There are not enough workbooks on this earth to keep Tae happy. He's practicing his numbers here. He's a great counter until he gets to firteen and fourteen.
Patrick deep in Algebra land.
He's been working on graphing coordinates.
This graph paper is great for laying out garden plans too.
Wednesdays are Science day at our house and today Patrick was working on a drawing of the Earth's timeline starting with the Precambrian Era. I had to dust off the cobwebs to remember that one.
Morgan thought it was a pretty cool project and joined in. Patrick was a big help in teaching her all about Geologic time. One of the things that I love about homeschooling is to see the kids really excited about something and then share it with a sibling. Morgan's in fourth grade and probably wouldn't have learned about this for several more years. Instead she picked up Patrick's science book and read the chapter.
Morgan decide that she would work on the Cenozoic Era and drew some really cool pictures.
Our very fat cat and all mousing champion, Moonlite, enjoyed the brief sun today.
Our Apple trees that we bought from Stark Nursery are beginning to leaf out. We don't expect apples this year but maybe next year.
My Spinach and lettuce is doing well however it looks like I was drunk when I planted them.
This is a new book that my husband just bought for me. It's called "America's Cheapest Family" and I am devouring this book. Since I've been reading all the money savings sites-their coupon and grocery shopping section isn't much news to me but I'm still amazed that they can feed a family of seven on $350.00 a month. While I'm doing well with coupons I've come to the realization that running to three different stores to get the best bargain just doesn't work for me. My schedule and life are too busy to keep up with that. Considering I've already been able to cut my grocery bill by about 54%, I think I'm doing really well.