But enough about us...it’s Mardi Gras!! That means it is time to celebrate!! (did that Kool and the Gang song just pop into your head, too??) And when it comes to homeschooling our kiddos, there are all KINDS of things to celebrate, so pull out your masks, throw on your beads, and get ready for the parade to begin....
What better thing to celebrate than books, right?! Jennifer at Adventures in Unsell Land starts us off by sharing why her family is Passionate About Books.
Since we’re talking about books, how about Charlotte Mason?Sage Parnassus discusses Natural law Sursum Corda on her blog.
Homemakers Heart shares of her unit study fun as they dig into “The Carrot Seed” over on Thoughts From A Homemakers Heart.
Do you have any idea how much of the world’s popcorn is grown right here in the U.S.? Annette at A Net in Timeshares this and much more about popcorn in Hopping Popcorn Review
Teaching math with manipulatives helps build concrete connections, but sometimes this is a problem. Denise shares why in The Problem with Manipulativesat Let’s Play Math.
At DIY Kindergarten, Leslie and family have been studying Ancient India and share some incredible books from their study in Ancient India, Hinduism, and Buddhism (Meet the Ancient World 10)
Giving is one of the greatest blessings we have. Come find out how Jessica and her daughter learn how Giving Feels Good at Teachable Moments.
At Bachelors Degree students can celebrate learning by being environmentally conscious. Join Amy as she gives 7 Ways Students Can Contribute to Saving the Environment.
When Does Technology Benefit Students Most? Find out over on Associate Degree.
Wild Iris talks about Highschool At Home on her blog Homeschool Reviews And Resources.
One family shares how they learned about an element on the periodic table in Carbon Everywhere come visit Ina’s 5 & Our Native American Homeschool.
Do you have a child getting ready to graduate? Over on Homeschool Online MamaMary shares What role does a G.E.D. play in a homeschoolers life?
Have you ever wondered how homeschoolers do on ACT tests? Barbara tells us in a post entitled, Homeschoolers Score Above Average On ACT Tests. Check out her blog Barbara Frank Online.
It’s almost time to get those year end evaluations done! Carleen from Evaluation Station, tells us about Cyber Evals, A Twenty-First Century Option.
Have you ever had difficult time getting rid of things that you liked or that your children used? Yes,it’s hard but we can celebrate their accomplishments as they move on to new heights of learning. Join Christine as she shares with us A Confession at The Thinking Mother.
Mrs. White shares her heart for her home in a post entitled, “The Harried Homeschool Mom”. Grab a cup of tea and relax as you visit, “The Legacy Of Home”.
A Path Unparralled is a beautiful post from mom Cristina who shares about the unique differences in each of her three children, as they journey together through homeschooling over on “Home Spun Juggling”.
What is more fun than a brand new game?! Pamela explains why “Set” is a hit with her family at her Blah, Blah, Blog with SET With New Games
Looking for a fun idea to teach geography? Makita over at Academy Celestia shares about their Passport Club in Lakes: Geography Terms Tour.
Hands-On Homeschooling is a great article about bringing education to life through activity. You will love the name, “PJs All Day”!
How about Unschooling? What can be more fun than that? Pandahoneybee’s Homeschooling Adventure has a great article about Am I An Unschooler? How about you?
Nothing is worth celebrating more than the freedoms and flexibility we have as homeschoolers. Dan at Opting Out highlights this by showing the constrictiveness of state schools in No Patience for Zero Tolerance
Have you been tempted to take advantage of homeschool tax credits? Linda Dobson from Parent At The Helm tells us not to in a post entitled, “6 Reasons States Shouldn’t Balance Budgets With A Carrot”.