The school year is winding down, and we have been planning our summer adventures. The kids have a half-day on Friday, then summer begins. I will then have a 4th grader, a 2nd grader, and a kindergarten-er. How can that be?!
Lovely days mean lots of outside time, even if it's just relocating for reading.
I've been busy with work and keeping up with the kids that my own reading has suffered. I'm thinking that summer will not afford much time to catch up.
Michael got first place in the math contest for school.
He also got a math award for being a Marvelous Mathematician. Jon was proud.
Speaking of awards, both Michael and Kate had perfect attendance this year. We're thankful for good health!
David has been getting ready for Kindergarten
We attended the Kindergarten Readiness Day at the CMoR Fredericksburg, and he got to do lots of fun things to help him get ready.
They had a really cool Lego display, and you can actually attend Lego camp. Fun.
They had a real teacher come and take the kids to Circle Time.
David got to do some math manipulatives. David LOVES numbers. He has been our latest one to read, but he has an intense love for numbers.
Practicing sitting on the bus
David is ready! Here he comes, Kindergarten!
Poor Kate had a really bad case of poison ivy. She was a tough girl, though, and she managed to suffer through and survive.
The kids are always getting special treats from Aunt Elizabeth and Uncle David. We have a special treat for the kids on the last day of school, which includes a trip to see them!