I plan on going through the alphabet again with Amelia, including Hannah (the way I included Amelia while I was teaching Tabitha) and we are going to be doing some new things, like puppets from the Interlock curriculum and once again making the alphabet books we made last year, while doing the word cards and the chalk board. I found these huge flashcards that I thought would be a great addition:
Then I came across the teacher's editions for the First grade Abeka readers I have started using with Tabitha. The great thing is, I am actually missing some of the readers, which I didn't realize, so I can just let her read out of the teacher edition. The teacher's notes will be a huge benefit for me.
Then I found some random resources that just looked fun.
And some simplified Little House books to read at bedtime. I think the Tabitha at least liked Little House in the Big Woods, but it was still over her head. I enjoy reading the chapter books in addition to picture books, but it is hard to find books for the girls' understanding level.
So while I am still up in the air about the curriculum we will be using after the Weaver Interlock, I did have a good time at the sale. Next time we think we would prefer to have a babysitter though.