Week in Review & Life Happens in 3’s

WOW! That is the only way to describe this past week+

I will let the list speak for itself.

What we did do this week:

  • Did a Homeschool Q&A at the library: No co-op classes this week – I took the month off
  • Horse drawn carriage rides through town
  • Workbook work
  • Easy Peasy Online School
  • Made gingerbread houses
  • Orthodontist appointment
  • Math drills
  • Children entered their movie in a contest. Want to see it? https://projected.com/users/4292
  • Director: filming and editing at local TV station
  • Ice Skating at a friends house & stayed for chilli ūüôā
  • Got over a foot of snow and the kids played out everyday
  • Went to the theatre and watched: It’s A Wonderful Life
  • Saw a model trains exhibit
  • Bid on wreaths at the wreath festival
  • Finished all my Christmas shopping
  • Church
  • #1 Well Pump broke
  • #2 Stove broke
  • #3 Car broke

Life Happens in 3’s

Now I am definitely not s superstitious person. I am a God is in Control kind of person.

My Grandmother and Mother always say that things happen in 3’s. They are referring to bad events never wonderful events. This past week was one of those 3’s weeks. I have had bad things happen and then thought to myself, “Will there be 2 more?”. I would wait but sometimes that was it. When these things happen in 3’s it is weird.

#1 Well Pump Broke

Last Saturday I was taking my morning shower and the water stopped. Of course my hair was full of shampoo…. I had Tech go around and collect all the water from cups in the house and pour it in a bowl so I could rinse my hair. Dh checked all the wiring, the power, the pressure switch, etc. It looked like the problem was with the well pump itself. Being the cheapskate that I am, I was not willing to pay the well pump guys the weekend rate to fix our pump. My daughter Gallop and her husband picked up some water for us on, so we were not without any water ūüôā

The pump guys came on Monday morning. We were on the 3rd day without running water. We started to smell… On Sunday at church I suggested to my daughters in-laws that they not sit too close to us, they laughed. Anyway, that Monday morning I got up really early and decided that if I lived in another country without running water, what would I do? A sponge bath. I decided that if I did not get cleaned up I was not going to be in the best of moods that day, especially if the well pump did not get fixed. One gallon, that is all it took. One gallon of water and I was a new person: hair was shiny and I smelled way better. I felt awesome!

Our well is 750ft deep. The pastor suggested we should have our own natural gas line with a well that deep. I was dreading the cost of pulling that pump up and replacing it. The last one had cost us over $1500 with labor and everything. It takes a long time to pull a pump that deep.

BUT… It was only a broken wire. As they pulled the pump they saw a broken wire at about 250ft. YES!! A broken wire was way cheaper than a new pump. They fixed it and I had running water within 1.5 hours of them arriving. Lots of showers happened in succession. We smelled way better ūüôā

At this point I thought, “Will there be 2 more things?”, but went on with life hoping this would be it.

#2 Stove broke

Monday the stove started making this funny buzzing sound up near the controls. It stopped after a bit but came back again the next day. Later that night my dh was up and smelled something funny. The stove was warm. He looked inside and found that the stove had turned the broiler on by itself. Great #2.

We now pull out and unplug the stove whenever we are done using it. Annoying but it still works.

Would there be a #3? and if so, how much worse than these two?

#3 Car broke

It wasn’t just WORSE it took the cake for being the WORST of all three things.

Now, our car didn’t just break it is un-repairable. It is so far gone there is no hope for it to see life again.

What happened you ask? We pulled out of a parking space and…

  • the drive shaft fell out onto the ground
  • the yoke (in the rear end) broke
  • the differential broke
  • the axle twisted
  • the muffler fell off
  • the frame under the rear of the vehicle cracked

There was the most unbelievably loud grinding, scraping of metal, thudding, and then we dropped like 8 inches. It was dead. Now the car still was running. The motor was fine. It just could not go anywhere.

I called AAA to tow the car and then I called my mom and said, “I am DONE!” laughing I said, “This is #3 so I am done. We are all set for a while now.” I proceeded to tell her about my list. She knew about the well pump but the stove and car were a surprise.

My wonderful daughter came and gave us rides home in shifts since there are so many of us. My wonderful son and daughter have both offered us their cars if we need them till be find another.

