My son was very pleased when I made this very personalized (to his interests) worksheet for him. I should do this again. This was way back in September!
I think of things like this, when people say you can homeschool for free. Well, you really can’t, BUT I did start homeschooling with only what I had on hand, and I started just like this. I started by making home made worksheets, by hand, with paper and a pencil. It worked out great. Sometimes, I go back to that, although it is easier just to grab a ready made worksheet from each subject, for each of my kids, and put it in the file folder labeled “for tomorrow.”
I made this 2nd set because my daughter had mastered the 1st set I made. She did very well and I am afraid she will breeze through it, soon. I went to thehelpfulgarden.blogspot.com to find out what to do next. I printed a bunch of stuff. I cut some of it out. I need more white printer cardstock now. I use so much for montessori stuff. I love the montessori method. It seems to work, even though I don’t follow it fully.
I also decided we’ll do 2 pages in our Discover The Book of Mormon Books, each day, instead of 1. I feel we are moving too slowly through it. I love it. It teaches the kids so much and teaches me so much, too. It rocks. I highly recommend it.
I have decided to stop posting homeschool stuff on Facebook, except for other homeschool families to see. I think people get the wrong impressions about homeschool, and I’d rather give them no impressions at all, than the wrong ones.
Client Representative: Kenyon Dove, President (at the time), Weber County Bar Association
Client: Weber County Bar Association
Kenyon spoke with me, and presented my designs to the group, which voted on which they liked best. We ended up with this “Mount Ben Lomond” logo. He also got his say on the font design specifics & color specifics.
Client: Matthew Nebeker, Attorney at Law, Layton, UT
I made the d, u, and i and attorney, red, so they’s stand out, and so that viewer can read “duo attorney.”
I put his name there to identify him more strongly, and so that he wouldn’t be confused with other DUI attorneys. I made the letters lowercase to bring him “down to earth” so that potential clients will trust him and feel that he is “on their level” and they can feel he is a trusted friend who is a good listener. I used red because Matt fights for his clients “fiercely, like a tiger.”
“Ogden Temple, November of 2010” linocut, ed. 3/40 by Lisa C. Jackson, 2012 email@example.com -Prints are $82.70 including sales tax.