Thursday, December 29, 2005

I Passed!

You Passed 8th Grade Science

Congratulations, you got 7/8 correct!
Could You Pass 8th Grade Science?

WooHoo! I actually remember something my teachers taught me. I'm feeling better about homeschooling my kids through the third grade now. Ha Ha!

7 comments:

praynlady said...

You are still young! haha When you get my age, you fear even looking at the tests and such! I am terrified to click on the link. Maybe after I've had a decent nights sleep I might try it! haha Can't wait to hear how your move in goes. I am so tired of packing and unpacking all by myself. It is a tough job and doing it alone and being handicapped does not make it easy nor fun! I was really looking forward to it but now I am just tired of it! Hope yours goes much easier! Will continue to pray for you and Terry.

EclecticCraze said...

:) good job!!

I too am homeschooling my kids. I have a son the same age are your oldest daughter.

Robin said...

eclectic craze: do you have a blog? i can't seem to get to it.

EclecticCraze said...

my blog is

http://eclecticcraze.blogspot.com/

feel free to check it out.

PEZmama said...

Robin, I spent waaaay too long taking those little quizzes at that site. Thanks for pointing that way. It was fun.

And, as a former science teacher, I am relieved to say that I got 8 out of 8. I would have been too embarassed to admit taking the quiz if I didn't.

PHEW!

Susie said...

I can't believe I passed. I feel like I guessed on most of them. I taught third grade before staying home with the kids so that may have helped a little. Are you really going to homeschool? That is wonderful. I tried it with my oldest for kinder but then went the public school route for 3 years. That was a mistake. Now all three kids are in Christian private and I love it. My husband will never get a new vehicle but its well worth it.

Robin said...

Now that we live in Dallas, and I'm not to thrilled wiht the public school system here, I have committed to homeschooling through 3rd grade. After that, we'll have to see. Hopefully we all love it so much we'll continue. The good news is (besides the birth, death and ressurrection of Jesus of course =), is that Dallas also has tons of private school options.