September 24, 2020 at 9:56 pm #119933
Oh, I would love for the first option, but it’s probably in your best interest to go for the second 😛
Haha, that’s funny. Someday, I’m gonna do that. First, I should probably get a plane to the arctic and into the middle of nowhere before I drink the three mugs though 😛
Well, everybody in my house is homeschooled–so I guess we are together in the house a lot–but my dad works a lot, so he doesn’t have a ton of fee time, and when he’s home in the evenings, he’s kinda tired, so he’s not really in the mood for.. well, you know. Messing around, whatever. But in the morning, he still has a lot of energy and just kids with all of us, which is really fun. 🙂 I’m homeschooled homeschooled–not social distancing–but my older siblings are pretty busy all the time, then I’m getting kinda busy, so I don’t play with my younger siblings as much 🙁 But yeah, all in all, I’d say I’m in the same boat as you when you said that it’s not like you don’t get enough time with your siblings 😛
No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader ~RFSeptember 25, 2020 at 8:16 pm #119963
Haha then I’ll come to Antarctica with you. After all, someone should make sure the penguins are safe before we give you any caffeine. 😛
That makes sense. Being busy and having lots of school stuff can be pretty tiring. Out of curiosity, does your family use a certain homeschooling curriculum? My family does a mash-up of like 5 different ones. (We’re so organized :P. )October 1, 2020 at 5:08 pm #120246
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. With the combination of school and the fact that I’m trying to be on the computer less, it’s been harder to keep up with everything 😛
Oh yes! I completely forgot about the penguins.. That could give us some trouble 😛
Lol, I get that. We aren’t the most organized family that ever walked the planet either 😛 I also do that. I use the Sunlight Homeschool Curriculum for some subjects (Like history, and science, and, reading, etc.), but for math I use Teaching Textbooks, then for writing I use IEW (Institute for Excellence in Writing, though I think they’re changing their name to Structure and Style, something, something.) What are some of the curriculums you use? (If you wanna tell, no pressure: P)
No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader ~RFOctober 2, 2020 at 9:51 pm #120293
Don’t worry about it! The school year is starting to get to me too.
Nice! I have a couple of friends who use Teaching Textbooks, but I haven’t heard of IEW. When I was younger, I did almost all Sonlight, but now the only thing I have that’s Sonlight is their psychology course. I have a different provider/publisher for everything else, Art of Problem Solving, Wilson Hill Academy, PA Homeschoolers…some others I’m forgetting the name of. My brain turns off for the weekends. 😛October 17, 2020 at 10:36 pm #120753
*wipes brow, panting* Oh boy, I’m very sorry. There was a long period when I wasn’t on SE (busy, you know), then last night when I was I didn’t get to respond to you because my little munchkin of a sibling snatched the computer from me 😛
Wow, that sounds really awesome! And yeah, after I finish this course with Sonlight I think I’m going to switch to This Is My Father’s World.
Yes, mine does to.. 😛
No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader ~RFOctober 18, 2020 at 9:45 am #120757
Oh, those munchkins. 😛
Nice! A lot of my friends use My Father’s World and they really like it.October 19, 2020 at 6:45 pm #120805
Yes, they can be quite annoying, but all in all they’re lovable 😛
Yeah, my brother and little sisters actually use it too. 😀
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