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My darling students are all in second grade together. It’s quite a treat to be able to school them all at the same time in the same subjects. Though it’s challenging in it’s own way, because it’s hard to remind myself to let the math whiz go ahead or to let my little story teller weaver her magic even though she really should be finishing up those sums… Well, here they are:
That’s Sarah. She’s a sweet little thing full of stories and imagination. The world is her stage and she weaves a rich tale around even the most mundane daily activities. Her creative spirit makes learning history with her quite a delight, as she helps make the stories come alive.
That’s Josie. She is a darling who manages to manipulate complex numbers and operations in her head without ever being told how. Her sisters get a little jealous of her at math time. She is also very proud of her missing front teeth!
And there’s Katie. She is a deliberate girl who carefully considers every source of information before moving forward. She has intense concentration which allows her to manage even her most difficult subjects.
And last, but certainly not least of all, is our Anna. She is nearly 2 years old now, though I feel like that can’t possibly be correct. Yes. It is. I just checked the calendar. She is a ball of energy (can you tell it’s hard to get a non-blurry shot of her?) and she loves to be included in school time. She has managed to glean all kinds of information and skills just from hanging out with us during our more formal school hours. She may be getting a little bit of special “school” time from us this year, but I’ve made no real plans about that yet. I’m thinking she might have “read with a sister” time.
Well, there are our students this year. Do you like the 2nd grade pictures? Come back tomorrow for a special freebie. All you’ll need is a frame and you’ll be able to take a similar picture of your sweet homeschooler, and you can repeat the same type from Kindergarten through 12th grade! Won’t your high-schooler be so pleased with you! lol
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Sandra Modersohn is a devoted wife, mother, and homeschooler. She loves great graphic design and has a passion for creating beautiful and useful printable materials for children. Little Learning Lovies where she shares her creations with the world. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter, Pinterest and, of course, at the Little Learning Lovies Blog and Store.