At this point I have no idea but will have to decide soon!
These are the things that we have been able to cover.
Counting, addition and subtraction, finding unknown addend, word problems involving 1 operation, word problems with missing information, tens and units, recording numbers, mental mathematics for numbers 1-20 and 1-100 in certain cases, shapes, yards and meters, tables and graphs, patterns.
This year I really have been focusing on fundamentals.
Sentence structure, capital letters, voiced/ unvoiced sounds, roots and suffixes, spelling with ck, c/k, final ve, stable syllables -ble, -fle, -ple, -tle, -gle, -cle, -zle, -sle, -kle, trigraph igh, ing, digraphs ai, ay, ch, sh, oo, ow, ng, combination or, ar, er, ur, ir. Eleazar is comfortable with recognizing roots, suffixes and prefixes of words. We wrote short dictations every day.
We read twice the following series: pre-primer, primer, the eclectic first and second readers from the McGuffey's readers and pre-primer, primer, book one and book two from Elson basic readers.
Eleazar is a confident reader but I still like to supervise his reading.
We have read the story of Ancient times through Roman empire. I use "The story of the world" by Susan Wise Bauer. Along with history we studied some geography.
We finished our botany, zoology and human body books. I used "God's design for science" series.
We also reviewed astronomy from "Exploring creation with astronomy".
And just recently we started to explore some concept in physics.
We advanced further in memorizing Shema Israel, as well as we continuously reviewed all the prayers we learned last year. Our reading has improved. We copied names of God from the Tanakh in Hebrew and memorized them. We did all sorts of creative projects and learned about the meaning of every Hebrew holiday: Pesach, Shavuot, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Channukah, Purim.
We continued learning new vocabulary and studied in depth John 1., and Revelation 1.
We continued to practice reading in Greek.
Next year I will focus on writing.
We finished Prima Latina book. Next year we will move on something new.
In addition to memorizing pieces, we discussed a lot of English words with Latin roots.
Recently I have abandoned my own Chinese program for Eleazar and decided to focus on the program of the Chinese school where he will be going during the summer. We are half through the first reader for the Chinese kindergarten and finished all the characters for the 1st semester.
We continue doing Chinese calligraphy and next year I want to add Chinese painting.
Eleazar has a big interest for Latvian. We started to learn reading Latvian and our vocabulary has increased since the last year.
Eleazar has finished the very first piano book. He can play simple pieces, knows notes, notation and rhythm. He is happy to study every day for about 20-30 minutes.
We finished 1 semester of gymnastics and then we had an attempt to study karate but, unfortunately, it did not last. Our plan is to take swimming lessons in summer and then go back to Shaolin kung fu and gymnastics.