Welcome! I am using this blog to share our family's homeschooling thoughts and experiences.

THIS SCHOOL YEAR (2018-2019): Our oldest child, EL, finished her formal education in May 2017. She remains at home due to her special needs, and continues to learn with us when she is able. JJ is in 10th grade this year. We intend to homeschool him through High School, and are using a variety of different curriculum choices to complete this goal.

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Friday, September 27, 2013

Apple Orchard, Letter Writing, and Other Projects

Here are a few things we did this week:
We took a field trip to an apple orchard
with our homeschool group

Made Parmesan Tilapia
(This is quick and easy. See recipe below.)

Math on the new hardwood floor

Puppet practice
The kids are planning on performing a couple of songs at our church on Sunday night.

Letter Writing
The kids are learning how write letters - not e-mail, but actual written letters. This will help them with writing practice, spelling, sentence structure, communication with others, etc. We plan on practicing our letter writing through-out the school year so, if you are a family member or friend, you might be getting a letter in the mail at some point. Please write back if you get a chance. I know the kids would love to get some mail and read a response to the letters they write to you. 
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4 frozen Tilapia fish filets
1/4 cup light mayonnaise
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 tsp. minced garlic
2 tsp. lemon juice concentrate
pinch of salt and pepper
Place fish in baking pan. Mix all other ingredients in a small bowl. Spread over the tops of frozen fish. Bake at 375 degrees F, uncovered, for 35 minutes or until golden brown and fish flakes with a fork.

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