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Saturday, March 19, 2011

Weekly Wrap-Up: the Spring Fever Edition


Spring is finally rearing its warm, sunny head and we are feeling the effects of springtime activities…like soccer practice.

With 2 kiddos in soccer, in 2 different age groups, that means 2 different practice times/week, 2x each…we’ve got soccer 4 times a week.

Wait until the games start…next week!

Wait until a 3rd kid decides he wants to play soccer, too!

As a definitely non-sporty mom, I never thought so much of my schedule would be dictated by a sport.

Add in Boys Scouts (David will be initiated next week) and the evenings are pretty much spoken for.

I never thought I would long for those long dreary wintery nights with nothing going on.

So, what did we learn this week, you ask?

In addition to the 4 R’s (reading, writing, arithmetic, and reasoning), we…

…learned about crystals and started growing some,


…enjoyed some good books,


… learned more about St. Patrick and attended a library program for his Feast day.

Peter had his 2nd PE class and (almost) loved it.

David continued to write his 2nd book.

We all spent hours at various playgrounds.

And we started planning our vegetable garden!  I’m super excited about this (so excited I’m going to write another whole post on it)!

What did you learn about this week? 

Be sure to visit Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers for this week’s Weekly Wrap-Up.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds like a lovely week. I'm excited about your garden. I've had some garden fever this last week or so.


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