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TOS Summer School

Yesterday I was suppose to get some summer schooling done with the kiddos. I forgot that I had an appointment so instead we started today.

I didn’t get too much done. I had planned on getting some Latin, ABeCeDarian Reading, and a few other subjects done. With it being summer and all the kids will get a call from church friends and off they go which is fine with me. Last Friday we had a great time fellowshipping with a church family, yesterday Joshua went to his friends house for a few hours and today the boys headed to church and met up with some friends for a nerf war.

Summers are special times and I don’t mind if our days are interrupted (not a good word because they are really not interrupting at all).

Here is what we did get done, Honing Your Study Skills by Hands of a Child. Caleb and Annette are working on this one.
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This is not a review but was the only subject I completed with Lance.
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This packet he worked on before school was out. Since it’s been so long I thought we’d start with it again and work our way through a few more before our homeschool gets going in the fall. You can find this reading program at This Reading Mama, she has lots of neat stuff.
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And um, that was all. The older children are starting math again. I was going to work with Lance but I let him go with the boys. They had so much fun.
Look what came today!
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Annette and I will start this tomorrow. This is a Schoolhouse Review Crew item from Doorposts. The actual book will have a lay flat binding. Doesn’t it look so pretty. I can’t wait to dive in with my daughter.
And that was our short school day.

2 comments

  1. This must be a new item from Doorposts. I used some of their resources when my oldest daughter was in elementary.
    We homeschool through the summer, also. This week we've had quite a few 'interruptions' too. But you're right, not really interruptions as we were serving another family by having their son stay with us because of a death in the family. None of us got much done this week. But that's okay.
    We'll officially be starting the new school year in about 4 weeks. We're really excited because our oldest will be going back to Time4Learning now that they've added high school to their program! It used to be pre-k through 8th grade only.
    I've always been a little apprehensive about homeschooling high school because of the record-keeping and the higher math. So this is a relief for me.

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  2. Hi, Janet, Doorposts is redoing Beauty & the Pig (I think that's the name).
    I just noticed too that T4L has a high school program now. I'm going to have to take a peek. The record keeping has me scared.

    Thanks for stopping by =)

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