Thursday, January 31, 2013

Home School Life

 As a homeschool child we study a wide range of conventional subjects, with an emphasis on reading, writing, math, science, history and integrating faith with living.

 The learning program is flexible and highly individualized, involving both homemade and purchased curriculum materials.
 In our family both parents  are actively involved in home-based education, with mom/homemaker usually as the main academic teacher. Our dad teaches wood working, building trades and other life skills.
 We all have chores that we must do I collect the eggs and feed the chickens as well as feeding fluff-a-nutter my bunny.

 Zeke is adding more chickens to are flock.
Zeke has built all of our chicken coops. This coop belongs to are  silkies we have 8 silkies  2 black, 2 brown and 4 white ones.


These eggs did not hatch in the incubator, so Levi dissected them for biology.

This was one of the many building trades projects was to make a room. From framing, to electrical and ready to be utilized. 

Zeke building shelf for my mom in our basement.

Proverbs 3:5-6
                                                Trust In The Lord With All Your Heart, And Lean Not On Your Own Understanding, In All Your Ways Acknowledge Him, And He Shall Direct Your Paths.