Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Carnival of Homeschooling #253: Singing a Happy Song Edition

This week's Carnival of Homeschooling takes its theme from a post submitted by Earnest Parenting, "Cooperation is Such a Joy."
"I’ve been a bit of a bummer lately I think, complaining about stress and a new school year and so on. So today?? Good news! I’m seeing some cooperation! We’re stopping for lunch shortly with almost everyone done with half their schoolwork. Several things have contributed to this happy state....I’m off to lunch, singing a happy song."
So what's everyone else singing a happy song about?


Crack the Egg presents List of Good Reads for Bad Days.

The Expanding Life presents Why Picture Books Matter.


Mumma's Place presents Fun with Phonics: "Some Phonic activities suitable for children struggling with learning to read especially with APD (Auditory Processing Delay)."


Our Curious Home presents Mask Making.

Life of a Redheaded Mama presents The Glittering Leaves of Fall. "My oldest daughter and I did a tree craft together."

Mothers of Boys presents So Simple Paper Art. (LINK FIXED) "If your son is like mine and doesn't like "crafts," he still might love this art project. Best thing--its free!"


Living Education presents a review of Rummikub - "a resource we use as a family to help with number recognition, colour recognition, logic, strategy and mathmatical skills."


Fisher Academy International presents Outdoor Hour Challenge #2: Geese... (or not).

Sage Parnassus looks at the stars in The "How I Wonder What You Are" Mood.

Baby Steps has a photo post of their Nature Study.


Corn and Oil presents The Concept of Community.

Mom Seriously presents Human Resources are Key For Homeschooling.  "Every homeschooling mom needs a few human resources she feels comfortable calling on when the going gets tough: a veteran homeschool mom, a mom who is right where she is, and a team of community advisors."


Day By Day in Our World presents Back to (home)school Bash!

Jacqueline's Jabberings presents Muncha! Muncha! Muncha!  "A celebration of a special moment and a shared secret as a result of reading and learning together at home."

Dewey's Treehouse presents Is November Dull? Nope.

Lips that Speak Knowledge looks at the relationship between love and effective homeschooling.


Blah, Blah, Blog asks if homeschooling is really Play, Play, Play All Day.

Parent at the Helm presents Trust the Feelings You’re Having about Your Child’s Education.

Our Life in Words presents Educational Philosophy. "Theresa explores various educational philosophies and how she is utilizing various aspects of different philosophies in her first year of homeschooling her daughters."

Barbara Frank Online presents Homeschooling for Free.  "The goal of homeschooling for free, especially at the high school level, is a foolish one if the only consideration is cost."

The Legacy of Home presents Homeschool Idea - Bible Treasure Box.

ParentDumb looks at Flexible Thinking.

Why Homeschool presents Free Kaplan ACT and SAT prep class. "Janine shares how to use Kaplan to help prepare your children for college."

Faithful With A Few presents The Proverbs 31 Woman – Are We Ready for Her? – Pt 1.

And that's the end of this edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling.
The next Carnival of Homeschooling will be hosted at The HomeSpun Life.
Submissions are welcome! Deadline is 6 p.m. PST on the Monday evening before each carnival.
Thanks as always to the Cates for continuing this carnival!


Nancy said...

What a cornucopia of posts! Thanks for putting it together so nicely. I look forward to reading all of the posts later today.

Jennifer in MamaLand said...

Thanks for this great list! Lots of great reading here.
If anyone's interested in participating in a Jewish homeschool carnival, I'm just rounding up posts for our second edition.

Barbara Frank said...

Looks like a lot of interesting posts---thanks for hosting the carnival and for including my post :)

Ruby said...

Thanks for joining me up. I have had a try but I do not know how to create a link! Sorry, here is the link to my post http://mummasplace.blogspot.com/2010/11/home-school-blog-carnival.html#comments

Alasandra said...

Looks like you have assembled a lot of interesting post. I am looking forward to reading them.

Amy LeForge said...

Wow, I'm so honored that my post was inspiring. Thanks very much!!

Jimmie said...

Found some great articles. Thanks!

Angela said...

Thanks for the carnival. I'm enjoying reading the posts.

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