Still, this is our storypage, and our family, and therefore our daily Do.
Looks like coin value and counting the money in her piggy bank... which also looks like sorting and stacking, and also playing with addition and subtraction.
It looks like playing Math Noodlers for the three of us. After looking at the game, I accidentally picked up and purchased 2-3 grade instead of 4-5 grade, but it's working out alright, as Maddie can play, too. And while it's easy for Trevelyn, there are a few questions that are a bit challenging, that have to be thought about.
(rub your tummy and pat your head while you count backwards from 390 to 280 by 10's)
It looks like lots of treadmill play.
And biking play.
And since they (and she) are all about health in this moment, "I'm gonna have a plate of some healthy foods," she said.
and Magic School Bus : Works Out. Because.. you know. We always like Ms Friz.
and then like another dozen or so episodes. :)
with Bill Nye. Chemical Reactions.
an' then just Bill, as chemical explosions are just too distracting.
And other game play.
We make cookies,
And jump on the trampoline.
In our house unschooled, goodly play looks like a morning visit with a friend at the children's museum for Maddie. (Trevelyn has outgrown it, sadly.)
And it looks like Minecraft videos and play. (Their love affair with Minecraft is just beginning.)
It looks like plenty of time for playing in the backyard,
and then opening the front gate and venturing out a little ways there, too.
and a favorite game of ours... kick the walnut. Which is a "cross the finish line first" game.
Well, you know.