Friday, April 3, 2009

How we Homeschool

A quick peek at how we homeschool here in our little corner
of the Garden State lately We spend a lot of time outside

we still like to dress up


doing our part to Keep the Garden in the Garden State



Riding her bike on the next door neighbor's driveway

field trip


painting with watercolors






digging in the dirt


still trying to get the hang of watercolors..some reading outside


swinging


we even do "book" work outside....
now I must run. Today is Find a Rainbow Day,(fortunately, it's raining right now)
and it's also housecleaning day
for us, so I must be off!

9 comments:

Cher Mere said...

awww... so jealous. I can't wait for a warm _dry_spring day.

Also I wanted to say that I love her flamingo picture!

Wendy Hawksley said...

You're so fortunate. We aren't that far from you, yet the winds keep us from getting outside until it gets into the 60's!

I love how your days look; as lazy and relaxed as ours, while still being fun and productive!

Tara said...

Princess has everything she needs in her outside wonderland!

I'm on my hubby to get us a picnic table so Owen and I can enjoy some lunches/reading outside.

Tara said...

I'm looking forward to warm days reading outside and playing games on the porch at night. Cold and rainy today... You have a wonderful homeschool environment!

rae said...

You have a lovely mix of goodness there, Kate. :)

Sara said...

It all looks great!

8)(8 said...

Beautiful. She is also quite the artist.

reprehriestless warillever said...

Can I go to your school?

Jenny said...

LOVE how you homeschool!

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