Plus, I didn't have to buy duplicates of anything so that the students could do the same thing at the same time. That was a big expense in 2020-2021!
The massive individualization was helpful in many ways, but led to it being incredibly difficult to write up any notes here on the blog of what we were doing. Everyone was doing something different all the time! Instead, I simply updated my notes on the relevant pages on my website. So, if this blog has seemed less active than usual it's because all my current teaching notes are being recorded elsewhere.
For topics that I'm not currently teaching, I'm often adding notes to the Ruzuku course for that main lesson block, as I write more and more courses. If there's a course that you'd like to see, please let me know!
But, although I don't have as much to write, I still have lots of photos to share! Somehow it is January and I haven't yet put up any pictures from the school year. So the next thing on my to-do list is to post photos from August, September, October, November, and December.
Thank you to all of the families in our homeschool co-op who have patiently put up with all of the calendar and curriculum changes due to COVID. Hopefully we will be out of the woods soon!
On August 23, 2021, Zac began First Grade!
(if your child needs a lot of cutting work, you can also draw wavy or zigzag lines for some bonus cutting practice)
we also make patterns by moving our bodies in different ways... so fun!
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