Have you started your indoor seedlings? I love setting up my mini-greenhouses and starting my seeds indoors and watching the seedlings sprout up. Here are some of my favorite gardening resources:
Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904 in Massachusetts. He wrote over 46 books, including some of the more notable ones such as Green Eggs and Ham. Many of his books became t.v. specials, feature films and even a play on Broadway.
Read Across America also occurs in honor of his birthday.
Visit the Dr. Seuss site for a wealth of resources including games, books, videos and more.
Did you know that February is Responsible Pet Owners Month? Their official site explains that you can think of it as a month-long “Mothers Day” or “Fathers Day” for animals.
Here are some sites that offer resources on how to care for pets:
- Pet Care
- Pet Care Tips from the ASPCA
- BBC Scent Tracker Game
- The Incredible Dr. Pol
- National Geographic Animals & Pets
February is library lovers month. Our local library has been in the same lovely old home for many years.
Later this month, they will be moving into a brand new beautiful facility.
I love my library every month, but in honor of the Library Lover’s Month, here are some library resources to enjoy:
I recently received a note from Henry Cate announcing that they will be celebrating the 5th anniversary of their Carnival of Homeschooling this week.
If you would like to participate, please visit their Why Homeschool blog to learn more.
I’d like to publicly thank the Cate family for continuing to offer this opportunity. The Carnival of Homeschooling offers a weekly opportunity to visit other homeschool blogs and explore a variety of resources. \If you would like to check on past Carnivals, please click on the COH link in the right hand sidebar.
Free Range Learning: How Home Schooling Changes Everything by Laura Weldon offers the catalyst for an alternative education revolution whether you’re just beginning to investigate homeschooling, or you are a more experienced veteran.
Laura shares data that helps any parent or educator wanting to understand how vital natural learning is to each and every child. She also offers valuable insight and tips on everything starting with where to begin to how to create enriching networks in your own community.
Finally, there are accounts of homeschool families from around the world that provide a real life insight that gave me the feeling of having attended a homeschool support gathering.
Once I started reading it, I couldn’t put it down. I enjoyed the data, family stories and practical advise that it offers to families with children from pre-school on up. It is really a one stop read that will help to empower generations to come.
You can purchase the book by clicking on the cover above or by clicking here.
Explore the Sistine Chapel up close by clicking here.