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a homeschooling carnival – January 25, 2012

Welcome to the January 25, 2012 edition of a homeschooling carnival.


Sara Dawkins presents 10 Books to Get Kids Reading Again posted at, saying, “Kids are constantly bombarded with visual images from television, movies, video games and the internet. All this vivid imagery can make reading books seem dull and boring.”

Pamela Jorrick presents Unsolicited Advice posted at Blah, Blah, Blog.

Kathy Simmons presents 10 Reasons Why Kids Love to Play Candyland posted at Nanny Services, saying, “Candyland is probably the simplest board game that exists. It is made for very young children, and as long as it has been around, young children have been enjoying the fun it provides”

home education

Karyn Tripp presents Books for Young Readers posted at Teach Beside Me.

Jennifer Bardsley presents Math Without Worksheets | Teaching My Baby To Read posted at Teaching My Baby To Read, saying, “Looking for a free way to expand your child’s math skills? Every once in a while, try having your child write about their mathematical thinking. It’s harder than it looks.”

Christy presents Math Curriculum for Homeschooling posted at Just another step to take….

Annette presents A slow day, yet study accomplished posted at A Net in Time, saying, “despite a slow start to the day we managed to be productive.”

Jennifer Moore presents Cotton Gins, Charles Dickens, and Cleaning Up Faster than Barney posted at Frolicking Flamingo.

technology & higher learning

Katie Hellerman presents 20 Best Google Chrome Extensions for Computer Nerds posted at Masters in Computer Science.

Melissa Rothstein presents Best Online Colleges: Is there a future with a career in Mathematics? posted at Comments on: Is there a future with a career in Mathematics?, saying, “Often described irreverently as a dry, brow-furrowing subject, careers and education in math have been put in the corner by physics and engineering buffs for centuries. In reality, math has fueled hundreds of innovations, from the moon landing to professional gambling strategy. Regardless of whether you’re in Vegas, math class, or anywhere else, math has undoubtedly impacted your life and will continue to do so.”

Patricia Oaklief presents Free Online Classes From Yale and Other Top Universities | Free online announcements: The wedding blog,parenting,pets,graduation and living posted at Amigram (Free Online Announcements) Blog, saying, “Top universities around the world, including Yale, MIT and Notre Dame, now offer free online classes you can take on your own schedule.”

**virtual curriculum fair**

This is a special entry in the blog carnival.  It was also  featured in the last carnival as well, with a different set of posts.  You can find those entries here.


Science and Worldview by Beth @ Ozark Ramblings

Nature Study as Science by Christine @ Crunchy Country Catholic

Virtual Curriculum Fair Week 3- Social Studies and more Science by Leah Courtney @ The Courtney Six Homeschool Family

Curriculum Fair–Exploring Our World by Angie @ Petra School

Paths of Exploration by Jen @ Forever, For Always

Learning Geography at Our House by Jessica @ Modest Mama

Mapping Out Our Social Studies by Susan @ Homeschooling Hearts & Minds

The Fascinating World Around Us by Cindy Horton @ Fenced in Family

More Heart of Dakota Praises by Nicole @ Schooling in the Sun

Our History by Melissa @ Grace Christian Homeschool

Playful US Geography for First Grade by Pam @ Everyday Snapshots

Heart of Dakota-The Fine Details-Part 3 History by Lynn @ Ladybug Chronicles

Exploring Our World Through History & Science by Brenda Emmett @ Garden of Learning

Two History Must-haves by Letha @ justpitchingmytent

Learning About The World Around Us by Laura O from AK

Social Studies and Science – What do we do?
by Joelle @ Homechooling for His Glory

History Chronologically and with Living Books by Debbie @ Debbie’s Digest

Why History? by MissMOE @ Homeschooling While Living the Life of Easier

Exploring Our World by Christa Darr @ Fairfield Corner Academy


Memory Making by Christine @ Crunchy Country Catholic

Learning Art at Our House by Jessica @ Modest Mama

history, up close by Jennifer @ a glimpse of our life

Fitting in the Arts When Homeschooling by Laura O in AK @ Day by Day in Our World

The Art of Exploration by Susan @ Homeschooling Hearts & Minds

Appreciating the Arts by Cindy Horton @ Fenced in Family

Beauty in Homeschooling? by Cindy @ For One Another

Heart of Dakota- The Fine Details- Part 4 Poetry & Bible by Lynn @Ladybug Chronicles

The Art of Art by Brenda Emmett @ Garden of Learning

The Beauty of the Arts – Where Does It Fit? by Joelle @ Homeschooling for His Glory

Learning and Art Library by Angie @ Petra School

Seeking Beauty:  The Arts and Everything that Brings Beauty to Our World by Christa Darr @ Fairfield Corner Academy

How to Fit “The Arts” in School by Christine @ Our Homeschool Reviews

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of a homeschooling carnival using our carnival submission form. The next edition of a homeschooling carnival will be available on February 15, 2012.

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