Carnival of Homeschooling where home school families share their homeschool wisdom with us from all over the world via their blogs.
Carnival of Homeschooling was started by the Cate Family over at Why Homeschool and has been a tremendous source of home school support and information.
This Week . . .
Marcy from over at Ben and Me shares E is for Everyday Epistles. . You too can become a walking epistle! Memorize the entire book of Philippians in 28 weeks!
How We Use Stuffed Animals In Our Homeschool over at A Slice of Homeschool Pie. Read about how this family use stuffed animal toys to create a happy learning environment in their day to day school activities. Yes Mom plays too :)
3rd and 4th Grade Grammar and Spelling---How We Do It for Free! Susan from over at Homeschooling Hearts & Minds explains how she is doing 3rd and 4th grade language arts for free, the philosophy behind it, and links to free resources so others can follow a similar path.
Lisa Marie from over at The Canadian Homeschooler is sharing some thoughts on Bullying Awareness Week. A full list of resources and information for you can be found here.
Cristi from over at Through the Calm and Through the Storm is sharing This Year's Favorite Crew Review Items. Christi has a show and tell of their families top ten products and why they are still using them.
52 Homeschool Tips for Every Homeschooler – #27 Use Bath Time as Learning Time Tawnee is doing a series on Homeschool Tips for Every Homeschooler over at Adventures in Homeschooling and todays tips covers Bath time learning.
Crystal shares all about her families Our Sugar Cube Castle! Homeschool Fun! over at Crystal Starr Blog. See the process and adventures to be had building a Sugar Cube Castle.
Homeschooling and the What If game by Janine Cate over at Why Homeschool. She shares because we, as homeschoolers, have a nearly endless supply of educational options, it can be very hard to be satisfied with our choices.
Delight-Directed Learning, Part 1: Pitfalls We have been learning in a delight-directed way for over a decade and a half, and we've been fallen into some common pitfalls. Once you know what they are, you can more easily avoid them.
Barbara from over at Barbara Frank online shares some thoughts this week One response to the question, "How many hours a day do you homeschool your kids?" in her post How Many Hours?
Julie from over at Highhill Education shares some great resources for a Rome Unit Study - Government and Military. Please join us each week as we continue to learn about Ancient Rome through books, videos and activities. At Highhill Education we believe kids learn best when they are having fun. We do lots of entertaining and education activities which support this philosophy.
Bill of Rights 7th, 8th,9th &10th Amendments.
Sarah over at Mustard Seed Mommy shares An Introduction to Tot School this week. This post is an intro on how Mustard Seed Mommy's family has introduced tot school into their day to day life.
Katherine from over at No Fighting, No Biting shares some thoughts on children learn at their own paceand what to do with extra-curricular activities when a child is in multiple grades?
Suzie from over at Suzie's Home Education Ideas shares about the different learning activities her son has been doing to learn about fractions. 10+ ways to play with Fractions contains links to FREE printable resources to help your children learn fractions.
Kate from over at The Alternative Family introduces us to …The ‘Grow-Learn-Go’ Series a free book for your Kindle.
Bernadette over at the Barefoot Hippie Girl shares some thoughts on What to Do When You Run Out of Fuel
Lucinda from over at Navigating By Joy shares some great resources on Hands-On Russian History
Thank you for visiting the carnival this week may you be as encouraged as I have been reading what has been shared.
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