*2*School this week was busy. We are doing several reviews at once: The Art of Deductive Reasoning, Adventus Piano, Programming, Lapbooks, Lone Star, along with our regularly scheduled programming. Full and busy, but good. Our little blue 5 x7 cards are our navigators.
Reviews this week included Target the Question, Abraham's Journey and College Common Sense.
We are doing more and more on-line school again. Rosetta Stone, Target the Question with Lone Star, Keyboarding with Schoolhouse Teachers (yea!), computer programming, piano. Our one lone Internet connected computer is our work horse. As a veteran homeschooler I am thrilled with the variety and # of choices we have available!
14 years ago today my Mom died.
And it seems like forever ago.
The days are long, the years are short grows ever more profound.
We had a great time in film class this a.m. We've decided on a story, assigned parts and are developing videography skills. Today small groups assembled and did interviews of the cast, both as the actor, and as the character. Great ad-libbing. We just have to figure out sound.
From the "about me" over at Stop Her She's Knitting;
"Let this be the rallying cry for all women over 50:
You can have my gray hair when you can pry it from my cold dead fingers.
As Felton wrote, in a review of Steve Martin, "This isn't comedy; it's campfire recreation for the bent at heart. It's a laugh-a- long for loonies...."
Don't forget to stop by tomorrow for Share It Saturday with tons of link-ups and great ideas! See you then!