Lexi @ Lextin Academy — It’s a Wrap! 2013-2014 in review
Our school year ended the last week of April. It’s over; we’re done! I can’t believe another year has flown by. I feel that we’ve had our best year ever (although I think I say that after every year)
Jen @ Happy Little Homemaker — Wrapping Up First Grade
Well, most homeschoolers (and regular schoolers) are getting ready to wrap up the school year. We are not
Sarah @ Delivering Grace — Assessment 2013-2014
It is easy to feel weighed in the balances and found wanting. Yes, this is probably true but it is helpful to sit back and assess what has happened and what has gone well.
Joanie @ Simple Living Mama — Homeschooling Through the Summer
It’s almost summer, that means the end of the homeschool year, right? Not for everyone. We will be homeschooling through the summer here. That way we can take breaks here and there when we need to. We are going to do things a little more relaxed this summer, though.
Margaret @ Creative Madness Mama — Wrapping Up the End of the Homeschool Year (2013-2014 Edition)
For me, this is a time of perspective as I figure out what is next. Truly wrapping up the school year brings excitement to me about what is to come. Yes we’re finishing a chapter, but we’ve learned some things about what kind of learning this kiddo thrives in (as well as balks at!).
Rebecca @ Raventhreads — Why We’re Adding Curriculum Back Into Our Day
I had eschewed curriculum as if it were a plague because of my worries that I would use the curriculum to push him to do stuff he didn’t want to do and wasn’t ready for. I was wrong. I’ve changed how I use curriculum. Instead of it being a tool that makes my relationship with my children combative, I can now use it to embrace some of the things we want to do.
Leah @ As We Walk Along the Road — A (School) Year In Review: A Look at the Good and the Not So Good
Although we never truly stop for a “school break” in our homeschool, the slower pace of May-July is a good time to transition to a new homeschool year. Because of that we consider May to be the end of our year. I like to take some time in May to reflect on what’s been good this year and what hasn’t been so good.
Kemi @ Homemaking Organized — Our Year’s End Homeschooling Details
I on the other hand can’t wait for summer to come. A chance to have some time to finish up some long forgotten projects and to really focus on decluttering our current home so our long awaited move is a smooth one. Our homeschool year has about 5 to 6 weeks left. Our summer will be relative short but very welcome nonetheless.
Brandy @ Kingdom Academy Homeschool — It’s a Wrap!
The end of the year is always a little bittersweet for me. On the one hand, by this time I am usually ready for a break too, but on the other hand, I realize that next year I will have an 11th grader and an 8th grader and that scares me a little!!
Kym @ Homeschool Coffee Break — Countdown to Summer Vacation
Whew! The school year is almost over! I know we are more than ready for a break. But before we’re too hasty in tossing schoolbooks aside, we’d better take a look at what we’ve got left to do. How soon will we be able to take our summer break?
Dawn @ Double O Farms — Ending Your Homeschool Year on a Positive Note
Mom, once you get bit by the homeschool bug, it is so easy to start turning everything into school. Our children need a psychological break as much as we do.
Jennifer @ a glimpse of our life — Almost Done! We ARE Taking a Break This Summer
So what will we do this summer?
Joelle @ Homeschooling for His Glory — The End Is Almost Here
It is May and most homeschoolers are starting to wrap-up their school year.
Michele @ Family, Faith, and Fridays — Hurray! It’s Time for Summer
I mentioned a while back we had about six weeks of school left. That’s down to about 4, so I made an executive decision, with the permission of the principle of course.
This week is our last full schedule week of the school year.