Kindergarten with Ace and Christi, Week 2: Layla Grace

Week 2: March 29 – 30, April 3 – 5

I really can’t believe it’s time already for Layla to begin working through this Kindergarten curriculum! I ended with Braydon and literally started over again for Layla. It will be like this at least three more years… for Emma (almost 3), Raya (10 months), and the new baby (Due in September). I’ll know these stories by heart without having to read the text by then! Hah!

Happy Homeschooling!

Kindergarten with Ace and Christi, Week 36 (Final Week!): Braydon Michael

This is the final week of our homeschool curriculum with ACE (Accelerated Christian Education). I have loved it and look forward to going through the curriculum again in just a few short months with my daughter.

Week 36 is a final review of (almost) all we have learned in all subjects.

Week 36: March 12 – 14, March 19 – 20

Congratulations are in order!!! Great Job, Braydon! I’m so proud of you for completing Kindergarten!!!

That’s a wrap!!!

Happy Homeschooling!

A Homeschool St. Patrick‚Äôs Day 2018

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

We used this holiday to talk about the rainbow. I’m sure my children will never forget in what order the rainbow colors go!

We did several fun crafts which we used as decorations for our big family dinner.

We even made a Lego house for our Leprechaun who stopped in for a quick rest on his travels. He left shamrock sparkles and chocolate gold coins.

We got GREEN donuts, too!

Then we had a meal with some fun green foods and a tradition beef stew.

St. Patrick was a devote missionary who brought Christianity to Ireland. We talk about him and how influential a missionary can be!

Happy Homeschooling!

Kindergarten with Ace and Christi, Week 35: Braydon Michael

Week 35: March 5 – 9

This week we learned the letter sound “A” (Armadillo), comprehension association, mazes, food group review, church family, color sequencing, the Bible stories of “Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego” and “The Wise King”.

We made a St. Patrick’s Day craft in preparation for next week when we celebrate St. Patrick’s day with more crafts and a family meal. I found these on Pinterest and we had everything to make them on the fly… a rainbow paper chain with a pot of “gold” at the end! We used gold glitter for the gold coins. They are perfect decorations for our upcoming St. Patrick’s day celebration!

Daddy and I got to take Braydon out for a special celebration since he has one more week of school left… we may make this a little tradition!!! We went to a Medieval Night Dinner and Tournament! It was so fun! Brady got a light up sword, we ate a rustic meal with our fingers, and we cheered on our knight in the tournament with real swords and horses!!!

I can’t believe we have one last week left of kindergarten! This year has flown by!

Happy Homeschooling!