After waking up around 7 a.m., I quickly get ready for another satellite school day at home. Then I meet my little brother Jackson in the kitchen downstairs for a delicious breakfast. My cute, white, fluffy dog, Langston greets me at my feet, and I give him his daily vitamin.
7:30 a.m. After I get dressed for the day, I fix my pancakes or waffles. I sit down to eat and watch the Disney channel until time to start school.
8 a.m. I start my math which I get done at 10
a.m. For math, I go online to work on ThinkCentral.
Next, I start on my English school work. Right now we are reading a book written by Jean Craighead George called My Side of the Mountain. It’s about a boy who runs away to the mountains.
It is very exciting, and I enjoy reading it. I also do my grammar, writing, and spelling assignments.
10 a.m. I start my history at ten and finish at 11 a.m. I sometimes go online to the Pearson website for history.
11 a.m. At eleven I work on science in my interactive notebook. In my interactive notebook, I do smart starts for Mrs. Dawson.
Then, after English and Math, it’s time for lunch!
Jackson and I enjoy our delicious food while watching an educational video.
One of my daily responsibilities is walking my dog, Langston. I love getting a break from my school work and getting fresh air.
Almost everyday I see some kind of wild life. Anything from a deer, to a lizard, or just a simple insect excites me.
Noon At twelve, I have my lunch until 12:30 p.m.
12:30 p.m. I start English and work until 2:30.
2:30 p.m. I finish school and go outside and some days I either go to tennis lessons or to the golf course.
Now it’s time to continue with my school work. Around this time, my mom helps me with my history assignments.
Currently, we are learning about how settlements take root, and we have been talking about pirates, famous monarchs, and Native Americans. I am definitely enjoying it!
Today, Mom had to take Jackson to a doctor’s appointment, so I stayed home with my dad. I am now doing my science assignment, and he is helping me with it.
It’s time for my favorite time of day, cheer! Because I only have one hour of cheer each week, my coach, Mrs. Meyer sends out videos of the cheers that we need to learn, so we are more prepared for our games.
5:30 p.m. I have dinner at home or at a resturant.
6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. I play and watch TV.
9:30 p.m. I end my day when I go to bed.