Welcome to this weeks #Homeedlinkup.
Hasn't it been a hot week? I am looking forward to reading lots of summery posts this week because if you are anything like us you will have been spending a large amount of your time in the garden, the park or even at the beach. My boys have a lovely, healthy, up-to-the-brim with vitamin D look about them and for once in my very fair skinned life I also seem to have a bit of a glow - lovely.
Before I mention a few posts from last week can I just remind two lovely ladies ( you know who you are) that I am still waiting for your address details via email so that I can post out your book prizes. I have the Usborne History book and The Heuys None the Number sat on my desk looking very unloved so please forward on your details ASAP so that I can get them out to you both.
I was reminded by Dancing in the Mud last week that an end of year review is a very good idea. I am going to get super-duper organised next week and write down all the children's achievements for the year. Am I the only home-ed mum to have not written one of these down yet?
Peas in a Pod are doing some excellent observational drawing and I applaud their family approach to art. Despite the fact that I'm very artistic and my children seem to have inherited a love for drawing we seldom sit and do an observational drawing. It is a skill which I must help them to develop so thank you to Peas in a Pod for the nudge.
Not Strictly Home-Ed wrote a beautiful analogy for home-ed - if you haven't read it yet then please do because it's lovely.
I am expecting a parcel of goodies next week so there will be a resource up for grabs on the next link-up - don't miss out!
Thank you once again for linking up last week - I learn so much from other people through this link-up and I really hope this is true for the rest of you.
Here are the guidelines for the linky.
The link-up is for any home-education based post. It could just be a photograph from the week, your favourite post or a note about a particular success.
If you don't blog but want to get involved then simply post a comment at the bottom of this post so that we can 'meet' you. Nobody wants to click on a link and zoom off to find themselves on an advertising post so please don't link-up with ads. The only other rule is just the good manners one - keep it clean and polite please.
I am really, really looking forward to reading more fabulous posts this week and meeting other home-educators. Please help spread the word about the linky in in doing so the positive message about home-education.
Don't forget to spread a little happiness by reading and commenting on other posts on this link-up.
Have a fun-filled family week.