The idea behind the blog hop is "a photo album of a typical homeschooling day - no words." I'd love to explain the crazy behind the chaos but I'll just have to leave it up to your imaginations.
There is one cheater photo in the bunch. The picture of Edmund altar serving isn't actually from Ash Wednesday, but he did serve noon mass last week. My hands are pretty full when he serves. Even though I brought my camera last Wednesday, I didn't get the opportunity to use it.
Many thanks to Theresa of Ordinary Lovely and Micaela of California to Korea for hosting the See Me Homeschool blog hop and for inviting me to participate. Thank You!
To learn more about our homeschool journey, here is an interview I did for the How I Homeschool blog hop.
To learn more about homeschooling and dyslexia, here are some other posts I've written as part of a series I'm working on:
Catholic, Homeschooling, and Dyslexic: Diagnosis
Catholic, Homeschooling, and Dyslexic: Religion Class
This post is the one where our homeschool was born.
Be sure to check out the other See Me Homeschool participants! Today, you can also check out Erin's homeschool over at Seven Little Australians and Counting.