Kindergarten with Ace and Christi, Week 30: Braydon Michael

This week we learned the letter sound “I”, parts of plants and what they’re used for, in depth missionary teaching, firemen, mazes, addition, the Bible stories “The Axe Head that Floated” (2 Kings 6:1-7) and “When Jesus Is King” (Romans 10:9-10)

Week 30: January 29-31, February 1-2

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Kindergarten with Ace and Christi, Week 29: Braydon Michael

Week 29: January 23 – 26

In week 29 we learned ADDITION! We also learned the letter sound “G”, that plants make oxygen, different foods, plants and food, different kinds of houses, missionaries, and the Bible Stories “The Man Who Did Not Know About Jesus” (Acts 10:1-48) and “Sitting on the Window Ledge” (Acts 20:6-12)

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Kindergarten with Ace and Christi, Week 27: Braydon Michael

Week 27: January 15 – 18

This week we learned the letter sound “A”, missing things, more or less, sets, mazes, bankers, the President, and lawyers, the Bible stories “Everyone Was Asleep” (John 3:1-21) and “The New King” (1 Samuel 16:1-13)

Homeschooling is closeness to your favorite people everyday. 🌟 It’s worksheets on the floor so we can sit right inside the warm spot, where the mid-morning sun is creeping in through the window. It’s about going through the day slowly, drinking in every new kindergarten idea and thought. It’s picking through the brains of the children around you with questions and conversations. It’s reading that one book, you know, the one that they love, for the trillionth time. It’s letting them fold laundry and make dinner with you (even when it’s LESS than helpful — someday that will change). It’s knowing the ins and outs of everything they’re learning so you end up drill them while riding in the car or around the dinner table. It’s finding what they love, what they’re passionate about, and exploring it (White tigers? Black holes? Mailmen?) At this age, it’s probably a phase, but you’re diving into subjects that genuinely interest them which is showing them that learning is FUN and INTERESTING! It’s creating a positive foundation for “school” because learning never ends! We should all strive to be students of LIFE everyday. I feel honored and incredibly humbled and sober with the responsibility of Braydon’s schooling. He is doing so great and will be a 1st grader before I know it!!!

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