I was going through some craft stuff that was given to us (several years ag0) to get rid of what we’re never going to us. Zach came in and saw this little wooden train. He snagged it and went running. I guess before I said he couldn’t have it. lol He painted it, and gave it to his grandfather for his birthday.
And I’m sorry to say that’s the only picture I have to share this week. Apparently, I need to take more pictures. The thing is, we’ve been working hard on book work. How many pictures can I share of my kids sitting with a book? I’ve even got kids dragging their feet. Which would only make a good picture if I posed them dragging their feet. lol
Zach lost his math notebook. So now he has to go back and do lessons that he already did. When one has to do the work over again, one quickly learns to keep track of ones notebook.
Abby is finishing up her 8th grade subjects. She only has math and writing left. This week, I started her on her 9th grade math. It’s for a Schoolhouse Review Crew review, so I’m having her start it now. I’ve never used this curriculum before. It’s looking promising.
Hannah only has one subject left to finish so she can graduate! She needs to finish Kentucky State History. I use Switched on Schoolhouse State History.
Calen has two subjects left to finish so he can graduate! He needs to finish World Literature (Abeka) and Geometry (Khan Academy). I estimate he will be done in another month.
I’ve been talking to Calen and Hannah about what they want to do If they are graduating within a few weeks of each other, I asked them if they wanted to have a double graduation and party, or if they want separate graduations and parties. They can’t decide! lol So, I guess we’ll just have to wait until the first one finishes their work to see what they want to do.
There is no other exciting news here. Just book work and more book work! I will try to do better about taking pictures this week. lol
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