Finish 2nd grade math with Munchkin.
Make sure Seahawk is prepared for his 3rd grade standardized test.
Schedule said test.
Work hard to limit our waste output by shopping in bulk using cloth bags or jars in lieu of the plastic baggies the stores provide.
Finish weeding the flower beds (they’re pretty bad…) and plant flowers and/or vegetables there.
Repair or replace sewing machine (it won’t turn on anymore :() and continue work on my “Sunbonnet Sue Through the Year” quilt.
Take the kids out for a walk at least once per day.
Lose 5 pounds (gotta start somewhere…)
That should do :). Do you have any goals for the month? Share them here! Accountability is a big motivator, and at the end of the month, we can chat about how we did.
Great goals!!! You can do it. I’m guessing the testing is a legal requirement?
It is. Oregon is pretty lax on homeschoolers. We don’t have required hours or anything. The only thing is that the kids have to be tested (and score in the 15th percentile or better) after 3rd, 5th, 8th, and 10th grades.
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