Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Another reason to love homeschool...

Sprayed well to defend against the bugs, we grabbed a quilt and spread it out. Olivia read some from one of our Africa picture books, and I read from our biography of Mary Slessor. The sun poured through my glass of juice, turning it into a glowing ruby.




Sarah worked on her cross-stitch, Benjamin placed the last pieces of the Artic in place, and Katherine looked for bugs while our brains soaked up another place on the other side of the world and we enjoyed learning together.



"For wisdom will enter your heart, and knowledge will be pleasant to your soul." Proverbs 2:10


6 comments:

Lori said...

Awwwww...those pictures just exude peacefulness. I can't think of a better atmosphere in which to educate your kids. They are learning HEAPS more than any kid in a tradition school setting. What a blessing!!

Love those curls!

Enjoy some warm sunshine of your faces for us! And we'll build a snowman for you guys, ok? :)

The dB family said...

Homeschooling outside is my favorite!

Blessings!
Deborah

Nahna said...

We have snow, yet again, but peace of that falling snow and the sounds of silence are welcomed by us today.

Not enough snow for a snowman, but enough to keep me inside for now.

Love you 6.
Nahna

quilt-n-mama said...

Wish we could homeschool outside today but the wind and snow is blowing covering the ice:) Looks like a beautiful day! Eli was excited to see more of the globe done!

TheHarriman Family said...

This just makes me smile! School the way God intended :-). We just switched to Sonlight this year and love it! The literature is the best! Your in our thoughts and prayers!

Kecia said...

What a beautiful post. We who home school have a lot to be thankful for, don't we!