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Welcome to the Carnival of Homeschooling!
“I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where it was always June.” -L. M. Montgomery
Kelli presents Homeschooling Quick and Cheap Craft Ideas | 3 Boys And A Dog posted at 3 Boys And A Dog.
June Tree presents Beyond Homeschooling Your Kids: Radical Unschooling? posted at The Digerati Life.
Barbara Frank Online presents Seems Obvious, Right? There’s evidence that students do better with less school, so what can we conclude?
Linda Dobson presents The 15th Anniversary Edition of The Art of Education for Bloggers and Publishers for Review posted at PARENT AT THE HELM.
Thanks to everyone for joining in this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling!
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.
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Many colleges offer some great online resources if you explore their website. Wake Forest University in N.C. is one of them. Visit here to explore some excellent physics videos .
The Carnival of homeschooling will be hosted here next week. I hope you will join us!
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