I'm Linda, child of God, happily married to my Sweets, we have six children ages 17, 15, 14 ,13, 12 and a 10yr. old. They keep life fun! I enjoy blogging our days for the children. I usually have two cups of coffee. One in the morning and one while I blog. My favorite colors are brown, baby blue and pink. Hope you enjoy your visit!
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Lot of books from WinterPromise Animal World (Caleb, Brent, Ethan)
Trip to Yellowstone Park (all)
Trip to Dinosaur Valley (all)
Studied Wolves (mostly Caleb, but I read books to all the children)
Studied Bees & Wasp (all)
(this was our main Bible time with all the children)
Christian Light Grade 4 (Annette)
Daily Bible Reading (all)
Sunday School (all)
Math Mammoth Grades 1-4 (Annette, Caleb and Ethan)
Christian Light Grade 3 (Caleb)
Spunky Math (Brent)
Phonics Road to Spelling & Reading (Caleb and Brent)
Spell-to-Write & Read (Josh)
Character Quality Language Arts (Josh)
Christian Light 4 (Annette)
Meaningful Composition 4+(Annette)
The children listened to many audio books for history, composers, and science. Maybe next year I can do a better job and list them as well.
Many of our read aloud books and books the children read were from Sonlight, WinterPromise & My Father's World as well as many new ones from Half Price Books.
Annette, took a semester of sewing at the church. They met two hours a week on Fridays.
The boys have been and continue to learn about the outdoors (survival). They learned how to properly dispose of a United States Flag and learned Army skill. They watched videos on skinning, knife throwing and roping.