Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Workbox Wednesday ~ Link-up

Workbox Wednesday

Each Wednesday I post what we have in our Workboxes. So I don't overwhelm myself I alternate each week with Preschool, K/1st grade, 6th grade and our family workboxes.

This week I am featuring Ladybug's K/1 Workboxes:

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First, she will do her Calendar and Journal.
Next, is Chores and Religion (Enoch) as a Family.
Then, Mathletics.
And, WriteShop A.
Finally, You Can Read.

*I don't have a lot of guidelines for the link-up. All I ask is that you post the Workbox Wednesday button or mention Workbox Wednesday and link back here. This will help others who are looking for workbox ideas. Thank you!

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8 comments:

  1. Hi there!  Following from the TOS Crew. . . I'm curious to see more about your workboxes, I've always wondered if that was a system that would work for our family!

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  2. AdventuresinHomeEducatingJuly 6, 2011 at 9:35 AM

    Thanks for following! Check back often for workbox stuff...the link-up is fairly new and I am hoping it will take off...I love to see how others are using workboxes! Have a great week!

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  3. Hello!  Stopping in from the TOS crew.  I love your workbox system.  I set up one this year that I love.  I hadn't realized how much I was frustrating my daughter until we tried this new system.  Smooooth sailing!  I'm a new follower!  Yay!

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  4. AdventuresinHomeEducatingJuly 7, 2011 at 11:40 AM

    Welcome Stephanie! I hope you will link-up your workboxes and share with us! I really love workboxes...they are a lifesaver!

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  5. Oh! I did it, but I can't edit it...I wish I had put Swinging On Small Hinges instead of my name!  I will be glad to do this on Wednesdays!  I'm making a note of it...I added the button to my blog!  

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  6. AdventuresinHomeEducatingJuly 7, 2011 at 12:13 PM

    Thank you! I am new to the link-up hosting so I will see if I can edit it
    for you! Glad for you to join us! The more the merrier! :)

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  7. I'm always interested in how others are using workboxes.

    My kids are close in age, so they do a lot of schoolwork together.  However, their interests and ability levels are starting to change, so I need to plan some different activities for them this fall.  I'm thinking workboxes will make it easier for me to plan two different programs!

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  8. AdventuresinHomeEducatingJuly 9, 2011 at 7:15 PM

    Thanks for stopping by Sparklee! Stop by anytime...we love our workboxes here! :)

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