What is your book preference, paperback or hardback? I prefer hardback believing them to have a longer life expectancy, but our children prefer paperback as they are lighter to hold.
For several weeks I've been a little frustrated regards lessons, feeling that we weren't achieving a great deal. Which was odd as we were completing the majority of lessons planned, what we were skipping as I believed we didn't have time and energy for was our 'gathering time/morning time'. Yet it is this very gathering time where we enjoy poetry, literature, and faith together that nurtures our souls. Reading is so much an integral part of who I am and of our family culture that we can't afford to skip.
Had a funny moment driving home today whilst discussing with the children our logistics for a very complicated weekend. One detail is a little grocery shopping, I was
Last week Theresa asked me for further information regards All About Spelling, then in her Curriculum post she begged me to convince her that All About Spelling is the program for her;) I was considering this morning whilst teaching a spelling lesson to our 10 & 8 year olds that videoing a session might be a great way to demonstrate to Theresa that it isn't that complicated. Anyone else interested?
We are gearing up for our annual homeschool sports day next week, this year we have 87 children participating! Always a fantastic day with the children enjoying track and field events, some children travel from as far as 2 hours away. We've been running our sports carnival for 17 years now, so the last few weeks the phone has been busy whilst we organise details.
I was surprised and delighted to receive a notification from Book Depository stating I have commission money available through the affiliate program. Love to thank my readers who have purchased books through my links, I am ecstatic, I really didn't expect this, now I shall agonise and agonise over what to buy.
PC would have to win the award for the most tenacious. Our pump broke down last week, after hours and hours of persistent sleuthing and work he fixed it. Only then to have a different problem arise which has involved plenty more innovative, 'outside the box' thinking. Finally it is working, as I said, tenacious.
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