Homeschool Mother’s Journal: February Edition

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I’m happy to say that after a VERY slow start this year we’re finally back into full school mode, and we’re still having a great time. Here’s what’s happening in our home this month.

In my life this month…

This month an aunt of mine will be making the 5,000 mile trip from Bolivia to the United States for the first time. She’ll stay in our home for a couple of days and we’re super exited to meet her. Aside from her charm, she’s famous for her cooking skills and we can’t wait to learn from her.

In our homeschool this month…

We’re reading Shakespeare’s Henry V this month. My girls LOVE to perform so the dramatic readings have been a ton of fun. There’s been talk of building a small stage in the garage for such performances. I’ll keep you posted.

Places we’re going and people we’re seeing…

Basketball season is upon us so our week days are filled with practice and our weekends with road games from early in the morning, until very late at night. We will be spending a lot of time with other homeschool families as we cheer our teams on. This is one of our favorite times of the year. Go Mustangs!

My favorite thing this month…

Holidays!

I’m usually terrible when it comes to holidays, special celebrations, birthdays, etc. I am NEVER ready. However, this month I am 100% prepared for Black History Month, President’s Day, Lincoln’s Birthday and even the one holiday I never celebrate; Valentine’s Day. Yes, I did pat myself in the back, this is a milestone.

Some photos to share…

On the blog in case you missed it…

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What’s in store for February in your homeschool?


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