We had an unusual occurrence here this week. Tuesday night’s regular band practice was cancelled, so after Dad got home, no one had anywhere to go! That is unusual because every night of the week has someone having to go somewhere. Tuesday is usually pizza night, so we ate our delicious, lol, homemade pizza and watched a movie. Then we had game night. We played Yahtzee and Jenga Boom (affiliate link)
as a family. I won the Jenga Boom game in a giveaway and it had just arrived that afternoon. It was perfect timing. It was so nice to have a relaxing night at home with everyone.
Zachary finished the Knights and Castles lapbook that he’d been working on. I have a review for it coming up next week.
We also have a few other items we’re working on for reviews, a poetry course, a non-fiction writing course for high schoolers, and a computer programming course that Zach is working on. Those review will all be coming up soon, too.
We discovered a new Hebrew course on Schoolhouse Teachers.com (affiliate link). Hannah’s been learning Hebrew, so we’re excited for this new course. She’s done one lesson so far, and liked it.
Hannah finished embroidering a blanket that her cousin asked her to do. She embroidered the name and birth date of another cousins baby on the blanket. Yes, that is a camo blanket. lol She did a great job, of course.
In fact, her plans for after high school are to make and sell crafts. She does many different things and does a great job on all of them.
This next week should be extra busy for us. In addition to our regular work, we will be moving all the clothes at out churches clothes closet. Our family works there as a family ministry every Saturday. We now are going to be moving everything to a new home on the other side of the building. At least we get a chance to clean out everything and reorganize. That’s positive thinking. lol It’s actually for the best, as our moving will open an area of the building that will be made into a youth center. The kids are looking forward to that!
That’s our homeschool week in review!
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