I’ve had some homeschool newbies ask about curriculum and schedules. I figured I’ll do a few posts explaining what we do.
Storage. I found baskets at @target. I bought three and they hold the bulk of our stuff (minus games). (1st pic).
First up: The Morning Basket. Or Morning Time. If you haven’t yet, go research @hspambarnhill She is the guru of all thing Morning Time.
I loop my Morning Time work depending on what we are studying that day. So, every day is new. We only do seat work 4 days a week and I don’t do a complete basket on Friday, so there are 3 Morning Time loops.
Ok. Here we go:
Every day we start with bible. We are using the Morning Time bundle from @masterbooks. On their private FB group I found a schedule. (2nd photo).
Tuesday (Poetry Day) we have a lesson in Cursive, and we do a word search. (3rd photo).
Wednesday (History) we work on map memorization and copy work. The map I downloaded from the web and he fills in what he knows, and then adds a bit to it each time. I bought the copy work from the Build Your Bundle sale. It fits with our focus on Early American history. (4th photo).
Thursday (Science) we do Mad Libs and either a math mosaic or play a math game. (5th photo).
Friday (Writing) we only do our Bible reading so we have more time for our subject.
After Morning Basket we move on to Brave Writer Arrow.
Tomorrow, I’ll show you how we make the #bravewriterlifestyle work for us. - 5 hours ago