Our first year of homeschooling I found so many incredible ideas for hands-on projects and activities. It was fun, if I do say so myself. My second year that dwindled, and last year was dismal. We made it through our daily lessons of bookwork, but there just wasn’t any fun. Last year was survival mode as I battled the bipolar disorder…But this year, this year, offered hope.
Hope, that we could have fun again. That Patrice could enjoy some fo the hands-on activities similar to what we had done in the first year, when she was oblivious.
And I think, we have had more fun. We are getting through material, going on field trips, and enjoying projects. Today, we did two fun projects in art and science.
During art, we made cards for a friend in the hospital.
This afternoon we did a science project learning how plant seeds might travel to other places in the world. We “made” seeds and sent them flying.
The best part was seeing Patrice not only get involved in the activity, but watching the video beforehand, and being able to explain what it was saying, and argue her point, successfully I might add, with her sisters.
Every day has it’s adventures, but today included some intentional fun!
Survive til you Thrive!