Homeschool Summer Sharpener #3

Happy Friday!  Who is ready for the weekend?  I know I am, it’s just been one of those weeks.  I know that I mentioned in homeschool summer sharpener #2 that we would be doing some fun with recipes. Ugh yeah, our oven broke.  Can you believe it? Bummer, I know this stuff happens, but it just figures when it is when you have something planned.  Fortunately, it’s just the ignitor that my husband can replace and get fixed so I should have a working oven again soon, yay!

We decided to do chalk fun on the driveway in our backyard.  I had them do writing and math practice with different color chalks.  They also created some cute little artwork as well.

The girls continue to do some fun homeschool summer sharpening on always ice cream.  It’s great to have online resources to supplement their learning.  It’s also nice to have a break sometimes, haha!

Next week, we will be registering for a new homeschool program that will be available in Farmington Hills through Homeschool Connections.   I look forward to sharing these adventures starting in September.

~Have a blessed weekend everyone and Happy Summer!

This post was written by:

Lindsey Clair

Lindsey Clair is a homeschooling mother of three daughters. She has been married fourteen years to her best friend Ron where he is currently a Solutions Engagement Supervisor for the State of Michigan at UPS. Lindsey possesses a degree in Child Development. She hopes to pursue a degree in Marketing and Advertising in the near future. She is currently a professional blogger and freelance writer for multiple sites and enjoys working from home while homeschooling her children. Lindsey is also a musician. She currently plays the piano and flute and sings. She was formerly the children’s director at her parents church as well as on the praise and worship team. Lindsey and her family are currently in a new transition with another church and waiting on what their next move will be. Lindsey’s hobbies include reading, shopping, blogging, and hanging out with family and friends.

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