Thursday, January 22, 2009

Thor in School

Paula asked me what we're doing for school with my kitchen and breakfast room disruptions. Well, we stuffed a small table in the corner of the dining room. Of course, Thor still goes to school every day.
And, while neither his speech nor his reading abilities seem to have improved, nonetheless, he still studies his phonics.
Happy Thursday, and Happy Dogs on Thursday!

21 comments:

Tobi said...

Thor looks like a very studious student!

Lakeland Jo said...

You may have explained this before on your blog ( and I missed it) but if not, I was wondering what made you decide to homeschool? How does it work?
Fascinated of Windermere!

Tatersmama said...

Maybe Thor's just a quiet achiever!
And look on the bright side... You don't have to check his homework!

gaylen said...

I love it! I'm sure his reading has improved so much more than you know. He probably doesn't give the boys that tilted head sideways "what are you talking about" look anymore when they read to him. g

Paula said...

Looks like Professor Thor has back to back tough subjects of Phonics and Critical Thinking! Hope your weather is decent enough that your 3 students can get some outdoor recess in today! :-)

Channon said...

You know, if the Knight ever walks in while Thor's up and sees me gazing at Thor, my resistance against the big dog in our house will be futile...

Katherine Aucoin said...

I can see it all in Thor's eyes...he's got wisdom and that will get you further than phonics '-)

veedogknitter said...

What a wonderful tutor the boys have!

Pam said...

I love Thorsdays. That boy just makes me smile.

Charli and me said...

Thor is such a smart cookie! Sooo sweet. Happy DOT!

prairierunner said...

C'mon, why doesn't Thor have his own chair?

Pam said...

Of course Thor goes to school. Thor is a good boy.

Ann's Fashion Studio said...

What a great school companion :)
Wouldn't it have been nice to have gone through school with a Thor sitting beside you all day :) and my goodness I can't get over how he is such a big dog :)

Violin Mom said...

Thor likes phonics more than my son does. Little Son would be happy to supply Thor with another phonics book just like that one. We are going camping tomorrow, and will not be back until next Tuesday. However, I have eight ruby red grapefruits in a box in my fridge for you, if you are still interested by then. The shipping weight might be a bit high, though, because fruit is heavy. The grapefruits are organic. Email me if you are interested at billberna@bellsouth.net . Little Son will happily throw in the phonics book for free!

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Serendipity said...

Wow, he sure is a good student!

noble pig said...

He is going to be one smart dog!

monica said...

Thor gives school and studying a whole new dimension :o) I am sure noone gets bullied when he's around!

Anette said...

How lucky they are your sons, to have such a good friend close to them at school!

The Blonde Duck said...

Thor is such a studious pup.

Nichole said...

aww.. that last pic is adorable!