A few weeks ago we went on our very first family vacation. Yep! You read that right. Our younger 3 kiddos have never even stayed in a hotel! Daddy T and I decided that it was past time for us to take off for a weekend, and so we did!
I thought that I would share some of our pictures from our fun-filled weekend! I hope that you enjoy!
This is not the very first picture, but it is one of the few with all of us in it!
We all love riding rides! Here are a few of those moments captured!
The littles enjoyed the pool as much as they did the park!
On our last day we were able to go through a cave. The kiddos loved it! It was so neat to see the beauty that was hidden 500 feet below the surface.
We enjoyed getting to spend time as a family. It was a weekend filled with memories that I hope last a lifetime. Now, I am beginning to focus on planning school for next year. I am actually excited about starting Classical Conversations next month. I hope you are having a fun summer vacation!
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
We received a digital download of The American Revolution. This contains 25 lessons. Their website says that these lessons are best stretched across a 5-10 week period. I had originally planned to finish one lesson per week. However, some lessons took longer and that was perfect! I wanted to let the kiddos enjoy learning and get the most out of each one. Of course, as usual there is so much great stuff available from penmanship practice pages, a notebook timeline, recipes, file folder games, 3D projects and much more! We love all the hands-on activities that are included with Home School in the Woods. Look at all the great projects included in The American Revolution study:
I thought this would be a great way to help introduce more early American history to the Crunchy Kiddos before we begin Classical Conversations next month. I wanted them to have some knowledge that they could add to throughout the year.