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Afterschooling: Family Time


Our after school activity time this week focused on family! My kids really enjoyed spending time with my Grandma, aunt, cousins, and their second cousins (my cousin’s kids), as well as my sister and her family! We are still staying with my grandma, and the kids aren’t in school, although they are very happy to do a fair bit of schoolwork, in addition to multiple visits to the local library:


How was your week? What learning activities did you enjoy?

Link up your afterschooling activities below – and check out these activities that I loved from last week’s linky:

afterschool linky

2013 After School Party HOSTS

The Educators’ Spin On It
Afterschool for Smarty Pants
Boy Mama Teacher Mama
Coffee Cups and Crayons
Little Wonders’ Days
Mama Smiles
Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational
The Measured Mom
This Reading Mama
What Do We Do All Day

Happy Afterschooling! :)

MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

12 thoughts on “Afterschooling: Family Time”

  1. Looks like everyone is having a blast! How wonderful to be able to stop over with family on your way West.

  2. Are you already settled in California? That’s awesome if your family is nearby your new home. Nothing better than having folks nearby (or at least driving distance) for company.

  3. Family is so so so important. We learn so much from our elders. Yeah, sometimes you have to filter through “the stuff”, you know. I have learned so many invaluable lessons. I still remember spending time with my grandmother – still hear the sounds, taste the pepper…lots and lots of pepper! Haha!

    Anyway, family time is so important, not only to kids growing up, but also for adults. Family love is like nothing else.

    Thanks for sharing.

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