I am genuinely over-the-moon that January is in the rear view mirror. The winter months tend to drag on with little sunshine. This year, our family fought off a bad bug that disrupted our usual ebb and flow. But I digress. February is here and it’s near full to the brim with activity and learning.
Happy New Year! We took a bit of a break over the latter half of December but we’re back in the learning saddle with a renewed sense of wonder and a yearning for learning. Holidays of note this month: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is Monday, January 20. Chinese New Year (Rat) begins Saturday, January
Happy New Year! The holiday decorations are down — it’s the season of renewal and blank canvases. I admit that I still get a little melancholy around this time of year (the lack of sunlight doesn’t help.) But it doesn’t last long. To help inspire you this month, here’s a list of ideas for January.
Here’s a look at what we’re up to learning wise and beyond for the month of November.
Here is a high level glance at what we’re up to learning-wise this month. General themes are fall, gardening and plenty of outside time. We’re studying at the first grade and kindergarten levels for most subjects. Social Emotional Learning (SEL) – Big Life Journal Language Arts – word family practice, consonant blends, poetry tea time
What matters most to your family? To your homeschool? Ask yourself some simple questions and you’re on your way to drafting a mission statement that will help guide your home education experience.
Here is a high level glance at what we’re up to learning-wise this month. General themes are summer, gardening and plenty of outside time. We’re studying at the first grade and kindergarten levels for most subjects. Social Emotional Learning (SEL) – Big Life Journal Language Arts – word family practice, consonant blends, poetry tea time
Summer, you might think, is a break from education for us. It’s not really. We tend to go lighter on curriculum but the learning never stops. I have a bunch of activities planned from strawberry picking and fishing to festivals, tea time and field trips. We have our first official dance recital coming up which
April was a whirlwind. May snuck up on us. I’m glad that the weather is finally starting to cooperate, at least for the garden. Taking a look at this month ahead, our activity calendar is filled with classes, crafts and things to learn about: heritage months, Mother’s Day! and reasons to get outside. The kids
This is our typical daily homeschool rhythm with plenty of play, rest and free time mixed in. I’ve fine tuned this over the last few years. I have found that it works the best for our family.