We homeschool. I think I mentioned that. So I don't know about anyone else but I think that because we have taken the summer off it's gonna be hard to transition back into "learning". Not that we stopped learning. We just switched subjects. Math got switched to beating Lego Star Wars II on the Game Cube. Spelling got switched to building Lego structures. Reading the classics got replaced with a newfound love for "junior" graphic novels.
I remember with fondness the summer I got hooked on Scarlet by Alexandra Ripley. I read for hours and hours. I think that's the only book I had time to read that summer. It was long.
Anyways, back on topic. I'm planning our school year. Here's what I've got so far:
For the 6 yo and 8 yo
- Story of the World (Ancients) story book
- Story of the World (Ancients) Activity book on Fridays with our group
- Our Young Folks' Josephus-Antiquities of the Jews and the Jewish Wars
- Saxon 1 or Math u see(6yo)
- Math u see (8yo)
- A Reason for Spelling (8yo)
- Still not sure for the 6yo
- Abeka Exploring God's World
- Science Experiments on Fridays with our group
- Awana on Wednesday Nights
- Scripture Memorization
- Bible Stories