Sir Son is now a senior. *gasp* He is Dual-Enrolled. When he graduates, there will be no celebration, no walk for a diploma, no nothing. We might make his favorite dinner. He is just not the celebrating type and I am ok with that. 🙂 Yes, I’ll at least take a photo of him holding his Letter of Intent to stop homeschooling. LOL
The Violinist, 8th grade:
History: Various reading books. Haven’t decided on what. This is a light year for her in history, so I am not worried about it.
Math: Saxon Pre-Algebra 1/2 (co-op)
Science: Apologia Physical Science
English: Study of Odyssey, writing techniques, research. Sir Husband is her teacher in this area.
- Grammar: She has perfect grammar (per her facilitator last year; she’s her father’s daughter). But it doesn’t mean she can stop practicing. She will be using Harbrace College Handbook.
- Vocabulary: Peterson’s Success with Words and whatever Literary Terms the Husband feels she needs to know.
- No spelling. For someone who has taught herself to read and spell at four, was spelling her 8th grade brother’s spelling words, w/0 studying, in fourth grade, and has gotten a perfect score on every single spelling test thrown at her, no longer needs spelling assignments.
Jacksonville Youth Orchestra – violin playing, of course.
This year she will earn High School Credits in: English, Science, and Music
Pea #1, 6th Grade:
History: A Child’s Story of America, U.S. map work, various reading.
Math: 7/6 Saxon Math (co-op)
Science: Apologia Elementary Botany and Zoo 3 (co-op)
English: Reading/Vocabulary/Spelling (co-op)
Grammar: Rod and Staff English Grade 5
Art: at co-op
Pea #2, Grade 5
History: A Child’s Story of America, various reading, U.S. Map work
Math: Saxon 6/5 or Rod and Staff Grade 5 Math???
Science: Apologia Anatomy (co-op)
English: Rod and Staff, Grade 5
Spelling: All About Spelling (which I am not happy about, but I have it and have to use it)
Art: At co-op
For All Three: Latin for Children and Logic, Perplexors or Mind Benders (I have both)
If I ever have a reading list, I’ll post that.
Are you ready for homeschooling?