Week in My Life – Tuesday

Week in my life - tuesday
After breakfast…
Week in my life - Tuesday - fractions
and some fraction fun …

we headed for the home education centre where we spend most Tuesdays (from 11 AM until 4 PM).

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The kids love hanging out with their friends in the centre’s spacious grounds

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C(9) did art and drama
C(9) enjoyed art and drama classes
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And for me, there was a beautiful dog walk with my dear friend Carrie (who is a wonderful photographer!)


I’m documenting our daily homeschooling life this week as part of Adventuroo’s Week in My Life link-up. Click here for Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.


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14 thoughts on “Week in My Life – Tuesday

  1. I didn’t manage to get my act together afterall…. 🙁 My week looks like it’s going to be too higgledy piggledy so I’ll have to pass this time. I love the concentrated look on C’s face — mixed fractions after breakfast before going out?! Wow. She’s my hero. J looks like he has shot up in the past few weeks. What are you feeding him? 🙂

    1. I will look forward to reading about your week one day, Hwee 🙂 In the meantime, I really appreciate your support for my efforts! J(8) would say it’s the sausages, but I shall insist it’s the spinach 😀 I hope your higgledy piggledy (love that expression!) week is a happy one.

  2. The home education centre sounds like a great place to hang out, and a walk with friends is relaxing and exercise at the same time. Hope all your days go well.

    1. Yes, walking with friends and dogs in nature is one of my favourite ways to pass the time, Jendi. Thank you – I hope your week is going well, too.

  3. I didn’t know there were any home school centres near us. In fact, I didn’t know there were any in the UK! Where have I been for the last 11 years?!

    1. LOL, Claire! I marvel at how differently we do things, yet how well things seem to turn out for our respective families. It’s a happy illustration of the diverse ways of successfully home-educating, isn’t it? (Meantime, I do rather rely on you for my education ;-))

  4. I’m new to homeschooling and have loved reading about your family and how you have developed. I’m still absolutly terrified though. The home education centre sounds great and your site have given me lots of idea’s and inspiration.

    1. Hi Kylie, Thank you so much for taking the time to say hello and for your lovely comment. Homeschooling can seem pretty terrifying at first, but the good days really do begin to outnumber the scary ones pretty quickly 🙂 I hope to “chat” with you here again!

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