Carnival of Homeschooling

Why Homeschool is hosting this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling, which honors Eliza Doolittle Day.

Carnival of Homeschooling

Why Homeschool is hosting the Carnival of Homeschooling, which is celebrating its 8th anniversary.

Carnival of Homeschooling

It’s the eighth anniversary of the Carnival of Homeschooling, writes Henry Cate of Why Homeschool. He’s posted the 419th edition, plus “a bit more” on the carnival.

You can’t do it all — and that’s OK, blogs HomeGrown Mommy.

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.

Carnival of Homeschooling

Why Homeschool is hosting this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling. Being Flexible is the theme.

Carnival of Homeschooling

It’s the seventh anniversary — and the 366th edition — of the Carnival of Homeschooling. Why Homeschool, the carnival’s founder, has dedicated this new year’s edition to hope.

I hope for a revival of the Carnival of Education. Does anyone have the time to take the lead?

Carnival of Homeschooling

Why Homeschool is hosting the change edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling as the oldest child prepares to turn 18 and be “graduated” and the youngest to start kindergarten.

Kris shares lessons she’s learned in 10 years of homeschooling at the wonderfully named Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers. (Her kids even have the T-shirt.)

Carnival of Homeschooling

Why Homeschool is hosting the sixth anniversary of the Carnival of Homeschooling.  Congratulations! Six is practically a silver anniversary in the world of blogging.

Carnival of Homeschooling

For the Memorial Day edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling, hosted by Why Homeschool,  Crazy Homeschool Mama contributes F is for Freedom.

Carnival of Homeschooling

Why Homeschool is hosting the fifth anniversary of the Carnival of Homeschooling, one of the longest running weekly blog carnivals. The 262nd carnival is organized around quotes from the movie The Princess Bride, which starts with the grandfather saying: “When I was your age, television was called books.”

William Goldman, author of The Princess Bride, grew up in my hometown.

Carnival of Homeschooling