Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Last night I worked with Henry on one of his first homework assignments. I'm so glad he waited for me to get home to do it. I cut out the pictures, he glued on some and Hazel glued on others. Henry also drew various things on the sheet. My favorite drawing of his in the piece is the one he did of Hazel's doll. I know before long helping him do homework will be a big pain, but for now it still has some novelty to it! (Ironically I had spoken to my sister earlier and she was struggling with Evan and his multiplication homework ... that'll be me in a few years ... I'm sure of it.)

Henry's homework.

This is another drawing Henry drew yesterday. It includes a stop sign and traffic light.

3,080 quarters rounded up eight Canadians, one US nickel, two US pennies and one Chinese 1 Yuan.

2,300 dimes yielded four silver Rosies (1952, 1954, 1963D, 1964D), three US pennies, two Canadians and one Estonian 20 Senti. That's the first coin from Estonia for me. A new country!

1,640 nickels got me four Canadians (2 Ni) and one US dime.