Classroom schools here don't open until September, but some homeschoolers I know have already started.
I don't want to go into what the classroom schools do/don't right now.
2. Something you still do 'old school'?
Hang clothes up to air-dry.
Wait for Mr. Fixit to unlock the passenger door, because our car doesn't have power door locks.
3. One lesson you've learned in the 'school of life'?
Read the fine print.
4. When you were in school did you pack a lunch or buy a lunch? Your favorite thing to see on the lunch menu or inside your lunchbox back in the day?
When we were in elementary school, most of us walked home at lunchtime unless there was choir practice or some other activity. In high school I usually packed a lunch but sometimes bought pizza in the cafeteria--the school wasn't near any place to buy other food, and we weren't supposed to leave the school anyway until that so-privileged final year.
When we did take lunches in grade school, my mother used to get creative with cream cheese and maraschino cherry sandwiches.
5. August is National Family Fun Month. Tell me something fun you’ve done this month.
Went off for a couple of planned-at-the-last-minute days out with Mr. Fixit.
Bought some Bernat Blanket yarn to make a throw for our couch. The yarn has a very newfangled cushy fleece feel to it, so I suppose you could say that's old-school crocheting with a new twist.
6. Insert your own random thought here.
Reading is like an all-you-can-eat pizza buffet. When you think you've cleaned your plate, you wander back up and they've added something new to try.