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Homeschooling Blog Carnival Is Ready for You!

This week's Homeschooling Blog Carnival is called "Thanks for the Inspiration," and it can be found at Notes from a Homeschooling Mom. Here you'll find lots of good reading, organized under headings such as "Teaching and Learning," "Projects," "Encouragement," "Homeschooling and Money," "Resources," and "Things to Think About." Parent at [...]

Homeschooling Blog Carnival

Homeschooling Blog Carnival "And the carnival? It went right out of my head some time between the screaming and wailing in the x-ray room (the baby cried, too), the police escorting a drunk driver in the hall, and the poor woman in the bed on the other side of the curtain  in our room who was strapped to a board to keep her head stable after [...]

Homeschooling Blog Carnival: There Is No “All”

This week's Homeschooling Blog Carnival at "As For My House" begins thusly: Welcome, one and all, to the Carnival of Homeschooling! School. It’s kind of a “One-Size-Fits-All” program. People with kids who are exceptionally bright struggle with the system. So do those whose kids have learning challenges. And anyone whose child has a [...]

“Summer Get Together” Edition of Homeschooling Blog Carnival Available

Judy Aron, who plays hostess to this week's Homeschooling Blog Carnival at "Consent of the Governed," is right. "Well, Summer always includes get-togethers with friends... Let's see where our friends are gathering and what they are talking about today." And then a wonderful array of homeschooling blog posts becomes available to you! Whether [...]

Homeschooling Blog Carnival Includes Homeschooling History

Not only do you get great reading with this week's Homeschooling Blog Carnival at The Common Room. Deputy Headmistress does a terrific job weaving together this week's Carnival submissions with a nice overview of how homeschooling got to where it is today. I'm a firm believer that to understand homeschooling you should know its history, and this [...]

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