He is passionate about pretty much anything related to computers, even taking it to levels of extreme geekiness and learning to code while "playing" games.
|Creeper in the house!|
We are behind where I hoped to be with the science curriculum, but Cullen takes so many side trips following his own interests in all thing science and technology that I really have no complaints. Setting up and maintaining a thriving tropical fish aquarium and snap circuit projects have been the biggest of these.
All other subjects are moving along pretty much as planned. Math is painless as long as problems can be worked out on the whiteboard. That $30 board and the packs of colored markers may be the best homeschooling investment I've made to date.
This week, all academics were interrupted by weather. I am so thankful we did not end up trapped in the traffic nightmare that locals are referring to as Snowmageddon or Snowpocalypse. (My adult daughter did have an 11.5 hour commute home from work Tuesday night, but made it safely.) Cullen has grown so much and so quickly this year that he ended up wearing MY ski pants and MY snow boots to go out for fun in the snow! Looking at this picture, I see those are MY gloves, too!
I am not so mean that I insist on schoolwork when every other kid in the neighborhood is hooting and squealing as they slide down the hill that begins in front of our house. This happens too rarely here in Georgia to miss the chance for this kind of fun!
Photo by neighbor, Tim Dahnke