As if life isn’t already filled with “busy-ness”, our family is going to be charging full steam ahead during the next several weeks. We have a slew of activities planned and today was just the start of the all the fun!
Today we had a full schedule of events. We started off doing fall co-op with our homeschooling PSP, moved onto a library visit, rounded off with a park day, and ended with getting some paperwork done. Whew!
My baby boy had a marine biology class this morning, during his co-op hours. He had lots of fun and learned quite a bit.
My oldest daughter had a speech class today. She was very uncomfortable, but she made it through. We are going to be doing some practicing before next week to help her get more comfortable.
My middle girls took an animal habitat class. Today’s lesson was on the life cycle of the frog. They even had a special visitor in class… a red bellied toad!
I taught a class for the Kindergarten kids as well. During second period we played math games. Today’s lesson was on making tangrams and creating some neat animal shapes!
Second period meant Heroes of the Bible for my middle girls. They made neat notebooks and even got a cape to go with it!
Second period was basic sewing skills for my oldest girlie. She had a lot of fun with this class.
Just a few of our girlies who joined us at the park. It was great weather and great fellowship!
Once again, our dragon friends graced us with their company and, once again, my youngest gal wouldn’t leave them alone!
My baby girl eating up her pizza. She WAS supposed to be eating her salad, but her dragon friends brought pizza to share… so… the salad was forgotten.
Our co-op classes were an absolute blast! We had so much fun and learned a lot. Thanks so much to the other teachers who helped make today special. We can’t wait for next week!
The park was awesome! The breeze was stupendous, the food was lovely, and the fellowship was sweet. I love getting together with my other mommies and listening to how their lives are going.
Today was definitely full, but it was all worth it. Now it’s time for some R&R!
If you could teach any co-op class, what class would you teach?