A couple of months ago I posted the first half of our Quality of Numbers main lesson. I honestly didn't mean to leave off on posting the second half for so long, but life had other plans. Apologies to anyone who was worried that those kids would never get out of the enchanted tunnel. I hope it hasn't kept you up at night. ;)
If you find yourself wondering what the heck I'm talking about, please see part one of this story here: "One, the Sun!"
For those of you who wishing I would just get on with it, I will try to keep it short and sweet-- just like tunnel number six, which was....
For number eleven: I used Joseph's dream of the eleven sheaves of corn bowing to him. You could also use the eleven stars bowing down to Joseph in his second dream. For another, more grade one-like, idea: H.C. Andersen wrote a fairy-tale called "The Wild Swans," which is about eleven swans (eleven brothers). That would be perfect I think!"
As for the last few drawings above, I left those completely up to my children to work on independently. Funnily enough, they each chose to draw the horses, the Sky Queen, and the dragon. These are all Kitty Bill's drawings and text. I am completely charmed by his red dragon, golden scales and all.