Today is Thursday, which means we go to Parkour, and we usually do Chumash in the car on the way over. It's about a 20 minute drive. I was surprised that Chana brought the Chumash, since she doesn't really like to do new pesukim while I'm driving and can't really look at the pesukim. It goes like:
Me: What? Can you read it again?
Me: What? I can't understand you
Me: I don't think that's a word. Are you sure you have the nekudos right?
Chana: Never mind!
Me: But how can you translate it?
Chana slams the Chumash shut.
Anyway, today she muttered a bit about the spacing. I said I thought maybe now that she's older it won't bother her that much. She muttered some more and then did 5 pesukim. She had planned on doing until the first parsha setuma, which is 4 more pesukim. They had enough unfamiliar words that she wanted to wait to do it when we were sitting next to each other.
Lots of things happened today, and now Chana is at a bat mitzva from someone she met in sleepaway camp, and so we won't be doing any more work this evening. Haha, in our homeschool she works in the evening so she's "missing a day of school" to go to a party.
There are a number of fascinating rashis on the first pasuk that I am completely unfamiliar with. They are a bit complicated so I'm picking out phrases and underlining them so she doesn't have too much difficulty with them.
And I can't believe I have never seen these rashis! And then I realized: When did I even learn Vayikra in high school? I didn't. I'm not sure how much we did in elementary school, either. I know the high school trends have changed and I think more schools are covering it now. But this is new to me!