Our Little Passports treat was a fridge magnet featuring aboriginal artwork.
Now that we're at the end of the school year, it's such fun to look at the map and see it covered in flags. (not all of the countries we studied had LP kits available)
Our Little Passports suitcase shows some of the fun places we've learned about.
And all that's left now is 2 weeks of Antarctica, and the "end of school year" festivities.
Eli is working on his Marsupial report. Those are koala pictures on the screen.
Brianna is doing artwork from a DVD series (review coming soon!).
Speaking of artwork,
the kids painted coral reefs. This is Eli's fish face.
This has been an amazing school year for us. I feel like we've all, myself definitely included, learned so much this year. I am excited about next school year, but I'm also looking forward to the summer break that will go by Way Too Fast.
Next year, we begin a chronological study of world history. I can't wait! Even though next school year will have some new challenges for us, I am so looking forward to getting my historical facts in order!
After 5 years of private school, Josiah has decided to homeschool again next year.
Josiah's spring choir performance was last week.
Any time you add or subtract people from a group, it changes the dynamic. Adding both a high schooler and two toddlers should make for some interesting times! This year, when all the school kids were at school, I had 3 students. Next year, I will double that.
Although I can't order any curriculum until after we get back from China, I've been looking at ideas and talking to other moms and planning what I'd like to use. I'm hoping we have another incredible year next year.
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