Alyona is working with a therapist on life skills as with school. All my kids have to write in a journal everyday, do two current events a week, 1 book report a month and two country reports a month and they all have spelling tests each week. English varies for each of them. Right now, we entered a new subject for science. Dumb of me to do on a short week so probably so forget it and start Monday after Thanksgiving. We have studied rocks, volcanoes, earthquakes, earth layers, etc. this semester. Doing solar system now. This whole year is Earth Science for them. History we studied Ancient Egypt and are now going to be entering the Middle Ages next I believe. For art, Pinterest projects here and there. In the spring, we'll study some of the great artists.
My kids do 4-H club, meet ups w/ other homeschoolers and church activities as well. We'll add sports this coming semester. The boys work for neighbors here and there if school work is done. I w3ant to do more with them. We'll get there. Mine learn differently and I need to recognize that. But, Nik is reading, Summer is starting to do addition on her own, Sofie can say the alphabet and count, Alex is progressing way more than I thought so truly not doing too badly I suppose.
The other day, we got pizza from the Book It program from Pizza Hut as the kids have met their reading goals. They read every day first thing when they get up and read at bed time too.