Saturday, 26 January 2013

HSMJ - Homeschool Around the World

In my life this week…
I enjoyed reading the Homeschooling around the World series over at Schoolhouse Review Crew.  It's been great getting to know homeschoolers all over the world. 
In our homeschool this week…
  • We watched Joseph, Ruth and Psalms of David which are  stage productions by Sight & Sound productions.  
  • Started using an app for writing as this year I want to work on letter formation with Sir N.
  • Sir N completed his first write the word page with A Reason for Handwriting. 
  • Sir N and Paul did some repairs to the playhouse outside.
  • Played Squeeble math and spelling.

Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share…
I am inspired by…
Places we’re going and people we’re seeing…
    • We have had a quiet week at home.
    My favorite thing this week was…
    • Seeing Sir N delight in watching theater productions of biblical stories.

    What’s working/not working for us…
    • Not having a vehicle because it's in for repairs!

    Questions/thoughts I have…
    • What resources do you use for teaching Dickens to your primary aged students ?
    Things I’m working on…
    On My Bedside Table ...
    •  ....
    In Bloggy world I’m reading…
    I’m cooking…
    On Pinterest I found...
    • Lego Love.  I am astonished at what people are able to create with a lego brick!
    I’m grateful for…
    •  The love of my Saviour who blessed me with some christian friends who came over this weekend and prayed for me and with me and showered my spirit with scripture and practical encouragement.

    A photo, video, link, or quote to share…
    The essence of mathematics 
    is not to make simple things complicated, 
    but to make complicated things simple. 
    ~S. Gudder~
    Blessings


    This post is linking to:
    Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers - Weekly Wrap Up
    iHomeschool - Homeschool Mothers Journal
    Hammock Tracks - It's a Wrap
    Homegrown Learners - Collage Friday

    Photo collages made with: Photoscape a FREE photo editor

    6 comments:

    1. Love this post! I noticed Shmoop in your links--that is one of my absolute favorite literature resources. So much great stuff there! Stopping by from the weekly wrap-up.

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      1. hello Sarah pleased to meet you.

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    2. Homeschooling Around the World has been an interesting series. Thanks for the links shared here; quite a few are resources that I had not heard of before.

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      1. I agree it has been an interesting series. You are welcome

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    3. We've used Grape Vine studies before. They are a lot of fun!

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      1. Hi Stephanie they do look like fun :)

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