Thursday, August 11, 2011

Where We Learn

Without a camera, there's not a whole lot I can show. At least not in the way of current "classroom" photos. Our classroom is constantly changing, as I "monitor and adjust" (old public school teacher terminology there) to the needs of our family. Last year at this time, the schoolroom was mostly downstairs in the kitchen! This spring it all got moved back upstairs once again. And even since that move, things have been rearranged several times. Regardless, where we learn is not always at a desk, and it's not always in our schoolroom. In fact, it's not always in our home, though the term "homeschool" might suggest otherwise. One of the many wonderful, freeing things about homeschooling is that we can learn wherever we go! And we go lots of places.

 

There's so much to learn about God's creation outdoors. 

 

Singers, dancers, and storytellers inspire us.


What a privilege to see historical relics we've read about. In real life!


And to stand in awe of our nation's capital.


We take advantage of the many local libraries we are able to visit.

 

And when we DO stay home, we can learn in the kitchen!

 

 And we can learn together.


Learning is a colorful,


hands-on,

 

intriguing experience.


It's always those things.


No matter where we are.


5 comments:

  1. looks like you've found ways to expose all 4 of your children to the most you can each day.

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  2. love this. oh so true. learning on the go! :)

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  3. What an awesome chess board!! Great post, you are very right about the 'real' school room!

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  4. great post! i love it! so true!

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  5. Great post! Love the pictures and the message.

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