But if we do math and little else, it counts as a full school day 😉
Your child – my child – no young child, I would be willing to guess – is spiritually mature enough to be considered salt and light.
Our homeschool plan for this school year!
How you choose to educate your children is not a salvation issue. But it is an important one.
I have seen A LOT of discussion on the Classical Conversations forums regarding Saxon. Saxon math curriculum is what CC recommends, and because of that, frankly, that is what we chose to start with this year. I have to be honest; we love it. Little Man has always had a knack for numbers, and then… Continue reading How We Do Saxon 1
Today was our 100th day of school. When I taught middle school, I never really understood why the lower grades (aka, the elementary school) celebrated the 100th day every year. I feel like I deserve a medal. Or a trophy. Or at least someone else to cook dinner once in a while 😉 But I… Continue reading 100 Days of Homeschooling
We are halfway through our first “official” year of homeschool. I say “official” because in Indiana, children do not have to be enrolled in school until the fall of the school year in which they will turn 7, so I don’t technically have to keep records this year (although I am). We have twelve weeks… Continue reading Mid Year Thoughts from a First Year CC Mom