So, did I steal this from you last year? I don't even remember. I should be ashamed. Plan to do the same this year! Your students look so cutesy!
Beautiful girls! We haven't started school for the fall here yet, but I had wanted to do a picture like yours with the grade numbers - thanks for reminding me!!
Love it! They look so much older, both of them!
CUTE~ I have a 7th grader, 4th grade, and Pre-K! Love this week's blog hop! Thank you for sharing.
What sweet girls! Thanks for introducing them. Hope you have a lovely week!
Cute pictures! I am now following your blog & look forward to seeing more of your school year!
Cutie patootie! I'm trying to get my school pics done here this week too.
So cute! I love the number ideas!
I love the number idea too!I have a 5th grade daughter. I will be back to 'visit'.Have a great 2010-2011 year!!Karenhttp://homeschoolgirls.net
Oooh, I LOVE this idea! I am going to steal it!
I don't really think of my girls in terms of grade level - that varies across different content areas - but this is a really cute idea. And your girls are adorable. I'm at #7 on this week's list if you want to pop on over there. :^)
Hi, Brenda. Thanks for visiting my blog. I just wanted to respond to your question about my daycare clients thoughts on homeschool. Yes, they're public school teachers, but one is a believer and so wholeheartedly supports it; the other family probably thinks I'm a little weird (lol - I am!), BUT they love having their daughter in a small home setting...and their girl is WAY "ahead" of same-aged peers cognitively so I know they're happy. They could have put her in K4 in public schools this year and saved a bunch of money, but they chose to keep her with me (I'm doing a homeschool K4 with her and the other girl, but it's essentially akin to private school tuition they're paying). Now each family is expecting a new baby...so I get to repeat with their new little ones. :^)
LOVE holding their grades in hand!Happy homeschooling to you all with prayers of a blessed year! Catherine Anne
I don't get to talk to a lot of actual grown-ups during the day, so your comments make me really happy! :)