Welcome to another wonderful edition of the Carnival Of Homeschooling! I hope you enjoy each and every article as I did – make sure to forward this to all your friends so we can share the blessing!
Denise presents Beautiful Math: Visualizing Music posted at Let’s Play Math!.
Patrick Brett presents Why Traditional Schooling is a Terrible Idea | Patrick Brett posted at Patrick Brett.
Joe Taylor presents 12 Tips for Parents of Latchkey Kids posted at Live-Out Nanny.
Brittany Harris presents 24 Blogs Filled with Ideas on How to Motivate Your Kids to Finish the School Year Strong posted at NannyPro.com.
Kathy Davis presents Homeschooling? Oh! I Could Never Do That! posted at Life Verses.
Jeanne presents World Education At Its Best posted by SoulTravelers3. Travel and homeschooling go together perfectly! We’ve been traveling the world non-stop for almost 8 years ( to 45 countries on 5
continents on $23/day pp) to educate our child and give tips for “worldschooling”. We’re monolingual parents raising a fluent as a native trilingual /triliterate ( Mandarin/Spanish/English) and do piano and violin as we roam too.
Jamie presents Socialization? Seriously? posted at Time4Learning Community Blog
Christe presents Give It 2 Years posted at Aquinas Homeschool. This is one of my personal favorites because I think so many people give homeschooling a try and give up too soon.
Chareen presents HomeSchool Daily Schedules posted at Every Bed of Roses. A few thoughts on Homeschool Daily Schedules are they your servant or your master ? How do you get the best from them.
Henry presents Brain Development 101: Movement Matters posted at Why Homeschool. Janine shares some links to research on brain development in children.
Lisa presents Teaching Creatively : Hands on Projects posted at Golden Grasses. Various hands-on projects we do, as we teach creatively!
Annie Kate presents Choosing a New Spelling Curriculum posted at Tea Time With Annie Kate.
Karen presents My Essential Homeschooling Strategies posted at Homeschool Atheist Momma.
Chris presents Learning New Languages posted at Home School vs Public School.
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