Packin' Up + GIVEAWAY {with The McGrew Crew}

The end of the school year, whether public, private or home school, is always a good time to reflect on what worked and didn't work with your students. As a home school teacher it usually means evaluating the style of curriculum I'm using and see what needs to be changed for the following year. I will spend the summer reflecting and researching before making my final curriculum and workbook purchases for the upcoming school year.

Even though we home school, for the most part, we follow a regular school schedule. I pack up all papers and workbooks we've completed throughout the year by binding all papers together, slapping a name/grade on top and filing it in each child's file box. I don't keep EVERY paper we do, but I do hang on to several, especially fun projects, tests, etc.

We (mostly) call it quits for the summer. But, I do put together a review binder that we work on 1-2 times a week to try and avoid the summer slide. It's also a great time to finish up curriculum that we weren't able to during the year. Click HERE to get a free sample of my Summer Activity Pack!
I also like to encourage reading throughout the summer with a fun reading chart. Click on the pictures below to get these awesome FREE reading charts!

I also LOVE this Summer Reading Challenge by The Measured Mom!


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