BUT for now we have no way to go anywhere all together. We are laughing, just laughing that all this has happened. We get to stay home and that is a blessing. We have running water, plenty of food…

Blessings in all this? YES!!

  • we have gotten very resourceful when it comes to water usage
  • we have wonderful friends who offered us showers: we chose to wait instead of showering 8 people at a friend’s house, seemed like a lot to ask of someone
  • we are grateful for running water, should have heard the cheers when we turned the tap on and water came out
  • we have a stove that works, even if it is quirky
  • that my dh is willing to drive me shopping when the weather is bad, I almost went by myself then I looked at him and he said, “You want me to drive you?” as he saw me looking back towards the window at the snow falling
  • we are all safe after the car incident
  • we were not driving home at 50mph when the drive shaft fell out, dh said that cars sometimes flip over when that happens and without brakes it had the potential of being terrible
  • we get a lot of at home time
  • we have a reason to say no to all the outside activities
  • we had finished all our Christmas shopping
  • we had finished all our grocery shopping
  • so, so much more
  • He gave His life to save us from eternal death

God has blessed us beyond measure with all he has done for us. We are thankful and happy to be of service to our King.

How about a picture from this week?

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All those bits behind our car are the parts of the drive shaft, axle, muffler, frame, you know various car parts.

 

How was your week? I would love to know ūüôā

 

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Week in Review & Yearly Assessments

We had a great week! Almost finished up all the schoolwork for November and we still have some days left to the month.¬†¬†Can’t beat that. I have the schoolwork for the year all organized by month in my binder. The first week of each month I hand out the packet of paperwork to each child to finish for that month. (This is in addition to their computer school and workbooks.) This packet includes specific papers for each subject for the year. More about this later.

The Breastfeeding Jeopardy Game with the breastfeeding support group went well on Tuesday. We had a lot of fun with breastfeeding trivia, had¬†some great prizes, and snacks. I decorated the room as a fall theme and bought everything at the dollar store. Lot’s of comments about how nice it looked. Yellow tablecloths, fabric leaves spread over them, leave plates and cups, and the prizes were wrapped with bags and tissue paper from the dollar store also. It was fun to do and cheap.

So I did get all the sewing projects accomplished for this week. I cut, pinned, and almost finished all the sewing on them. I made 5 large projects this week. All I have left to do is quilt them. I will be doing this at my moms house this next weekend. She has the batting for inside them. The seam binding is all made and ready to go and the fronts and backs are all ready also. Very excited about these projects. I have a little embellishment I would like to do to them before they are all the way done but I am so close. I will post pictures here if you want to check updates on these projects: Crazy8 Sews

The wood pile did get organized and all the wood is split. So nice to have that warm woodstove heat. It is such a different warmth than when the forced air heat turns on. We try and keep the house warm with wood during the day and let the furnace take care of it at night. Wood is cheaper here than oil so it helps with the cost of heating this huge house.

What we did do this week:

  • Co-op classes “Cells & DNA”
  • November packets almost finished
  • Workbook work
  • Easy Peasy Online School
  • Re-Certified in: Neonatal Resuscitation, CPR, and First Aid
  • Doctors Appointments
  • Math drills each day
  • Kids edited their new movie
  • Director: filming and editing at local TV station
  • Ice Skating
  • Tried three new recipes
  • It snowed so we watched: It’s A Wonderful Life
  • More wood burning
  • Free gym time
  • Bible Study
  • Church

Monthly Packets of  Schoolwork

I usually use the information from this site to decide what I will be sending in at the end of the year: Worldbook Course of Study

In our state we have to inform the state education office about what we did for school for the year. We have to show that there was progress in each area of study. This is our 23rd year homeschooling so I have this down pretty good. Here is what we do to accomplish this particular goal.

I have¬† each of the grades from that course of study link above printed up, stapled together, and in my Mom’s Schoolwork binder.¬†In this binder I¬†have a tab with each of my children’s names for their worksheets to go behind. Using the course of study¬†lists I pick about 6 -9 topics I will be studying for each of my children.

For example here is what I choose for Pilot this year. He is in 5th grade but is now on the 6th grade topics in the course of study that I linked to above. (I will continue using his paperwork as an example throughout this post just for continuity.)

