Hope stands next to her "The War in the Pacific" poster.
Sydney stands next to her "The Battles of Europe" poster.
The Truth Treasure Hunters, our Tapestry of Grace Year 4 group, celebrated the completion of Unit 2 with a "USO Night" party. The kids presented the Armed Forces Medley, read the Franklin D. Roosevelt speech declaring war after the Pearl Harbor attack by the Japanese, gave individual presentations, and sang White Christmas.
Tapestry of Grace curriculum encourages holding unit celebrations. It is a way to cap off nine weeks of study, give the kids a sense of accomplishment, provide them with a goal ("You'll be reading this at celebration; make sure you do a nice job."), and share their work with Dad and grandparents.
We used to have unit celebrations with just our family, although we didn't get it done every quarter. This year, with two other families in our Truth Treasure Hunters group, celebrations are even more rewarding.
Sydney shows Grandma Edwards her work.
Lane looks through a World War II book with Dad and Grandpa Edwards.
Lane presents his "World War II Aircraft" poster.
Sydney and Hope show off their Victory Roll hair styles. They are standing in front of the painting that the Truth Treasure Hunters made in the style of Jackson Pollack.