I started again to write weekly wrap up posts a couple of weeks ago.
This past week seemed to have flown by!
Celeste and I had a three full days of homeschool, one full day of learning at the pet store, and today is a P.D. Day.
Having two children in public school means that Celeste and I usually take the P.D. days off. Today, my oldest and I went to see the new Hunger Games movie, Mocking Jay part 1. We both really enjoyed it! I need to re-read the trilogy
I have decided to ease back into home-school activities and focus on my 3 year old right now. With my daughter being in public school I know she has enough on her plate. If anything she can do some craft activities when she comes home. Although her initial reaction after school is to veg in front of the TV and have a snack for at least 30 minutes.
I have tried to have a dedicated home-school area but that has not worked out well. So I am going to keep it light and work in a quiet
This fall, she’s beginning to realize that what she likes and talks about is very different from what other kids like. She’s also learned that not all kids are willing to be nice about her different view on life. She’s confided in me that she tries not to talk about DNA or vampires or other things because kids often have no idea what she’s talking about. “They don’t want to be my friend when I do that,” she told me.
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Back to Homeschool...Or as some say "not-back-to-school" week!
This past week, Celeste and I started our homeschool year. My teens started back last Thursday at the local senior high school and we enjoyed the last days of Nana's visit on Thursday and Friday.
Monday was "back to the books" and the routine. We had a great first week, with just a little drama! We met with homeschool friends on Monday afternoon
...A few friends have come to me in the past week asking about homeschooling laws, and how I made that decision. It was clear for us when M threatened suicide in third grade. It’s not so clear for others that don’t get to that point, or when they just don’t know if they are able to.
Then you have comments like this: