making gack at EKWIP
Summer is winding down for us here at the farm. Our volunteer summer outreach programs: Preteen Camp, Mission Trip, and EKWIP have all come the a close. Leap of Faith is preparing to shift to fall session schedules leaving us to face a new school year.
As many of you know, we are a home school family and have been for many years. We desire to give our children a quality education with a Christian worldview. Abeka is our primary curriculum source, however, we mix in Apologia sciences and some Saxon math. Most of our school books are already in our possession, it is just a matter of coordinating them and setting a plan.
This year two of our teens will be attending dual credit classes at our local college; this affects how our schedule must be planned and how our records are kept. Today is our day to pull the books, line up the curriculum. and map a schedule that works for everyone.
Many people have questions about homeschooling: why we do it, what is it, records, the law..please feel free to leave a question in the comment box and I would be happy to answer them for you (to the best of my ability). May God bless and guild your school preparations. :)