Easy Peasy All in One Homeschool

June 8, 2012 at 10:17 pm 2 comments

I’ve been getting ready for our new school year which starts in just a few weeks! Summer came a little too early for me this year and it’s already in the 90s and we’re supposed to have our first 100 degree day this weekend. We’ll be starting our school at the end of this month, and then you’ll be hearing from me more regularly as I post what we are doing for school.

This year our history theme is ancient history. I’ve already posted lessons on ancient Egypt and China and Mesopotamia and the Mayans. For science the major theme is biology. I’ve been working on the human body so far. My seven year old boy had so much fun testing out a video on the excretory system with me today. He couldn’t wait to tell his brothers it was about peeing. I need an eyeball rolling emoticon here :)

My oldest son taught me how to make a video of my screen. I tried to make a video about my online curriculum (my kids’ school assignments). It’s not that great, but here it is.

 

My daughter, just today, had 10 pieces of artwork in her first art exhibition. It was an exhibition of local artisans. There were weavers, metal workers, embroiderers, even dancers.

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  • 1. Misty  |  June 11, 2012 at 11:48 pm

    I got to hear your voice for the 1st time! Technology can be so great. :) That painting is SO beautiful! I had been wondering if she took lessons. Now I know. I have been thinking about you all. Easy Peasy All in One Homeschool looks amazing (but I think I told you that before)!

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    • 2. The King Will Make a Way  |  June 12, 2012 at 7:12 am

      The best thing about the curriculum is getting emails from women whose husbands have lost their jobs and they say I’ve enabled them to continue homeschooling.

      My daughter’s lessons come in the form of an apprenticeship. We’ve never paid for an art lesson! He gave her free lessons at first and after a couple of months asked her to help him. She helps with commissioned work nearly 8 hours a week and the artist teaches her along the way and gives her things to practice at home. She also does English and Arabic calligraphy which make nice gifts :) She does drawings and paintings for gifts as well. I may never need to buy a gift again. :)

      lee

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