Homeschooling Journey: Week 32

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I am posting early this week as we are headed up north for some homeschool fun and family R&R.  Hopefully there won’t be any snow, yikes.

Homeschool Week 32

I was hoping to post about our project we will be working on but we haven’t quite started as of yet, ugh.  This is due to our schedules being slightly thrown off due to a couple family events.  I am hoping to get started sometime next week.  The girls have been learning about fashion through the ages.  Cup Cake (5.5), started paper dolls from around the world so I will be posting a couple pics very soon.  They are turning out to be really cute.  Sweet Pea (9), will be starting her project hopefully next week.  I will keep you posted on that.

This week we basically have been reviewing what we have learned thus far.  I am very proud of their progress.  Cup Cake earned a reading certificate this week.  She loves reading and is doing very well.  She will most definitely be ready for first grade work.  She was kind of bored with Kindergarten academics so we took everything up a notch.  I am hoping she will excel in first grade A Beka.

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Sweet Pea is gearing up for our pony camp event the end of May.  She will be doing a presentation as she has been in training on horse safety, grooming, riding, etc.  This past week she was given instruction to properly clean a saddle.  She passed inspection, haha and did a great job.  My parents will be hosting this pony camp event (which filled up pretty quickly) at their ranch so Sweet Pea has had a couple advantages there.  I look forward to posting pics on that event as well.

Jelly Bean (2.5), is still potty training but almost there.  Can’t wait to rid ourselves of Pull-Ups!  Jelly Bean’s vocabulary is building and it’s so amusing to be able to understand her words, haha.  Goodness, where has the time gone?  We have been working on her numbers and letters.  She can count to 20, yay!  She can also sing her colors in Spanish, haha I just couldn’t resist.  It’s so cute.  She has learned how to cut with preschool scissors thanks to her big sisters.  She holds a crayon correctly and is very observant of everything.  She is most definitely a busy bee and keeps me on my toes.

Do you have any fun homeschool projects you are currently working on or are planning?  I would love to hear from you.

I hope everyone has a blessed weekend!

~Happy Homeschooling