Friday, May 21, 2010

Wrapping Up

Workbooks have been completed and final tests have been taken. Unbelieveably, Suaemoc is wrapping up the homeschool year for the summer. Learning, of course, never ends. Little Boy and Little Miss don't need to know that. ;)
It's pretty safe to say that Little Miss has graduated middle school and is, dare it be said, a high schooler. She'll be starting high school through American Academy with a career focus on Horse Management in the fall.
The Little Boy will be a 4th grader this autumn. It will be easier to focus on his curriculum with Little Miss's instruction being mostly provided through the American Academy. He's going to need to work on creative writing and developing ideas. The Little Boy is so intelligent and really demonstrates a love for mathematics. As everyone has one subject which proves to be their bump in the road, writing is not his forte. Hopefully, including more theocratic assignments will help him develop his abilities in this area in the coming year.
Suaemoc will be busy over the next couple of months. There'll be a rearranging of the classroom, including a change of location, yet to be determined, a lot of preparation for the 2010-2011 homeschool year, and the non-formal summer homeschooling that will be taking place. Of course, we're looking forward to our first-annual hosting of the Homeschool Summer Pool Party in July. :D We will also be sorting through our materials and gathering things together for the traditional homeschoolers' book swap in August.
So, while blog updates will be less frequent throughout the coming months, Suaemoc will be keeping busy. Have a happy and safe summer, Suaemoc followers! :)


  1. Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog! Have a wonderful summer, rearranging and planning for the year ahead besides.

  2. Congratulations on completing the school year! I bet you're looking forward to summer and all it has to offer. :)

  3. Hi, imagine my surprise as I accidentally wandered onto your site! (I sometimes Blog surf when I can't sleep). I homeschooled my 2 sons, who are now grown ... never spent a day in school ... well, until my oldest went to school for his A.A.S. I wish that I had known you when I was homeschooling...I was pretty much alone in the endeavor and we seem to share a philosophy ... and a faith! Check out my very neglected blog ... I wish that this was available when my sons were young ... what a great way to chronicle the adventure. Feel free to e-mail me.

  4. Wow Sue! I'm glad you stumbled upon me. :) JW's always find each other. LOL (((hugs)))
    I was looking all over for a way to email you, but can't find one. My email address is Feel free to contact me, too. :) I also have unlimited texting (Sprint), but very little talk time: 860.420.6251. One of these days I need to work on getting a home phone. Especially now that I have a greater need for using the phone hook-up for the meetings.
    Homeschooling is an adventure, isn't it? It's so worth every bit of the blood, sweat, and tears that go into it, though. I wouldn't have it any other way and I'm grateful that my circumstances allow it.