Homeschool Perk#4: You Can Have Your Own Flex Week
I have been writing on a continuing theme over at Heart of the Matter Online for the last few months, with the emphasis being on the many perks of homeschooling. Head on over to Heart of the Matter to read all about it here. While your there, feel free to read through the previous homeschool perks, listed at the bottom of my article on their site. See you there!
I have been writing a on a continuing theme over at Heart of the Matter during the last few months, with the emphasis being on the many perks of homeschooling. In fact, I decided it might be fun to write on this theme in a “Top 10″ format, so this month I arrived at Homeschooling Perk #7.
But before I do,…… (con’t)
(Come visit me here at Heart of the Matter to read the rest of this post!)
How is everyone doing on their birdcount? Dont forget to try and watch your feeder for a minumum of 15 minutes between Feb 13 – Feb 16. You can watch for just one day, or all of the days. Here’s a list of birds we’ve seen in our backyard (either hovering in the sky or at the feeders or in the backyard trees) the last couple of days:
Friday Feb 13
Stellar’s Jay (Pacific), American Crow, Turkey Vulture, Anna’s Hummingbird (male), Robin (female)
Saturday Feb 14
European Starling, Chestnut backed Chickadee, Song Sparrow, Robin (male), Ring-Billed Gull, Canadian Geese, Rufous Hummingbird (female)
For more information on the Great Backyard Bird Count visit the website here. Happy Birding!
It is a mistake, perhaps, to think that to do one thing well, we must just do and think about that and nothing else all the time. It is our business to know all we can and to spend a part of our lives in increasing our knowledge. That is one way in which we become greater persons, and the more a person is, the better he will do whatever piece of special work falls to his share. Let us have, like Leonardo, a spirit ‘invariably royal and magnanimous.’ – quoted from Charlotte Mason’s 4th volume, Ourselves.(p. 47)
Happy Birthday to me!
Yup, it’s been a whole year since I started my homeschool Blog. I hope you folks have enjoyed traveling along with us in the blogosphere while we shared highlights of our Homeschool Journey. I look forward to another year of rich and varied learning, and invite you to carry on with us as we continue to learn to live and live to learn.