Charlie made the picture of our theme this year:
“The Savior was the Master Teacher…We would see most of His ministry being teaching. And yet almost none of that teaching was done in a church building. His teaching was out where the people were. It was in highways and byways and hillsides and seashores and in homes.
We had special visit with the Brenan's. It was such a treat to spend some time with their family! We all fell in love with the little boys- such darlings. Craig is a professional trombone player (currently number one on the national jazz list FYI) so he did a mini trombone session with each of the kids on their own instruments. It was seriously awesome. I love being inspired by talented people.
Jenna and I have known each other for a long time. We don't get to see her very often but when I do see her I always feel so happy. She's one of those sunshiney people.
Jacob loves math so we made a math kit for him to play with in his free time.
It's full of math games and puzzles etc.
We are starting Hazel young on the geoboard.
Scarlet is progressing so quickly already. She's like a human sponge. I wish my brain was that spongy.
Our first study unit was about bridges. Bridges are actually really extra amazing
when you start learning about them.
All the different types of bridges.
Jacob's Love of Learning class is Chess this semester.
Jane is doing Kitchen Class and Charlie is doing Wood Burning.