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Saturday, May 30, 2009

Our Weeks- How we do this

I should tell you how we do things in case you get confused by a mistake on my posts. For example this AM I posted under Dino Theme Box, "Yellow fabric for our blanket (to represent the sun)"...well you might have noticed there was no yellow fabric! OOPS!

Here's why that happened. I plan and we carry out our weeks TWO WEEKS before I actually post them to my blog. So the week while Dinos was being typed up, I was finishing Power/Energy Week and working Farm Week. LOL Confusing huh? Well, not for me.
So While I was finishing up my drafts for Dino Week I was starting drafts for Energy Week. And I slipped in the wrong fabric type.

Let me just say that I only draft blogs 2 weeks in advance with school stuff though. The reason blog this way with school stuff is that I want to stay on top of things and if I do daily blogging as it's going on, I won't or it'll cause my to be super mega stressed and I don't want blogging to be about that for me. I do happen to blog daily or nearly daily just random other stuff. None of that is drafted.

So, if you're reading this and you see a mistake LET ME KNOW! I don't always go back and read my stuff once it's posted. Today was a fluke. ;)





FOR MORE THEMED LINKS CHECK OUT THESE LABELS:
THEME/SCHOOL BOX- Our planned curriculum for the week
CRAFTivities -A photo walk through of our week
BOOK TREE- Our picks from the local library
FIELD TRIP- Theme related outings in Orange County, CA
COOKIE CUTTER LUNCH- Themed lunch using cookie cutters




2 JUICY LOVE NOTES:

Gabriele said...

LOL, you know...I have been kinda wondering why you were posting about Dino's when you told me you were gonna be working on Energy last week, lol!! I was SO confused :) I figured your DS was like Cheeky and just changed his mind about what he wanted to learn, lol!!!

pucktricks said...

I do the same thing of scheduling my school related posts for a week ahead, so I understand.

 
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