Homeschool doesn't always happen in the fashion I have planned out.
Sometimes it's much better.
He has great cutting skills.
Then he decided if he made a bunch more of these that he could combine them and put them all together for a huge piece of artwork.
Here is some of the weekly work. Tae's math is up on the wall. Then I realized after talking to my kids that the two youngest had no idea how to say the Pledge of Allegiance. The Horrors!
So we made a poster and the kids learned it lickety split.
My file folders and organization have gone to the wayside.
Our classroom space (also known as my office) is chock full of times tables, alphabet charts, number lines, metric posters, word wall words and tidbits of our days.
This wall behind my desk is my space. I have some bible quotes, Buddhist quotes, Presidential quotes, inspiring words, some songs and hymns, a prayer flag, my mala beads, a decorated chicken egg, needlepointed cross bookmark and the shelf holds paper clips, pencils and supplies to help us through our day. A mish mash of all things important to me.
Our dry erase board is full of shape and letter magnets, family photos, some of my photography and occasionally we can squeeze in some math work.
we complete our lesson for the day.
Usually much snoring ensues and we have to wake him to tell him to cut the racket because no one can concentrate with all the noise.
And he had quite the tantrum because I had to take his favorite snake toy away because he chewed a big hole in it and was eating the stuffing.
Our friends from Connecticut came to visit us this weekend. The girls wanted to make Morgan's melt and pour soap kit. It was a disaster.
weren't clear at all.
But it did smell fabulous with the lemon and lime scent.
Here I am cutting the colored portion.
They looked like gummy candy.
See? These were pretty.
Excuse the wet hair. This was after the bedtime bath routine.
They really missed each other.
Our friend Stacey gave Tae a Home Depot work apron for his birthday. So of course he had to wear it to Home Depot this weekend when he went with his Dad to pick out paint.
They thought he was so cute in his apron they gave Tae a birdhouse rain gauge kit.
He was so thrilled.
This kid can swing a hammer.
He loves working with Daddy.