|Rick's Star ship Enterprise D|
|Mike Wazowski--you can tell, right?|
| Mickey Mouse (this was actually the first pancake made)|
|Her project is on how the length of the air column affects pitch. An empty bottle is G#.|
|As she adds water, which shortens the air column, the pitch is higher.|
The twins are doing so much better behavior wise this year. In general, we are very proud of them. The problem is one of them changes his behavior chart and lies to us when he don't do well; the other doesn't bring home a daily chart. Good behavior means more privileges of course. Poor behavior means a loss of privileges until you bring a good behavior mark home. So usually a loss of privileges for 24 hours. But lying has a worse consequence--usually two days of restriction instead of one. We are trying to help them understand that lying only makes things worse. We expect kids to mess up. We adults mess up too.
Tonight one was already on restriction for lying about something really trivial earlier. The thing itself would not have had any punishment, the child just needed to go fix the problem. But she lied instead. Sigh.
The other had been telling me how great he was at school this week, especially today. As he was on his way out the door to a special movie with Rick and Jasmine something didn't seem right. So I asked to see his chart. (The colors this year are totally opposite of earlier years. Red is best, orange is next best then yellow. Green is neutral. Light blue is poor, dark blue is very poor, pink is worst).
This is what the chart looked like.
I'm glad they can have fun together. Hunter isn't smiling, but that's just Hunter :)