First Day Of Homeschool Co-op

Our first day of co-op.

Everyone clean.

New clothes.

Perfect Backpacks.

Everyone has their snack.

Lets hope it continues.

This year we are homeschooling 12th grade, 9th grade, 7th grade, 3rd grade, K5 and K4… We also hope to add our little preschooler to our crazy crew by the end of the year if not then, early next year.

I have no idea why these photos are out of order but I can’t fix it!:) enjoy!

My sweet, first born Chloe Jade is a senior this year!! Days are filled not only with regular school work to get her diploma, working around 25 hours at a local restaurant, playing soccer, piano lessons but with college applications, scholarship applications, SAT and ACT prep!!!
She is growing up! And we are so proud of the woman she has become!

At Co-op this year Chloe is taking:
Industrial Revolution
Character building

My sweet Blakey is in high school! Loving being an official high schooler and platings soccer. He will be 14 next week and I couldn’t be prouder.
At co-op this year, Blake is taking:
Character Building
Bio Lab



My baby boy is Growing up!! Paul is 8 years old and in the 3rd grade! He is thriving this year! School comes a tad too easy to Paul so he gets bored easily. He will be starting violin on monday. He is loving the harder co-op classes this year!
PA history
Apologia Botany

My sweet Camye is 12 years old and in the 7th grade!! She is also starting violin on Monday! She was not all that excited about starting coop… But had a great day!
She is taking:
Crime Stoppers
Industrial Revolution


My sweet little Mia.. Sporting her new ‘do’ will be taking
Letters and Numbers
Before 5 in a Row


My sweet Avah girl has changed so much this year! She is learning her letters and numbers! And is able to learn!! She will begin violin lessons on Monday as well. She is in class with Mia and is also taking:
Letters and numbers
Before 5 in a row

Hope you have a wonderful school year! God bless!

Large Family Homeschooling Organization- Part 1 Logs


Logs….okay after 13 years of home schooling…I hope I have figured out a plan that works for us.
I have purchases the expensive planners… The more detailed planners..the cheapest planners.. And the one thing I need in a planner/ log keeps is squares. So the Target $1 lesson plan books work perfect for each child. We have to log 180 days in Pennsylvania.

For my 3rd grader and up to my 12th grader… I have made lesson plans for the first 30 days… After that my 7th, 9th and 12th grader will be responsible for writing down what they are doing each day. I will continue writing my 3rd graders log/daily plans/lesson plan until he is in 7th grade.


Why yes.. It took me 2 whole days to write these plans.. But they are done!