We have been so busy. One of the million of reasons I love Homeschooling is that if we have 3 days a week that is slammed full, Keilee can still do all her schoolwork on the other days. Early on I would sweat if we didn’t check off each thing on a list every single day. No more.
Co-op Art Journaling and Drama.
These classes are awesome. We have all learned so much and had a blast. I can’t believe that this Monday is the last class until 2014. Monday was Super Hero Day so Keilee was Batman.
Poppy Day and Anti Bullying Skits
For this Drama Class I gave them each a Fairy Tale and they had to completely rewrite it and perform it. They did a GREAT job!
1. Watching “My Little Pony”. She LOVES all things Pony.
2. Playing “10 Days in the USA” Great game.
3. Keilee’s Smash Journal. Her Thanksgiving Page
4. More Smash Journal
5. Crocheting and watching a documentary.
6. At the thrift store. Keilee and her PINK hair.
Play practice! And knitting at play practice!
1. CATCHING FIRE PREMIERE!! It was awesome!!! Seriously.
2. Keilee sitting in Abbie’s lap at play practice. We ADORE Abbie!!
3. Our church is moving into a new home in Sept 2014. We had a service in our new home. My favorite part….he told us to take 15 minutes and walk all over the place and pray. It was amazing to see everyone walking around, touching walls and chairs and praying hard!
4. Singing Christmas songs at practice.
5. Voice lessons
We ate an early Thanksgiving with my cousin. We used to be best friends and more like sisters, but we have lost touch and recently gotten back in touch! There was about 15 or 20 people there and Keilee and I had a blast!!! Keilee sold 3 headbands and got 10 orders!!
And next week is Thanksgiving! I hope yours is wonderful and full of love and family. I wish I could get together with all my blog friends and cook Thanksgiving dinner together and have our kids running and laughing and playing and creating and then sit down with everyone for a HUGE Homeschool Dinner!!
“Too many people grow up. That’s the real trouble with the world, too many people grow up. They forget. They don’t remember what it’s like to be 12 years old. They patronize, they treat children as inferiors. Well I won’t do that.” ~Walt Disney