Mi Students have fallin’ into the routine of their fall classes and our Mi Families schedule.
Mi Families (“my families”) LLC facilitates group classes and individualized tutoring programs for students of all ages.
From pregnant-parents to grand-parenting we facilitate parent workshops – as well as trainings for daycare providers and teachers.
We work with those who teach and care for children of all ages/stages, and offer classes for all ages/stages as well.
This week our littlest learners worked on developmental milestones through 1-on-1 services.
Our preschoolers and early elementary students joined us for ABC&123 smART class where we used art to reinforce core subjects.
In My World we also used art to learn school subjects, such as social studies and science, while exploring fall themes.
In all our classes we’re still getting to know more about each other through “All about Me, my Friends and Family” themes.
All students shared more about themselves and their families during our Wednesday classes at our Interlochen homeschool co-op.
Our co-op provides multi age classes where students of different ages/stages work together, like a family.
Like a family, or team, our older elementary and middle school/jr high work together through brain and body challenges in our Game On program.
Our jr high and high school students work as a team in our Hero Training program where we’re learning about safety 1st.
If you have a student in Hero Training please make sure they attend this week as we start our 1st aid lessons!
If you have a student in Game On please make sure you’re playing games with them at home encouraging sportsmanship.
If you have a student in our ABC123 smART class please review the letters A,B&C at home, as well as numbers 123.
In ABC123 smART we’ll also continue working our color recognition and start counting up shape sides.
We’ll use art and stories and music and movement in MY World next week as we continue learning about friends and families around the world.
In all our classes please dress according to the weather as sometimes we head outdoors for learning adventures.
Mi Families utilizes an “education through recreation” curriculum, which means even if we’re not outdoors we’re learning through fun and hands on activities.
Often these activities include painting, gluing, and using other messy materials so please dress appropriately to learn by making a mess!
Students in our programs will make a mess, make believe, and make memories, as they make new friends all semester long.
Students are encouraged to learn by using all their senses and all the supplies around them indoors and outside.
Students are encouraged to connect what they are learning about in the classroom with their studies at home.
If you need ideas on how to connect weekly topics at home feel free to email Christi@MiFamilies.com
Also feel free to email (or visit www.MiFamilies.com) if you’d like more information about these or other Mi Families programs.
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