I've owned this program for years and used it with my girls when they were younger. They loved it too. I found it at a homeschool convention when it was just coming out. I had been searching for years for a program like this but my search always came up empty. I was overjoyed when I talked to the author and she explained how the program worked and her reasons for writing it. With co-ops and such taking up our time it sat on the shelf for a few years. But now I've dusted it off and I'm kicking myself for not bringing it down earlier. It is so much fun!
The lesson on this day was describing a setting. The boys each had to choose a book to use for their example. Bugs chose to use his book he is reading for his literature study.
Sam the Minuteman
I had Elvis do two examples since he is older.
Think, think, thinks! Hee, hee.
(He's not having a hard time, I promise. He is a goofball especially when I get out the camera. Lol!)
They were busy beavers. After they have completed their assignments they are always eager to share with me and with each other what they have written.
Yesterday we learned about the different kinds of plots & then about developing your plot. Very cool! I'm looking forward to tomorrow when they put it all together and begin writing their story.