Good morning, Destinay has three more worksheets that she needs to do to be done for the Christmas break. Kids in Rhode Island last day is Friday and they go back to school January 2, 2014. In Rhode Island we have we have an attendance requirement, which I don't follow to the exact extent that they say but not that far off either, I mean to have Destinay sitting down doing academics 5 hours per day isn't going to work. I give her assignments, and when she is done then she is done. Last week I gave her about 20 worksheets to do from the different subjects I am legally required to teach her, and now she has 3 left. I told her when you finish them you are done with academics for the year. Now here is my question, how can I keep her learning through the holiday? I am mostly concerned with Math, multiplication, adding and subtracting. In January I want to start division. I also want to keep her reading. All I can think of is Destinay cooking with me. I am done my Christmas shopping, and she knows that, she doesn't believe in Santa Clause, so there will be no letters. We can work on the budget, but as far as anything else I'm clueless. So any help is appreciated, have a nice day.
on Dec. 18, 2013 at 7:41 AM