Language Arts:

  • Spelling
  • Homonyms, synonyms, antonyms
  • Concepts of noun, pronoun, verb, adjective
  • Types of writing
  • Writing letters, factual matter, creative prose
  • Organization of a book
  • Types of literature
  • Reading silently and skimming
  • Poetry

Math:

  • Exponents
  • Interpreting graphs
  • Customary and metric measurement
  • Concepts of similarity, congruence, and symmetry
  • Identification and measurement of angles
  • Properties, identification and construction of geometric figures
  • Fundamental operations with fractions and decimals
  • Relationship between common and decimal fractions
  • Problems in percent

History:

  • Native American Cultures
  • World geography
  • Map and globe skills
  • Citizenship and social responsibility
  • Transportation and communication
  • The Roman Empire

Science:

  • Human body
  • Oceans
  • Solar energy
  • Sound, light, & heat
  • Scientific theory
  • Climate and weather
  • Simple astronomy

Health and Safety:

  • The heart
  • Substance abuse
  • Exercise and fitness
  • Dental health

What do I do with this list?

I know I will need to send examples of work from throughout the year for each of these topics. I go through the workbooks and curriculum books I have, and also search online for worksheets for each of these topics.

For an example: I found a worksheet for each of the topics for Pilot in math. I took 9 sticky notes and wrote a month on each of them from September through June (I just reuse the sticky notes each year). I put one sticky note on each of the math sheets and put them in order in my binder behind the tab for Pilot.

  • September – Exponents
  • October – Interpreting graphs
  • November – Customary and metric measurement
  • December – Concepts of similarity, congruence, and symmetry
  • January – Identification and measurement of angles
  • February – Properties, identification and construction of geometric figures
  • March – Fundamental operations with fractions and decimals
  • April – Relationship between common and decimal fractions
  • May – Problems in percent

Then I go through for all of the other subjects and find a worksheet for each of the topics I choose. I divide them by month and place them behind this math sheet that has the month sticky note on it.

For Pilot I ended up with these worksheets behind the September sticky note:

  • Exponents
  • Homonyms
  • Native American Cultures
  • Human body
  • The Heart

I also included other worksheets that I wanted him to accomplish:

  • Report form: he chooses his topic
  • Math facts sheet
  • Book report form
  • Spelling test forms
  • Reading log
  • Experiment sheet

At the beginning of each month I hand out the packet of papers for that month to each child. They complete these and place them in their hanging folder. This way I have at least one useful piece of paperwork for the yearly assessment¬†for each topic. ūüėČ

Before I implemented this way of doing things I would search through all the work they did for the year trying to find useful paperwork that showed the varying topics they had studied. We do lots more than this packet of schoolwork. This packet just gives me something that is specific to the personal course of study that I make for each of my children each year.

Hope you find this useful.

What do you do in preparation for reporting at the end of the school year?

Happy homeschooling!

 

Week in Review & Our Classroom

This week wasn’t as great as I thought it would be for school. We got things done but I was hoping we would get more accomplished. There is always next week. What we did do this week:

  • Co-op classes “Nervous System”
  • End of Year Soccer Party
  • Workbook work
  • Easy Peasy Online School
  • Math drills each day
  • Homeschool Parents Meeting
  • Ice Skating
  • Chiropractic Appointments
  • State Police Field trip
  • Orthodontist appointments
  • Monthly shopping
  • Blogging
  • Wood burning
  • Worked on the mending pile
  • Boys did their brothers brakes and axle on his Subaru
  • Free gym time
  • Bible Study
  • Church

Our Classroom

This year we have an actual classroom area. Some years we have only used the dining room table or desks in their rooms. This year we are doing the Easy Peasy online school which requires computer use. It was a pain to put away and take out all the laptops each day so we changed things around a little bit.

Our living room now is also the classroom. Each child has a desk with his/her computer on it and also their respective school books.

The only child without her own computer is Princess. She uses Directors computer when it is time to do her schoolwork. I try to have her done and off that computer before Director is even reading to do school. Doesn’t always work but I try ūüôā

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Princess doing her Reading Eggs Online schoolwork. Director is waiting to do her schoolwork ūüôā
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Artist doing Easy Peasy Online Schoolwork
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Pilot is working on XtraMath Online Math Drills
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Collector doing XtraMath Online Math Drills. You can see his knitting is ready to go for when he is done ūüôā
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Tech starting up his really slow laptop. He is opening his Easy Peasy online schoolwork.

