Posted by Sarah
Friday, September 11, 2009
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this was fantastic, sarah! i'm so impressed. and oh, it looked like your boys were just LOVING it. praise the Lord!
looks like a wonderful day. they're gonna love their year. so what room did you put the school stuff in?
That was great! I love it! I want to learn how to do that. How did you ever have time on your first day of school. Wow! I love their little hands and their expressions of concentration and of course, Max's joy over his vanilla, "light" ice cream. Great job, Mama. Great job, Teacher.
Sweet!! What a treasure you have with that video too!!!
Aims, We converted the office into a homeschool room. We never used it for an office, so when we made the decision to homeschool, it was the perfect space for it.
You can see the success of the first day written all over their faces. You can see your love for those boys written all over that video. Awesome, Sar.
I was wondering how the first day went and I can see it went well!
Sarah, this is great! What a fun memory of their first day. It looks like things went wonderfully. Also, I'm jealous that MY school never found it necessary to go to Culver's for a lesson. :)
This looks like great fun! Homeschooling kindergarten seems like it would be the best year to start with. :D And once again, your photography skills come shining through.
So glad you have a "space" for schooling and so very proud of you for taking this next step in teaching your boys. We did MFW Kindergarten last year and absolutely loved it. You're in for a fun year. It's perfect for boys. We are now moving on to MFW 1st grade, but have fond memories of Kindergarten. Thanks for sharing!
great video - i loved it!two observations: landon is a bit jealous jack got to use squeeze glue :o) and i am missing home seeing their Culvers containers- love that frozen custard :o)i am glad you had such a successful first day.
Oh Sarah! You made me cry! What a wonderful little school you have, and those are two of the most precious students I've ever seen. It's fun, isn't it?
"... a very good place to start."oh, and i figured you would come up with a way to work some yummy snack into your lesson... nicely done!
Awww, you gotta send me some of those pics! Too cute...it looks like so much fun :) Good job, sister! xoxo
Yeah, I found that bribing JS with ice cream worked wonders too.;-DNice work, Sarah. A+.
that slide show blessed my socks off!!! Loved the icecream idea.....see, don't you just love running with these little themes!! It brings so much creativity to the day! It looks like you all had a blast....what a blessing to be able to homeschool!
Looks like you had a great first day!!!
What a sweet video and a great treasure for you all of your first day of school. :-) Looks like your off to a good start. So, are you doing MWF? How long each day? Do you have a set time or kinda go with the flow? We start Mon, still working out some kinks, but am so excited!!
love the video!love the smiles on those two boy's faces =)
They look so happy!! It would be great to hear what you're using for curriculum. It's always nice to see what other moms are using, what works (and what doesn't) and how you incorporate the Bible into your teaching. Thanks!!
This is awesome, Sarah! I pray you have a blessed year!
Amazing. You make me melt. Only you would use ice cream for dark vs light. I know it would help ME remember the lesson. ;o)You make someone who never thought about home schooling, think about home schooling. Sweet times....and you just happened to make that video in all your spare time?!? seriously.
What a perfectly delicious way to teach darkness and light. Looks like it went well!