Lots and lots of fun and laughter,
1 "FDGB" (fall down go boom).
Funniest moment of the day: all the moms sitting around the patio talking, and the kids playing behind the barn. One boy came running up for a drink of water, then stopped and addressed us all, with his hands spread out in front of him,
"Just so you know, we're playing a game that involves a whole lot of yelling. But everyone is having fun."
Fabulous. Thanks for the heads up. Because with 21 kids yelling at the same time, it can be hard to tell.
But on to my little ankle-biters...
In honor and recognition of Wyatt Chase ***, who has successfully completed the 6th grade. He is an energetic learner, specializing in photography, movie making, creative writing, cartooning, explosives, and occasional blogging. Wyatt has completed 6th grade studies in: Bible, math, science, Grammar, Logic, History of the Middle Ages, Writing, and Sign Language. He has also finished his first section of Piano Lessons. Wyatt is a critical thinker who is always looking for ways to be more efficient (ie to get more done with less effort and time)… so he can get OUTSIDE!
In honor and recognition of Tate Andrew ***, who has successfully completed the 4th grade. He is curious and eager learner, an intuitive thinker, and specializes in Zoology – especially tadpoles, Northern Alligator Lizards, butterflies and moths, as well as Military Strategy (historical and contemporary - Dino-opolis). Tate has completed 4th grade studies in: Bible, math, science, Grammar, Logic, History of the Middle Ages, Writing, and Sign Language. Tate is a very sequential and passionate learner who is self-motivated… so he can get OUTSIDE!
In honor and recognition of Gunnar Scott ***, who has successfully completed the 1st grade… and part of the 2nd. He is an imaginative thinker who has mastered reading (!), aces Logic Puzzles, and excels at expressing himself… sometimes rather dramatically. Gunnar has completed 1st grade studies in: Bible, math, science, Grammar, Logic, History of the Middle Ages, Writing, and Sign Language. Gunnar is an eager and inquisitive thinker who enjoys creating imaginary worlds. He quickly finishes his work… so he can get OUTSIDE!