Here’s a snippet of what James and Matthew have been working on in school.
Homeschooling is still not going well in my mind. Bad attitudes and a lot of laziness, but some days are better than others. Lately, most mornings I don’t have the fortitude it make it happen, but that may be a whole different blog post.
Here are a few examples of things the boys have been doing from January to April.
James drew this from a picture on the internet. Minimal help from Mom.
Matthew’s iguana, again from an internet picture, minimal help from Mom.
We did research on the internet after we had spotted them in Key Largo. The boys and I wrote up a little report and they did a presentation to other cruisers at the marina.
James’ map of Florida and our route from Tampa to Bimini
Matthew’s map. M stands for marinas we stayed at, a picture of an anchor where we obviously anchored out and little sailboat where we bought Viatori.
We compared and contrasted Canada and the Bahamas, talked about the flags and did etchings of coins.
Did some basic astronomy. The stars here are so clear and beautiful at night. We find the big dipper every time which points to the north star.
Matthew’s story about a worm as dictated by Mom.
James’ map of the Exumas. M for marinas, anchors and little black dots for mooring balls. We made it to George Town!