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I’m pretty sure I mentioned that we were going to work on cursive over the summer rather than waiting for the new school year? Oak Meadow Grade 3 jumps right in with copywork, and it felt like cursive was one of those skills that would work better for Ellie if we took a slower, more […]
I’ve got a blue bear that’s been sitting on my desk all week waiting to be photographed and yarn for two special orders has arrived. Maybe Grade 3 will be more productive for me – it’s really too soon to tell.
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The Mermaid still needs hair. I was going to use what I had but all the browns were really boring with the rest of her colors. So I ordered orange. ???? Grade Three starts next week.
The first new stuff in the shop in ages. I’m still trying to find a balance and constantly reminding myself that everything is fine if I don’t produce as much as in years past. I also finally got pictures of the in-progress mermaid! She needs hair and the pattern needs attention, but she’s moving forward. […]
Current events are discouraging, disheartening, frustrating. I’ve turned to fiction for happy endings and characters with empathy. I’ve added that one to Ellie’s future reading list. I’ve been pre-reading loads of “middle grade” fiction...Show More Summary
Just in case it’s starting to look like I don’t actually knit anymore…
April had them make tornado jars for meteorology day.
I’ve only got three tabs open in my browser. I can see the top of the table in my office for the first time in months. Science camp is over. We made one last contraption in the living room before I put the rest of the stuff in its place (Physics was Friday). Take 3 […]
Wait for it… Want to try it? You’ll need: a Mini M&Ms canister – cut the lid off the body a little bit of clay or gum Alka-Seltzer tablets – break into quarters water decorations if you want them (washi tape, stickers, Sharpie markers, foil for a shiny nose cone) Decorate your canister (I didn’t […]
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My friend April and I are hosting a science camp at the end of June (through our local education enrichment coalition). I’m researching my half (chemistry and electricity) and trying to make the experiments and concepts flow. Because you know how I like it when things match. I feel like a segue from a discussion […]
School may be out but this is another entirely too busy week. Today: Story time at the library! The Children’s Librarian is out of town and asked if Ellie and I would host while she was gone. Ellie read the last book and planned a craft for the kids. It was also our last girl […]
It all started with the corner of a fruit snack wrapper.
Emily’s Hot Tips for Oak Meadow Grade 2 Go ahead and get both a big wall map and a globe. They are equally important to an understanding of geography. If you don’t like to be outside or if nature makes you feel creepy, Oak Meadow Grade 2 is not for you. An enormous chunk of […]
Oak Meadow Grade 2 is a wrap. We had 172 school days and nine billion happy memories. The first event of summer? Brownie Hiking Badge! She made GORP, researched hiking gear (visit to the Bass Pro camping and hiking section), practiced her observation skills (counted bugs), picked a route, and kept track on the map. […]