Do we like it this way?

I like that they have a place for all there things and the put away take out each day is gone. They like it because they can use computers each day and their schoolwork is right there for them.

We don’t like that it takes up over half of the living room. The pros out way the cons though.

 

How do you do school? Do you have a classroom set up? Leave a comment and let us know.

Happy homeschooling!

Monday Musings

Plans for the week ahead…

This week is starting out crazy and well isn’t going to get any better. A friend asked me this weekend how my week looked. My comment was just¬†our normal crazy life ūüôā¬†Today we had homeschool co-op on the Nervous system and then headed up to Costco to go shopping for the month. Tomorrow we have ice skating in the morning, Soccer party in the afternoon, and homeschool meeting in the evening. Wednesday is the state police field trip, orthodontist, and the last of the grocery shopping. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are clear sailing so far. Looks like a good chunk of school on all but Tuesday, YES! Focusing on working on our packet of November schoolwork and Easy Peasy this week.

Thinking about…

We did end up working on wood burning last week and will continue working on them this week. I have a really nice sign I started for the craft room that I will finish up this week. I need to pick up some stain on Wednesday for this project. Also, my goal this week is to tackle the upstairs hallway. UGH! I need to organize winter clothes and get rid of some hats and mittens that have seen better days.

Out of doors…

We have figured out the duck housing situation and it is working well. They are trained now to sleep in the horse barn at night. Since they are a South American breed of duck they don’t do well in the winter weather. Hoping this situation will help them. Our plans for outdoors this week are to fence in the chickens. We have the fencing, the stakes, and just need to find the time ūüôā

In the kitchen…

Had fun making soup this week. Our favorite was my dh’s shepherds pie soup. It was amazing. It was also his own creation. Don’t have any real specific plans in the kitchen this week except trying to use the crock-pot more. I took it out this week to do soup and just love the way it smelled coming home to supper all done.

A photo from last week….

We had a wonderful field trip to the apiary last week and here is a picture of Tech, Pilot, and Collector with a friend. Behind them is the view from the apiary parking lot. We live in a beautiful part of the country for sure.
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Hope you have a wonderful week!

Week in Review

This was pretty good academic homeschooling week. We got all our October schooling done and filed away for the end of the year portfolios. Here is our week:

  • Church
  • Harvest Cook-Out at a friend’s house
  • Muscular¬†System Co-op
  • Apiary Field Trip
  • Homeschool Choir
  • Lots of reading
  • Wood burning projects
  • Ice Skating Started
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  • Older kids Wrote¬†their Resumes
  • Online Computer Classes at the library
  • Muscular¬†System Review Worksheets
  • Workbooks
  • Easy Peasy Online School (my review of this curriculum here)
  • Blogging, of course

Quite a list!!

Happy Homeschooling!

Week in Review & Our Homeschool Co-op

Gamer coaching soccer
Gamer coaching soccer

This week was not as productive in the academics as I was hoping it would be. I am not concerned because we school pretty much year round and this school year started in July. According to our state I have a 2 month jump on this current years work.

This week we had our regular co-op classes on Monday. This session of classes are:

  • Human Body Systems
  • Choir
  • Career Readiness

The system of study this week was the Digestive System. Here is a picture from the class.

Squeezing Oatmeal through the small intestines (nylons)
Squeezing Oatmeal through the small intestines (nylons)

I am going to focus this post on how our co-op works. But, I will finish my week in review first. Here is a quick list of what we accomplished:

  • Co-op classes
  • Attended a friends soccer game
  • Workbook work
  • Some Easy Peasy
  • Math drills each day
  • Reports written for the month (we try to do one a month)
  • Soccer (my son Gamer coached, photo above)
  • Playground playing
  • Dinner at a friends house (also helped her with her homeschool paperwork)
  • Dentist Appointments
  • Fire Department Field Trip
  • Pumpkin Carving for the Nursing Home
  • Loading, unloading, and stacking fire wood
  • Blogging
  • Artwork
  • Corn Maze
  • Dinner at another friends house
  • Jewelry party tomorrow
  • Barn Dance tomorrow also

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Our homeschool co-op is really a homeschool class because at this point I teach them all. I have tried to have others take over the work of running a class but this has not worked out. I love teaching these mainly hands-on classes, so I don’t mind at all. My daughter Director has been a great help in the Choir class.

