Posted by: vftmom247 | 2011/08/08

Homeschooling begins!!

We had our first day of homeschooling today and learned that:

1) Errands need to be done on Friday
2) Those math drills are a necessary part of life
3) You can really tell what a child has comprehended in casual conversation.

We did word problems, German, ancient (Fertile Crescent) history, and had a good discussion on ancient history en route to the post office. If it’s got to do with history or social studies, Chelsea is a little sponge. This afternoon will be writing a synopsis of what was read this morning, followed by grammar.¬† It was nice being able to start with prayer and Bible study, especially considering we’re doing Moses’ time in history.



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