I am trying to post a little wrap-up of each week of grades seven, four and five year old kindergarten year throughout the 36 weeks I have planned for school this year. I hope this will encourage mothers that are homeschooling multiple children (or who want to but are worried!), and encourage mothers that even homeschooling children of multiple ages who are far apart in age is doable. You can find week one here. and further in back posts you can find a post pertaining to the first two days of school this year which gives insight to our general daily rhythm.
Weeks two and three were fruitful. Here is a glimpse into some of what we did during those two weeks:
Kindergarten – Our little four year old (soon to be five years old this fall) spent time with whittling under supervision, a simple circle with singing and circle games, watching puppet shows of the story “The Fishing Pond” from Suzanne Down’s work Old Gnome Through The Year.and working with our simple weekly rhythm of making salt dough, drawing or crafting, baking, nature walk and painting, along with cooking with his big sisters and housekeeping tasks. He also helped plant seeds and has been busy watering each day.
Fourth Grade – In weeks two and three, our fourth grader worked with Continue reading