A Little Homeschool Blog
It's true...most of my days are a whirlwind, and I spend a lot of time frustrated and wondering, "How can I possibly manage all of this?!"
But every now and then I glimpse my little posse in the rearview and remember why it is all worthwhile.
"Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." Proverbs 22:6
Homeschool Blog Feature Article
Long Winter...Indoor Winter Crafts
March 3, 2014
We have had several tough winters over the last few years, with lots of snow...some late in the year. This winter has been no exception. Just this week, we got about 4-5 inches of snow (and the coldest day on record for our area in March!). I was feeling good and decided to try a few of the crafty activities I've tagged on Pinterest.
Indoor snow play and dyed pasta necklaces.
I print one for each week of the homeschool year (September to May). As we complete a subject each day, I make a little square in the top right corner of the box and record the number of hours. Later, I transfer the info to a spreadsheet, which adds up our total credits for the year. (I DO NOT homeschool through the weekend...but we often get a credit here or there.)
Blank decimal addition and subtraction worksheet aids for problems up to thousands and thousandths.
Homeschool Blog Archives
- It's Potty Time
- The Joke is On Me
- Our Routine
- A Good Day
- A Little Order
- Getting Structured
- My Spirit-Led Homeschool
- Dillon's First ER Visit
- Mother's Day 2011
- Crazy Day
- Computer Miracle
- Baby D's Memorial
- Snow, Snow, Snow
- Homeschool Break
- Stellar Day
- Visiting Great-Grandma Carlene
- Christmas 2010