Grandma’s School #2

We started day 2 of Grandma’s School this morning by having Armon draw a picture to put with the story he wrote yesterday about motorcycles. So in the photo he’s working hard on his picture. Later we wrote another story about swimming. He drew a picture of a swimming pool to go with it. He’s going to have a nice book written by himself when we’re finished. He doesn’t know he’s writing a book!

He’s sitting at a school desk we’ve had since our own kids were kids! It’s been out in the pole barn for years. We asked Rob to bring it in, I cleaned all the cob webs off and washed it up. So he has his own desk to work at. It makes Grandma’s School a little more official!

I read Sylvester, The Mouse With the Musical Ear by Adelaide Holl to him. Armon loves music so this was a good story for him. He’s a musical kid!

We read a couple more stories in the Dick & Jane Primer. The stories are cute and he likes them. I need to make some flash cards before tomorrow so we can review the words from today and yesterday.

We looked at birds again. He’s becoming very interested in them.

We also went over some math flash cards. Oh my goodness…this kid is going to be a math whiz! He really surprised me!

He’s keeping me on my toes to come up with new ideas for every day. I don’t want him to get bored with Grandma’s School!


About allinadayofme

I can't believe I'm in old age! I'm now in my eighties! I'm a child of God, wife to one, mother to five, grandmother to 15 plus two granddaughters-in-law! I'm a great-grandma now! I'm a sister, aunt, cousin, friend and neighbor. I'm a housewife and former ESL tutor. I love reading and writing. I've just retired from writing and editing a newsletter, Prime Time News, for seniors. I love genealogy, traveling, birds and animals, blogging and taking pictures.
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2 Responses to Grandma’s School #2

  1. Ruth says:

    He looks so happy!


  2. allinthedayof says:

    Thanks, Ruth. Now if I can just keep him happy…and if I can just teach him to read.


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