Mar 19, 2013
For once, all the Georgia Red Clay that plagues my backyard can be considered a good thing. Today, as part of our Earth unit using Elemental Science, we made some bricks.
Mixing water and grass clippings into our clay hole.
We used a cut up orange juice carton for our brick mold.
I’m hoping they will be dry by tomorrow afternoon, so we can play with them. They are currently in...
Mar 4, 2013
Since my original post on our curriculum for the year (back in September), I have made a good number of changes, so I figured it was about time for an updated version!
Here it is…
We left behind Time4Learning for various reasons – mostly math related issues. Now we are using How to Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons, and Haden’s progress since starting has...
Jan 9, 2013
I’m running a little behind on getting this post out. As usual, although I intended to be a blog writing machine during my break from school that hasn’t really panned out in reality. Oh, well.
2012 was a really good year for us. SO I really want more of that.
I wrote these goals out over the summer in preparation for the new school year, but since I haven’t really given them...
Jan 2, 2013
Another year has gone by, and while I didn’t blog nearly as much as I hoped, I still managed to write a WHOPPING 93 posts in 2012. Yeah, I was surprised by that number too. I thought it would be fun to look at some of the highlights from the year.
My NUMBER 1 most visited blog from this year was…..!!!!
Stand Strong and Loud: My contribution to Blog for International Women’s Day that was...
Dec 30, 2012
For those that missed it on Facebook right before Christmas… our 2012 family photo album/slideshow! I love how this years turned out, and it is always nice to look back over your year to remember all the really great things about it. I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season!...