- What worked?
- What didn't?
- What needs to change?
- How will I change it?
- What will stay the same?
- Do we need to change curriculum?
- What's my budget?
SO, high school is in just a few months and in addition to her academic subjects I'll some life classes, which I guess would be what we considered "home economics". A baby class won't be necessary at least for my eldest becasue she's had her fill of babies, since we have a 1 and a 2 year old here. I'll be teaching cooking to start. Meal planning and preparation. Classic dishes, and she'll be compiling a cookbook over the next 4 years to bring with her. I'll also be teaching her some basic sewing, which we'll be learning together becasue sadly, I don't sew. I know we'll be throwing in some auto classes and firearms which will taught by her father, and I think gardening and canning classes will be important. Of course, this will be over the next 4 years, not all next year.
Now for the babies, Nadia will be about 21 months and Gracie will be close to 3 yrs in September, so we're looking at preschool. I'll be doing a letter a week, based on a 4 day week, 2 hours a day. They will learn together, and at these ages we'll be mostly learning through arts, crafts, music and play. Actual lesson plans will be forthcoming, I promise.
I'll post this weekend, Gracie's lesson plans for next week (3 day week, 2 hours per day) along with our daily schedule, so be sure to check back Monday for details. Starting next week, I'll post the following weeks lesson plans on Fridays.
Questions, comments, concerns? Hit me.