Finishing Up Our Homeschool Year

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Good Morning😊

We are almost finished with the 180 day state requirement for 2018-2019 school year. Even though I homeschool year around it will be nice to stop keeping records for a few months.

The last few weeks I am going to be reviewing all of the concepts we learned this year. I am so proud of Chloe’s progress this year. Her reading skills have improved and she has retained a lot of math concepts this year. I am hoping to work on writing this Summer. Chloe still struggles spreading her words out when she writes. I have been using a highlighter to mark where she needs to write.

Chloe has also shown a lot of improvement in her life skills learning.  She puts on her clothes, socks and shoes by herself. She pours her own drink and makes a few of her snacks by herself.  She has recently started putting her own laundry away. She still likes to help me bake and I have given her more control in reading directions. We are still working on brushing her teeth and brushing her hair. Hair brushing is a big battle with her. I am thinking about cutting it into a bob, if she will let me. 

We are looking forward to planting flowers and maybe a few veggies as the weather gets warmer.  Chloe is an outside girl and we spend every nice day outside. We got her a swing set and a better frame for her therapy swing. She will love it!  Our girl loves to swing❤

How is the last part of your child’s school year going?

Have a wonderful day🙂

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5 thoughts on “Finishing Up Our Homeschool Year”

  1. Wow, what an awesome list of progression! I’m always so impressed with these little blessings when they start dressing themselves. I mean, I still struggle to put pants on without falling down! 🙂 We don’t have any laws for how long to homeschool in our state, so I just try to keep a short journal of what we’ve done. I can’t imagine how good it feels to be past that, and able to spend the rest of the year in a more relaxed setting. We school all year round as well, I’ll be praying for you and your sweet daughter as we all learn this year. May the Lord bless you!

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