August is Buwan ng Wika and here at home, we are making extra effort to improve our understanding of our own language.
It took awhile but here’s our first ever homeschooling curriculum. Our homeschool provider allows flexibility with our curriculum, so I tried my best not to replicate how it was in traditional school and design it based on my kids interest. Hopefully, we’ve finally found a good fit.
They said that the first year of homeschooling is the hardest. Well, we just completed our first month and I couldn’t agree more with that saying. Here a recap of how our first month has been and what we’re doing to survive.
As always, the rainy season has started just as soon as school opened. My thought as I watch kids make their way to school that first day of class was, “I’m glad we don’t have to go through that this year.”
We’ve officially enrolled under a homeschool provider and K can’t help being all smile about it.
In my last post, I mentioned that we’ll be homeschooling my incoming 6th grader this school year and that we decided to try it out early to sort of figure out how it would be like if we are actually doing it. But a week into our trial, I began to think that this is a really BAD IDEA.