We've finished our math, finished our grammar, finished our history, finished our science, and we're all done, but the testing, which I can do on my own time. I was going to try to wrap that up this week, but with having guests today, tomorrow, Thursday, and on the weekend, I think we'll wait until next week.
I did do one thing today... reading assessments. A homeschooling friend recommended the McCall Crabb series, (and I found them used, at the homeschool sale last year), so we went through those today. I had the boys do six exercises each and averaged their scores. (They have three minutes to read a selection and answer eight multiple-choice questions.)
So, this is my "bragging mom" moment:
Wyatt (finishing 6th grade) tested at 8.2, which may be low, because he finished his tests, with time to spare, and had all answers correct. But he was not interested in doing more tests to up his score, so I was happy to leave it.
Tate (finishing 4th grade) tested at 6.3, also a very happy place to be.
And Gunnar, (finishing 1st grade), tested at 4.5!
Whether or not the tests are wholly accurate, I don't know, but I'm proud of the boys :0) And, anyway, it'll give us a baseline to compare to next year.