Welcome to the May 11, 2011 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Read Aloud … Dad presents The Secret How To Become A Read-Aloud Ninja posted at Read Aloud Dad, saying, “Do you want to become a Read-Aloud Ninja? I never knew they existed until yesterday. Like any martial art, you have to perfect your technique if you aim to master the art.”
Amy Broadmoore presents Read Around the World | Delightful Children’s Books posted at Delightful Children’s Books, saying, “My kids and I have been taking an imaginary trip around the world. This year, I worked hard to compile booklists of the best picture books I could find set on each continent — Africa, Europe, Australia, The Arctic (not technically a continent), South America, and Asia — as well as booklists about Maps and Children Around the World. In addition to the booklists, I created a page for parents and teachers with information about an international postcard swap, read around the world book challenges, and great educational resources for learning about countries around the world: http://delightfulchildrensbooks.com/read-around-the-world/for-parents/. Note: I finished these booklists up quickly when my local children’s librarian informed me that the booklists could be a valuable resource for librarians. The kids and I are actually still reading about The Arctic.”
Native Health Remedies presents Concentrating on the Alternatives: Using Alternative Methods to Help You Concentrate posted at Native Remedies.
elissa peterson presents Percy Jackson – the new Harry Potter posted at don’t let life pass you by, saying, “Our thought on the Percy Jackson series and the project my son created based on the first book in the series”
technology & higher learning
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