Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Virtual Homeschool Co-Op #4: Homeschool Emergency Plan
VHC Assignment #4: What is your homeschool disaster plan?
This will be pretty short because I have not thought of having an emergency plan in place as far as homeschool is concerned.
1. Do you have a 72-hour kit that is your go to homeschool supplies?
I don't exactly have a kit prepared, but our school/office supplies are organized in plastic drawers and baskets, so if I had to grab and go I could easily grab them and those are the supplies I'd want to save. They contain pencils, markers, colored pencils, glue, scissors and dry erase markers, pens, highlighters, paper clips, stapler and staples. I'd also grab the Math-U-See blocks that sit on top of one of the sets of plastic drawers.
2. What are the natural disasters that you prepare for?
The only disaster I've ever thought to plan for is tornado. The kids know to grab their pillows and hit the hallway closet should we ever need to take cover. I've not thought of any other disasters to prepare for.
3. Do you have a kit that lets them work to keep the feeling normal?
I do not, but this is something to think about for future reference. :-)
4. What are your most loved and faithful books that are your treasures that you feel you cannot loose?
I would hate to lose any of our books, the book-lover that I am! However, there are a few that I would need to save. I would hate to lose the few Christian Heroes: Then and Now books that I have collected. I would not like to lose our Millers Series books nor the dictionaries and encyclopedia sets we have. Above all those, the books I'd save first are the old hymnals we have and my study Bible.
Thank you VHC for these questions b/c this is now on my mind to think about and put an emergency plan in place.