Here is what is happening at IOS..Our 8 baby chicks are now two weeks old, old enough to be cuddled. It is amazing to me how much more they eat than the 3 we hatched last spring!
It is finally warm enough to have outside classes again, which is what I live for.
The creek and the woods are still cool at the end of the day. Our time in the woods is sacred to us and is still our favorite part of the day.
As we come closer to the end of the semester, our sewing class is completing their pajama bottoms project.
All the reading, writing, arithmetic, independent studies and nature studies continue as we move through each week. Kayla's class is deep into the mysteries of the universe, Rachel's French class members are writing pen pal letters to new friends in France, Tara's students are graduating from from sentences to paragraphs. We have a new oak tree sapling planted in honor of Arbor Day and Tom is happy because we have a new chain saw. By the way, he walked 5 miles mowing the grass last Tuesday! In gratitude for all of this, Deborah