Blog: The Carnival of Homeschooling!
It's here, it's here! The Carnival of Homeschooling has arrived at the Time4Learning Community Blog . . . and just in time for summer! Sit back with a cool drink while you check out these summer-related blog posts.
Looking for great fun ideas to entertain the kids during the summer? Hereís a great suggestion from DenSchool in her post Summer Solstice.
What happens when school and child donít mix? There are times when the traditional version of schooling just doesnít work and Barbara Frank Online helps us understand how to recognize this in her post Child vs. Lesson Plan.
What about socialization?! Henry at Why Homeschool is pleased to realize his daughters are comfortable at a summer wedding in Homeschool, Socialization, and a Wedding.
Do you ever find teaching the math facts tedious? Sure, we all do... but Letís Play Math shares a few alternative methods of getting your children thinking about math facts in their post Quotable: Learning the Math Facts.
Do you use the summer to plan for the fall? Most homeschooling moms do. Check out Two FREE Resources for Planning Your Homeschool Highschool over at MomSCHOOL. You wonít want to miss these!
Joyous Lessons shares just how much she loves homeschooling and how wonderful Charlotte Mason education has been for her family in her post What I Love Most About a Charlotte Mason Education.
What do you do during the summer? Do you wonder if homeschoolers ever really take the summer off? Letís find out when Learn at Home asks the question Do Homeschoolers Get the Summers Off?
Ever thought about making a bucket list of summer activities to do with your children? I havenít, but itís a great idea! Check out how in this post 21 Blogs Detailing How to Create a Summer Bucket List with Your Kids.
Ever need to adjust courses to fit your childrenís needs? Tea Time with Annie Kate tells us how she did this in her post Tweaking Apologia Advanced Chemistry and Physics for Grade 12.
Wondering how to make history alive and rich for your children? Jamie at Time4Learning Community Blog shares a few simple ways to do this in her post Summer Learning Can Make History Live!
Summer is a great time to get outside and get moving! Yet, there are various safety concerns for many of summerís favorite activities. Join Live-in-Nanny for a few tips on Summer Safety Gear for Bike Riding, Roller blading and More!
Ever wonder what goes into a used book sale? The Thinking Mother shares her experience in Homeschool Used Book Sale Outcome.
Homeschoolers can benefit greatly from entrepreneurial skills. Find out how Lessons from the Homestead encouraged her daughter in Encouraging Young Entrepreneurs.
The Usual Mayhem brings us some very organized lessons on how to interest kids in nature in their post Top 10 Ways to Keep Kids Learning about Nature.