We didn’t do very much planned school today… I guess you would classify today as “unschooling”. We stayed in our pajamas and
goofed off worked on individual projects. The kids took turns reading “Ghost Liners” out loud and narrating the story back to me about the many sunken ships and their passenger stories. They colored some in their Dover Shipwrecks and Sunken Treasures coloring book also. Morgan sent me some Dayspring E-Cards from her computer in her room when she went in there to check her email. She sent me an early Mother’s Day card and made me cry. I’m such a sap.
I’ve been working on the carnival all day and it ended up being a learning experience for us all. We did research on bees in our numerous insect books, read online sites about French history, looked up recipes with honey, and the kids helped me make dinner (they made the salad and did the dishes). I made Honey Rosemary Chicken (one of our quick favorites). I’ll finish up the carnival later tonight and be sure to get it up after midnight tonight!
Be prepared to sit and read tomorrow when you stop back by. Be sure to make yourself a cup of tea with honey and enjoy the lesson! I’m glad I worked on this project yesterday and today instead of turning it in to an all-night escapade like I did the past two times I have hosted the carnival. A special thanks to those who had their posts in early! It really helped to pull it all together and give me ideas. Thanks to all who participated!