This year I tried something different. I had families sign-up and pay a very small supply fee to take the K-6 classes. In the past it was hit or miss whether students came to the classes. This year with that small supply fee and a registration portion we have had a wonderfully full class each week. In past years it has also been very expensive for me supply all the items for classes. This year is so much better.

Another thing I tried this year was just having an 8 week session for each season. We have the Fall, Winter, and Spring sessions. Here is the breakdown of the classes per session:

FALL

  • The Human Body (K-6th)
  • Choir (all ages)
  • Career Readiness (7th-12th)

WINTER

  • Exploring Weather (K-6)
  • Drama Club (all ages)
  • Dissection 101 (4th-12th)

SPRING

  • Beginning Botany (K-6)
  • Garage Band (all ages)
  • Yearbook (7th-12th)

The classes that say K-6 are really geared to all the way up to 11th grade but not 100% of the time so I listed those grades instead.

The classes I teach are things I would be doing with my children anyway. These classes are an extension of our learning at home. The children really enjoy doing the science projects with a group. The science classes are all hands-on with a small bit of talking in between projects. There is always a snack also.

The classes run for 3 hours on Mondays at the local library. The library has a wonderful meeting room that they let us use. The room has a full kitchen, complete sound system, full video projector and computer access, and it’s own bathroom. The library also provides chairs, tables, cups, plates, and serving tray and bowls. It really is an amazing space. This meeting¬†space is also free to use.

I have a regular blog where I post what our homeschool co-op is doing each week: Crazy8 Homeschool Co-ops  On that blog I will post the rest of the pictures from this weeks classes and helpful info about running a co-op type class.

Our family is¬†in our 23rd year homeschooling and with Princess only turning 5 next month we are in this for the long haul. I think families feel comfortable with me teaching and I hope they see how much I love doing it ūüôā Families come up to me each week thanking me for teaching the classes¬†and I am glad they appreciate it.

Here is a post from my other blog that explains more about what we do: Respiratory System Co-op & how we run a class.

Happy Homeschooling!

Week in Review & Easy Peasy Online Review

We had a very productive homeschooling week this week. We were able to actually stay home Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Guess that is why we got so much accomplished.

Our homeschool days fluctuate between a day of workbooks and a day of Easy Peasy online school. The workbooks we use will be for another post. Today I thought I would share how the Easy Peasy computer school program is working for us.

This week we were able to spend two days just on computer school and the other two days were on workbooks. Mondays are taken up by co-op classes. This weeks co-op Science class was the Respiratory System.  We also had co-op Choir and Career Readiness.

Princess (Kindergarten) She does a little bit of Easy Peasy “Getting Ready 1“. On that program she learns her letters with songs, worksheets, and the starfall program. She knows her letters very well and just has fun with the online learning. The sounds of the letters is what she is learning now so the starfall program is useful. There seems to be a lot of coloring pages with this Easy Peasy level. She does like some coloring but she, like my other children, detest busy work. She liked the project this week that involved making a movable animal for the letter of the week. Below is a link to one kind of project like that that she did recently.¬†We do¬†tend to just skip over the busy work stuff though. So she focused mainly on her workbooks this week and the computer program Reading Eggs which she really loves.

A is for Alligator.
A is for Alligator.

Collector (3rd Grade) He does Easy Peasy Third Level. This week he worked on xtramath to practice his math facts speed and knowledge. (Easy Peasy suggests the use of that program.) In Math he worked on adding +10 and +11 and adding one more to a large number. In Language Arts he worked on poetry. This weeks topic in poetry was rhyme and alliteration. He understood the rhyming but the alliteration didn’t sink in, I don’t believe. No big deal. He worked on a spelling with the worksheet below (the first picture will show a larger image¬†and the second picture¬†links to the worksheet itself online). He really enjoyed it. He enjoys spelling anyway but this worksheet was fun to him. He worked on current events in History. He read an article online and then rewrote it in his own words. His choice was the clean-up from a recent hurricane in the south. In Science he played an online game about the states of matter. It was fun and really brought the point home. In PE he worked on learning how to stretch properly. All in all it was a great week. This program works all right for Collector but I do prefer that he does most of his work away from the computer screen. He enjoys it but the reading is more difficult on a screen than in a book that is in his hands. Overall he seems to be learning a lot from this program.

