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That Annual Curriculum Post: Second Grade Edition



It's that time of year, again.  I've been (lazily) busy making lesson plans, downloading and creating worksheets and notebooking pages and weeding through the second grade projects I've been Pinning for years.  As I near the end (and as our first day draws near), I thought it would be a good time to share the big plan with you.

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Midsummer Wrap-Up


I can't believe how fast this summer is flying by... can you?

Well, here's a short update on the past few weeks of fun and summer (home)school.

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Summer Update... Getting Back To It

Summer School

 Well, baseball is finally over and we're back to our summer schedule.  Here are some pics of what we've been doing since summer began.

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Baseball and Breaks


Baseball.. Opening Day
Opening Day for Robbie's Team, The Mudcats

I know I haven't been the best at updating, but we've taken a bit of a break from heavy schoolwork lately.  Here's what he HAS been up to.

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The Leisure Hive (or Summer School Begins)



Today is our first day of our summer schedule. Things will be rather light (reading, finishing up a bit of math, writing - he really needs this - and Greek when he wants... with lots of breaks for summer fun), but I am confident that this will have him ready for his 2nd Grade curriculum this Fall. It will also help pass the time on those days when it's simply too hot to go outside.

Do you school in the summer? Why or why not?

 I love having the freedom to decide.

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The Week(s) of World War Three

Ahh.. the joys of having children!!  
I have a bit of catching up to do, so this post covers a few weeks.  As you can see from the lines that RockerDad set Robbie (above), we have been facing some discipline issues.  Things are progressing (albeit at a snail's pace) on that front, however, so let's move on to the educational bits.

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