Saturday, September 09, 2006

Out of My Comfort Zone

Our school year this far has been pretty, well, to be perfectly honest, boring. We've been at it for 6 weeks and I'm about to start banging my head against the wall. I have no idea how the kids are feeling, but nobody's having much fun around here. And really, what's the point of homeschooling if you can't have some fun.

So, I'm doing something I said I would never do. We're doing a Konos unit study. My friend Heather is a Konos fanatic, but I have been resisting. It just seemed like so much work. And it may very well be. But, something has got to change. So, we're off on a new adventure.

We're going to be doing the Attentiveness study, mainly because that's the same one Heather is doing and she can hold my hand through it. We'll be starting with sound, ears, and music. It also includes frontiersmen (including a Lewis & Clark study), animal tracking, and Indians. If the first part goes well, we'll continue with that.

I'm nervous, but also excited.

I'll keep you posted on how it goes. (Really. I will.)

3 comments:

RANDI said...

Sometimes a change is just what is needed to get rid of the blahs. So far, so good this year for us. No complaints from the kids, anyway! ;)

Sprittibee said...

"Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated."

This is two of four.... signing off....

;)

Rhonda said...

randi - You're right. Mixing it up occasionally is good for the soul. :)

sprittibee - You just couldn't resist, could you? Thanks for all your help with this, friend. We're having a great time this week. :)