It’s the last week of the regular home school year. I split the kids workbooks into 4 more days and we’re calling it a semester! Yes! It’s bit more than I’d normally have them do from the workbooks in a week, but a lot is review or fairly easy for them. The 4 yo last … [Read more…]
A week in home school learning using workbooks as a basic fill in between unit studies for beginning home schoolers. Learn how we craft a week!
We’re still working with the basic workbooks this week, but first, the weekend! It was mother’s day weekend which meant we ran, ran, ran and I still didn’t feel super celebrated. Friday night was the mother/daughter thing at church, and it was rush rush getting everyone ready. The toddler still peed her pants in the … [Read more…]
The kids Club is over for the year and they had their swim party for it Sunday. The toddler has bronchitis and about half the family has some sort of sniffle. I’m waiting for it to hit me. Needless to say it’s been kind of scattered around here what with saying ‘cover your face’ every … [Read more…]
Monday the kids worked on some more basic skills, working through letters and math concepts for their age. They also graphed jelly beans since Friday was national jelly bean day! Mom managed to procure some jellybeans on Saturday so we held them over for a morning treat! The rest of the week we basically just … [Read more…]
I promised my 7 yo that I would teach her cursive, and she’s a natural at picking up things, so my hope is that by going back to the basics that she’ll pick up the entire alphabet before the end of the ‘school year’ and be writing somewhat fluently in cursive, although I still want … [Read more…]
On Monday we reviewed what we’d talked about so far and the kids each did their own artwork and writing. As we were going along I realized that we needed to get back to some basics, working together, and experimenting for fun. So I planned out the rest of the week to explore, focus on … [Read more…]