Oh my lord! Dub is officially out of 1st grade at 1pm today, 6/14. I’ve been working on my 168 hours to schedule my work, his school work, play and field trips. Yes he’s getting school work, we have a membership at education.com and he’s going to keep doing something so he doesn’t forget what he’s learned.
His breakdown will consist of math, writing, reading, typing and maybe music. He likes reading so we’ll continue that during the summer, but, I’m upgrading him to harder chapter books. The class was also typing reports and I think typing may help him put thought to “paper” faster. Thus far all my sheets will come from education.com as well as the typing. The website has a typing “game” that will help with key strokes.
Music is a maybe, I haven’t decided if I should just let him mess with the piano, teach him a tune or teach him to read music. Regardless this is up in the air because he also love LEGOs and maybe I’ll have him build some things as a challenge. I found some LEGO challenges so we’ll see.
- Little Bin for Little Hands Lego Challenge Calendar
- Pinterest Lego Challenge
This last week of homework was a lot of double digits subtraction and addition along with algebra so I’ll be guiding him towards that with math.
I’m leaving my Tuesday and Thursdays as shopping days for my online sales. Usually I have a limited time to shop because I have to be home in time to pick Dub up from school. With him coming along he’ll 1) learn what I do during the day for our businesses 2) he can help me source what is “cool” with the kids that may be a potential item for the store. These days will also be for scheduling lunch appointments and networking. I do bring him to my networking events so he can learn how to network, meet people and discuss business.
I’m leaving Friday’s as our field trip days and more shopping, field trips will include eating destinations I’ve been wanting to stop by at like Churroholic! Now I have no excuse to skipping lunch, I have another body with me to feed.
Here is a list of places we may visit if my plans work out to schedule things.
- Mulligans (mini golf)
- Los Angeles Public Library
- Seaside Lagoon
- LA Zoo
- Exposition Park
- Dave and Busters
- Chuck E. Cheese
- Long Beach Aquarium
- Summer Movies – Regal, Cinemark
- Bowling – check out this site to see if your bowling alley is listed for kids bowling free.
- El Dorado Nature Center
- Sky Zone
- Bounce U
- Johns Incredible Pizza
- Santa Ana Zoo
- Discovery Cube Los Angeles or Orange County
Are you aware that you actually have 168 hours a week to accomplish anything and everything you want if you plan it right? Yeah neither did I until I picked up the audio book for Laura Vanderkam’s 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think*. See I gave you a tip right there, no time to read, listen to a book. As you can see above I am still working on it.
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