The Faithful Homeschool is hosting this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling.
The Foodie Army Wife is hosting this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling, which includes a classic slime recipe.
For a unit on early explorers, Learning Curve’s daughters constructed wooden ships, made maps of make-believe lands, built an astrolabe and cooked ships’ biscuits. (The recipe is included.) Mom couldn’t get them to try salted or dried fish.
Housekeeping offers a variety of pumpkin decorating ideas. She suggests using a drill to carve a pumpkin.
Homeschool Buzz has created artistic word clouds for this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling.
“This is going to be fun” is a “coercive statement,” argues Brave Writer. Maybe, in hindsight, learning about dependent clauses will turn out to have been fun. Maybe not. “No one wants to be required to enjoy a subject area.”
Golden Grasses is hosting this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling.
The Informed Parent is hosting this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling.
Once the kids can read and write, homeschooling is more like being a principal (and chauffeur) than a teacher, writes Janine on Why Homeschool.
Tiffany is hosting the Carnival of Homeschooling Chaos at As For My House.
Home School Dad, who’s hosting this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling, is starting a full-time job. His wife will work outside the house for another year. “Our 6th grader and 2nd grader will be attending public school this year, and our 9th grader will continue her studies at home through an on-line curriculum.”
When Homeschooling Ends also is the topic for Homeschooled Mom, whose two children will be in college in the fall.