The summer flew by way too fast, and I am in no way shape or form ready or organized for homeschool. I just ordered their math curriculum, some of which hasn't even arrived! I had planned on doing a unit study to cover most of the other subjects, but what we would be studying, I had no clue!
Lord help me!
So we organized our school supplies and binders, then I had them write a paragraph about what they expected out of homeschool and their personal goals for this year. The paragraph thing was on a total whim, because I wanted them to feel as though they had actually done something. Then we got ready and went to the library for this weeks readings. We did learn a little about finding books at the library, and that's something right?
We are doing a unit study is on the Civil War. I have lesson plans in place, books to read, projects to do, and we will prevail, get organized and on schedule and then we will succeed, I promise.
Its hard not to feel like homeschool has to be a certain way every day, in fact one of the many benefits of homeschool is that it doesn't. Tomorrow is a new day, I even have a plan for tomorrow! One day at a time, right?!
"As I was with Moses, so I will be with thee: I will not fail thee, nor forsake thee.
Be strong and of a good courage." (Joshua 1:5-6)