Drawing" in "Beginning Drawing"
- High Horizon line
- Low Horizon line
- 1 & 2 point perspective drawing
I love how hard he is concentrating here. Tongue & all!
- Read about Jackson Pollock in Art in Story
- Watched this video and this video on YouTube about Pollock. The first shows Pollock in action and the second shows his Top 20 paintings
- Of course, no study of Pollock would be complete without having a go at some "action painting" of our own!
Happy just discovered the joy of "spatter painting."
Conductor's go at it. He used just white & blue.
Lego-Man had the best time of all I think.
Our day ended by listening to Story of the World Volume 2 (just started) as we drove to AWANA. AWANA Club for two hours in the evening. The boys always have a good time with this.