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Pilot (5th Grade) He does Easy Peasy Fourth Level. I choose this level for him because I liked what was being taught in this level, not really a grade level so much as I liked the things he would be learning this year. This week he also worked on xrtamath to practice with his math facts. (As Easy Peasy suggests.) In Math he worked on estimating to the hundreds place and adding the estimated numbers. He also did online timed division facts which he enjoyed. The Reading was a crazy huge amount this week. All the reading this year¬†is from McGuffey’s Third Eclectic Reader.¬†I even have a hard time figuring out this book. The language is not easy nor are the stories. I spend so much time explaining these stories to him that I think I am going to reconsider him doing the reading with Easy Peasy starting next week. For example yesterday we was supposed to read 5 different stories. Now the vocabulary he does with this he likes very much and he enjoys learning new words.¬†Also this week¬†he learned about a Limerick and wrote one. In Science¬†& History¬†he learned about Alexander Graham Bell, did an experiment with sound, and watched a video on Bell. He also did Bible work, learned about junk mail, and looked at the life of the composer Pfitzner. This program, except for Reading, works really well for Pilot. He is having fun and learning as he goes. There is never a complaint to have to do school. The picture links to the video he watched this week.

Alexander Graham Bell Movie Link
Alexander Graham Bell Movie Link

Tech (7th Grade) He does Easy Peasy Sixth Level. Just like Pilot I choose this level for him because I liked what was being taught in this level, not really a grade level so much as I liked the things he would be learning this year. This week he worked on xrtamath to practice his math facts also. This year he is working on Language Appreciation. He watches a video with part of the voices in Latin and the rest in English then he has to make his best guess as to what the Latin words mean. He has a lot of fun with it. Next week he will use this list to look up the French and Spanish words for these Latin words and look for similarities. His Math is Khan Academy and this week he worked on negative numbers and comparing absolute values. I like that on Khan Academy I can look and see what each of my children is working on right from my “Coach” page. He is enjoying his Robert Frost poetry this year. He also worked on Bible, Alexander Graham Bell, and Pfitzner, but at a higher level than Pilot. This program does not seem challenging enough for Tech. Not sure what I need to specifically change yet but something needs to change. He is kinda bored with it except for the games. Here is a link to a History game he loves. It is actually from Directors school lessons but he enjoys playing when he is done his schoolwork.

History Game Online
History Game Online

Artist (9th Grade) She does Easy Peasy Eighth Level. Just like Tech I choose this level for him because I liked what was being taught in this level, not really a grade level so much as I liked the things he would be learning this year.This week she worked on xrtamath to maintain her math fact skills. This year she is taking Sign Language and loving it. She laughs throughout the video as the teacher is just a fun guy. She has Vocabulary, Reading, and Writing. I never hear complaints from her. She is able to do all this Easy Peasy work on her own without me really. Her statement to me was that this was her best homeschool year yet. As an artist she enjoys the Art section of Easy Peasy so the link below is from her art lesson. For Math she is doing Khan Academy also. She worked on complimentary and supplemental angles, circumference, and multiplying decimals. She did Bible, History, Science, and Health. In Science she is working on chemistry and the periodic table. This program is an excellent fit for Artist. She enjoys this curriculum and seems to be learning so much. I am so glad she has found something that fits her so well.

How to Draw a Shell Link
How to Draw a Shell Link

Director (11th Grade) She is doing Easy Peasy High School. She is doing lots of classes from this site. Here is her list: xtramath, Literature and Compostion, Biology with Lab, US History 2, Art Appreciation, Music Appreciation, PE/Health, Spanish, and Khan Academy. Her favorite subject from Easy Peasy¬†is Music Appreciation. She says she likes this best because, “I think I am learning more in this than in any other subject. I also like that I can watch the videos of all the instruments.” She also likes Literature and Composition because, “I learn new words and their meanings. There is this site that you go onto that has a story¬†and you then answer questions about it.” She feels that for her Easy Peasy is a good fit, “There are some boring things but¬†most of it is interesting.”

Music Appreciation Link
Music Appreciation Link

I hope this review of Easy Peasy was helpful. Have a great weekend.