Saturday, January 31, 2009

What we do.

Lately you've been seeing a lot of congratulations posts about completions of levels and books. In our homeschool, what we do when someone finishes a level, or meets a goal, or completes a unit or something like that, is that I print out a certificate and then we hang them on the child's bedroom door to celebrate their accomplishment.

There are many websites where you can print out some custom certificates. Here are my favorites:

One of the nice things about doing things this way, is that I can put the certificate of completion in the portfolio of the kid, and so it acts as a record of their progress.

More congratulations

Congratulations to Three of Hearts! She finished Singapore level 1A yesterday with a 100% on her final exam! It looks like we have another mathematician in the family.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Woot! Congratulations Deuce!

Congratulations to Deuce. She has done the final revision in Singapore Math 3B, and passed! This means she is "graduating" to the next level, Singapore 4A. What this means is that she has mastered equivalent fractions, time, money, distance, measurement, charts & graphs, and can now figure out the area and perimeter of a quadrilateral.

Congratulations Deuce!!