Homeschooling is not easy to begin with, but the reward at the end of each day is priceless. This morning didn't go exactly as I had planned, but it went. Then we had a few really good hours, very productive. My middle son, who last year, loved to buck everything is starting to show a lot of perseverance. Of course, the time I did over react, was my fault. He was doing his cursive copywork, and wanted to show me it. I was in the middle of something else, so he went over to build Lincoln Logs with his younger brother. I assumed he had finished. You do know what they say about the word "assume". When I looked at it, he was not even half finished, I kind of got after him for leaving the table without finishing his work. He just wanted to show me how well he was writing, he stormed up the stairs, I felt absolutely horrible. The cursive was impeccable, for just learning. An apology was issued and due praise was given.
The rest of our day, I decided would flow better if we were a bit more relaxed. We still did all of our lessons, especially the core lessons. Math, Grammar, English, were all finished and we even managed to work in Science and History. Which by the way, we are loving the U Read Thru History program!
For me, homeschooling can be hard, it is always rewarding, but with PMS it is an all out roller coaster ride. How do you deal with PMS during your school day?