It's mid July-are you ready for fall ...

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It's mid July-are you ready for fall ...
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Mon, 07-19-2010 - 9:50am

It's mid July-are you ready for fall yet?



  • Yes-This heat is for the birds!
  • Yes I hate summer
  • Kinda, but not totally
  • No-I am loving this heat
  • No I hate fall.
  • Other


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Karla
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Mon, 07-19-2010 - 10:02am
Heck no! The year is going by too fast as it is!! I would actually prefer to go back to June or even May and re-live more summer! But don't get me wrong - fall is actually my favorite season, it's just that the years are flying by way too fast!!
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Mon, 07-19-2010 - 10:06am

LOL Oh I hear ya about the years flying by.


I can't believe it's already mid July!!!

Karla
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Mon, 07-19-2010 - 11:33am
Ah, if only I had a Fall to enjoy!











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Mon, 07-19-2010 - 3:41pm
I said other.

Molly

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Mon, 07-19-2010 - 9:54pm
I don't want time to pass but I really hate heat and humidity...



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Thu, 07-22-2010 - 10:54am
But then, as a homeschooler, I'm already swung full gear into preparing for the fall schooling. We homeschool all year, but there's a rhythm to what we do and the summer definitely doesn't look like the fall. There's items to buy and organizing in the homeschool room to do. I have a lot of work to do between now and September.

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Thu, 07-22-2010 - 11:00am

LOL As I think you know, I too homeschool so I totally understand the preparation. I'm about to start the process of book buying soon and spent this past weekend cleaning out my homeschool cabinet.


Btw, my daughter is the same age as your son. We're going to be doing 5/6 grade level work this year. :)

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Sat, 07-24-2010 - 1:39pm
We're all over the place in terms of "level".... Math-U-See Delta (after a switch from Singapore Math, which was a disaster), Sonlight 4, Prairie Primer, Abeka Science 5, Spelling Power (level D). lol, sometimes I wish I was more of an unschooler :D
I'm trying to get one of my email accounts under more control, but shortly I'll be back to work in my homeschool room. It's already looking better in here though
I'm still waiting to find out when Office Max has their teacher appreciation event. I can't wait for the Staples one :D

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Mon, 07-26-2010 - 8:48am
We were all over the place in levels as well but have finally leveled out to something more manageable. We use Bob Jones Math (grade 5 this year) Abeka Science, Health, and History (grade 6), Daily Grams (level 6) and Total Language Plus which comes in a variety of levels (I discovered this two years ago and absolutely LOVE it-wish I'd seen it when schooling my older children). We'll start off with something easy and move up.

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Sat, 07-31-2010 - 12:20pm
leveling out is good. I'd say all our materials are somewhere between 3rd and 6th grade... accept for a few big exceptions like Howard Zinn's "A People's History of the United States"

Love and Light, Joelle

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