Hmm... they got up with DH and played "ice cream shop" in the sandbox for a while with ice cream scoops and plastic "cones." Then I took them to the playground for a couple of hours. Home for lunch, then DS fell asleep while we were walking to the post office to mail a gift to a friend.
I bought DD some cool stamps about an ocean ecosystem and I read her some of the descriptions on the back about the different animals. She decided not to use the stamps and to keep it as a whole sheet and start a stamp collection like her grandfather.
She pondered what the other stamps in the set are probably like, if they are all ocean things, or groups of animals that share characteristics, or all different habitats and the animals that live there. (I told her we could look up the other ones in the series at usps.gov later).
She repeated the sets/grouping thought line at the drugstore, wondering what you would add to different granola bars to make different flavor combinations (ie-they have "s'mores" ones that she guessed have marshmallow and chocolate chips; she wondered what you'd put in to make strawberry shortcake ones, what's in cinnamon crunch ones, etc.)
While DS napped (very short, unfortunately. I hate that he's giving up his nap overall.), she played Headsprout and got a new book to read, then proudly read it to me. Now they're watching Yo Gabba Gabba while I do a little cleaning up around the house.
DD will write and draw a picture in her new journal she started yesterday, and she has a ballet class. We were talking about painting or fingerpainting later.
And this is on a "non-homeschool" day for us!
3 days a week I follow Moving Beyond the Page curriculum with DD, but today is an errands and around the house day. We have this week and next week, same as the local public school, to finish our last homeschool unit. Almost there!