Saturday, April 3, 2010

Weekly Wrap Up #3

I'm back. At least for now. Here's our Weekly Wrap-Up. You can head over to Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers to see what others have been up to.


This was a slightly odd, short week. We completed some school along with some other activities thrown in.


I won't bore you with details of our mundane errands, such as dentist appointments, grocery shopping, etc.


I did get to attend our Spring Tea at the church on Tuesday. This year my daughter, being 13, was old enough to join us. It was a wonderful morning with some delicious food, hot tea and fellowship.


School wise, we finished up our six week artist study on John James Audubon. Our picture this week was the Wild Turkey.


We also finished our poet study on Robert Louis Stevenson. This week I'll be choosing new poets and artists using the Simply Charlotte Mason schedule, so we're prepared for after Easter break.


Blakester completed his Math-U-See Delta book this week. He'll be starting on Epsilon, which is their 5th grade book. So, I'll have a 4th grader doing on 5th grade math and 6th grade grammar. Hmm.


Thursday night, the husband and myself were able to go on a much needed date night. We attended the Rock and Worship Roadshow about an hour away from our house. Talk about an awesome night of music and worship!! We finished off the evening with a stop at The Cheesecake Factory. Yum!


We wrapped up the week on Friday with a few tests and I finished inputting grades into the Homeschool Tracker so I could print out report cards for this last term. The kids did really well.
Blakester ended up with a GPA of 3.92 and Lulu with 3.75. They both brought them up from last term.


For fun, the kids got together with some cousins and colored Easter eggs. They had a great time. Especially the little ones who thought the eggs would make good balls. Only a few were cracked.

The eggs, not the kids.




That was it for our week. We're getting ready to enjoy a relaxing Easter day tomorrow. Be sure to stop and give praise to our Creator and Saviour for the wonderful gift He gave to us!








1 comment:

Giggly Girls said...

Oooh, the end of the school year~ Lucky you! We've still got a few to go.

Have a blessed Easter!

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