Thursday, May 14, 2009

Backyard Learning

It's that time of year again, we move a good part of our
learning time outside. Here.

We spread our books, arts and crafts supplies and various papers
all over the picnic table under the Cherry tree. Taking time from book work
to study these, and these, and even ,these.

Physical Education is very important, we take care of that here too.
Don't think for a minute that we don't know how to kick back and relax.

Here in our Garden State Homeschool,we excel at that!

9 comments:

sarah said...

What a lovely outdoor environment you have! I'm glad it's sunny for you again. I love the header image - what a beautiful photo of Princess!

Tara said...

Ah! A fellow wagon lover.... Owen adores pulling his around with mud and sticks and who knows what else inside.

Your backyard is an oasis of green :0)

Tara said...

A beautiful school! Your post has inspired me to do more of the same... as soon as the rain stops.

Nina said...

Love love love the new header photo. Your backyard garden is amazing. P looks happy and taller. What a great life.

mrsbeccijo said...

I saw an elephant in those clouds! Love the thought of school time under a cherry tree! It should be a title of a book!

Anonymous said...

Is it my imagination, or has she been on a major growth spurt?

Gosh, they grow up way too fast!

Hugs,
Jo

Cher Mere said...

Wow. Princess is getting so big. I love how she looks in your new header. Your outdoor homeschooling is enviable.

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I love the new header. She looks so free.

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Lynn said...

Oh, I love the pictures! Very nice. Princess is so sweet. I want to come over and sit at the little table. :)

Have a lovely weekend.

Lynn

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Plato said...

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