I can not believe it's been another week. I knew signing up for homeschool that my days would be busier...I mean, that just makes sense, right?? But since we did the online school, I definitely underestimated how much busier I would be. My poor house has been in shambles. But learning is progressing, and we are definitely adjusting and figuring out to overcome our teaching/learning hurdles.
Man, I just realized exactly how ghetto we look with that busted lamp. Listen, since the move we can't find the shade, ok? Stop judging me.
The hub had to refurb that computer, and it is hilarious to me that we have a working desktop again. Hello early-2000's. But, again, it's important to have a computer that K always knows she can to to and work at. And since the hub's laptop died and we only had mine to use, I was just waiting for the death knell of this poor old laptop now that we were 100% dependent on it for school. A back-up computer, no matter how old, is much appreciated.
Regarding our overcome hurdles: This week in math we moved on from comparing numbers using >, <, and = and in to telling time on an analog clock. K has a basic knowledge of this, so I thought it would be a breeze. It was not. Things were not clicking for her the first day, and we both got upset. So we worked on it, and then stopped. No need to freak out. We're doing this so we can go by our own pace, right? The next day it was like she always understood it. It just worked itself into her mind overnight. And I've noticed that with other things. If she doesn't get it right away, some time away from it to let it soak in really seems to help.
That and Brain Pop, Jr. videos. Man! How did people teach before technology!?