Friday, March 5, 2010

Weekly wrap up: Winding down and getting wound up!

AAHH the end of another week =0) Can I get a hallelujah!? Hehehe! Its been a good week here but a long week! We had doctors appointments and scouts  meetings as usual. One of the highlights of the week was the first meeting of a new book club we are participating in! We had lots of fun hanging out and getting to know some other homeschoolers and seeing how well all the kids interacted with each other.

We started our last unit for my sons 2nd grade portfolio review. A health unit learning about our bodies.We read about the creation in the scriptures and talked about our skeletal system. We made a fun craft that helped us learn about the different types of bone tissue and the boys thought that was really cool!

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I must admit “getting through” our work this week has been a bit hard. Signs of spring are starting to show and we have been day dreaming about warm days spent out in the sun. We are also getting all wound up for daddys visit next week! We are officially down to single digits here people!! It has been seven LONG months and we.. ok I am going crazy waiting for next week to get here and bring me my dear husband! You can click on over to Kris’ blog HERE  and see how lots of other homeschoolers have spent there week!I hope everyone has had a wonderful week!

4 comments:

Cindy said...

Wow, seven months! I can see why you are excited. Looks like you guys had a great week!

Paige said...

Looks like a fun week! I don't know if I could last seven months without my hubby, thanks for your sacrafice and I hope you have a wonderful time with him!

Wonder Mom said...

I like this "bone craft"= where did the idea come from?

Also, with Spring and Daddy arriving at the same time, you ALL deserve some "wiggly, giggly" time! YAHOO!

Cheryl said...

Hallelujah! We had a good week but I was looking forward to the weekend. We have a bit of spring fever too.

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