We have lots of appointments. Monday my 3 year old has a check up and all but one other day my husband has appointments an hour away and 3 of those days he has school. So we will be learning on the road.
Not too bad. The next two weeks are going to be a little lighter and then we will be on break for 2 weeks. We have to get pictures done on Tuesday. Tomorrow, DS is going to be the teacher and I am going to be the student. We will see how that goes. Sounds fun in my head at least.
We're going to be learning about Christmas around the world and continue our fractions/measurements with cookie baking. We've got a dr appt for the youngest, MIL leaves tomorrow, we need Christmas cards and pictures, but other than that, fairly relaxed. How 'bout you?
We have our regular schedule, but will create some stained glass windows with black paper and tissue paper for the glass. We may also make some cinnamon applesauce ornaments, so they'll have plenty of time to dry and go on our pancake in a jar gifts that we make next week.
Petty typical week here...I have Tuesday and Wednesday off so that will be nice (I usually only have Wednesay off). I'd like to finish some Christmas gifts and write out what else we need to get done for Christmas.
Academically, it looks like this for ds(12): Mon - Math & Cursive, Tue - Lit/Writing& Sci, Wed - Math & History, Thu - Lit/Writing & Sci, Fri - Math & Geography
Ds has Muay Thai boxing on Mon, Wed, & Sat
On Wednesday, dh and I get to see dd(17) in all 3 hours of her dance classes at her performing arts high school for Parent Observation Day. Then I have choir practice in the evening.
On Thursday the whole family is going to do the whole Christmas in Manhattan thing (Rockefeller Plaza tree, holiday windows, FAO Schwarz, Columbus Circle, etc) and then see Grease at dd(17)'s high school.
3 Dr opts this week and nothing planned. We've been snowed in all weekend. Tomorrow dd has an opt for eye exam so probably hit the library on our way home and find something on ancient China to help with her project.