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Word For the Year 2017 – JOY

My word for the 2017 is Joy. Joy is defined as the emotion of great delight or happiness caused by something exceptionally satisfying. I can’t think of a more great word to have for the year.

The Beginner’s Bible – Zonderkidz Review

My daughter has been really into bible studies this last year. She has her own bible but it is a New King James Version and a little hard for her to understand. She was really excited to see The Beginner’s Bible from Zonderkidz. This is a perfect bible for kids ages 6 and under, however my daughter is 8 and is totally in love with this.

 

Reflecting on 2016

Homeschool Review Crew Reflecting on 2016
I cannot believe that 2016 has come and is just about gone. This year went by so incredibly fast. It was filled with ups and downs. I know 2017 will bring us some awesome things and I am already looking forward to the new year.

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Slider Frenzy

Slider

Do you like quick and easy meals? The quick and easy meals sure did come in handy the last few days. I have been on the mend from being sick the last two weeks. Our new favorite quick and easy dinners are sliders. I never knew how easy they were to make and just how yummy they tasted! Now I have to experiment and come up with some new ideas for sliders as these were such a hit!

Venison Burger Sliders

 

Venison Burger Sliders

1 lb venison hamburger

1/2 cup Italian bread crumbs

Transition Planning Timelines for Grades 8 – 12

I am to the point with my son where we are starting to focus on transitioning. I don’t know how far we will get, but time surely has all the answers. I have been struggling trying to figure out what he wants to do after high school. I am not even sure he really knows. I tried setting up different electives that he picked but then it just kind fizzled out on the interest. It’s been rather frustrating at times. I know I have mentioned a few times about the conferences at  Yippie. One of the things I found very handy was a Transition Planning Timeline. This has give me a new focus on how and what to put emphasis on. This can start as early as Grades 8 – 9.  The hand out I did receive I found to be very helpful. Most of you following my blog know that my son has autism and a cognitive disability. So this is something we are slowly starting to work on.

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