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It has been awhile since I wrote a post. I promise I am still here. It has been crazy around here. It is getting close to the end of school, my e-schoolers have to get ready for end of the year tests and making sure they are getting their work done on "time" is a huge task.
Many of you know from reading my other posts that my son is behind on his reading and math. He is currently an e-schooler and is on an IEP. Next year will be when he will be required to take the 3rd grade reading test. I know that my son won't pass it and he won't be able to sit in a classroom and do the test himself, he will need someone to read it to him and tell him the directions over and over again. With that said, I am already on board to traditionally homeschool him for 3rd-5th grade. This way I don't have to worry about the test (pointless tests) and we can concentrate on mastering concepts instead of just moving from one concept to another everyday.
I made this decision, but because I am married, I have to "pretend" I care what my husband thinks, just kidding I do, but since I am the one who teaches my son, I feel I know what is best for him when it comes to his education. So I took my husband out to eat o his favorite restaurant and just laid it all out on the table. I geared myself up for a fight and all of a sudden he looks at me and says, "I agree" Wait, what, you agree! It was like hell froze over.
So I have been doing research on what type of curriculum I want to use and I haven't been able to create any awesome games or worksheets with you guys. But, I did start creating a nouns game and I should have it up and ready for you guys soon.
My name is Robin. I am a homeschooling mom of three and I just love to find ways to make learning fun. I am so excited to share my ideas with you. I try to make my ideas as inexpensive as possible. Most of the items I use are things that are around most houses and if you have a printer and ink you are all set. Please feel free to use these ideas in your own learning adventure with your children.