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a homeschooling carnival – February 15, 2012

Welcome to the February 15, 2012 edition of a homeschooling carnival.

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Misty presents Timez Attack! The best and FREE multiplication game ever! posted at Homeschool Bytes, saying, “We keep coming back to this fun game when our multiplication facts need a brush-up.”

Barbara Williams presents 10 Different Monsters that Scare Children posted at Find A Babysitter, saying, “There’s something uniquely human about our need to scare ourselves silly. As far as anyone knows, no other species goes out of its way to invent reasons to wet itself from fear. Children have the best imaginations, of course………………………….”

Charles Chua C K presents All About Living With Life: EDUCATION – The Psychological Needs of Children posted at All About Living with Life.

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Krista English presents Frustrated or discouraged? Start here! posted at Krista English, Certified LearningSuccess™ Coach, saying, “Thanks for the opportunity to spread encouragement to homeschooling parents!”

Melanie Grant presents Nutcracker on Ice and Homeschooling posted at Mel’s Mouthful on Mothering.

Melanie Grant presents How to get your child to read posted at Mel’s Mouthful on Mothering.

Melanie Grant presents How to Journal: Get Ready posted at Mel’s Mouthful on Mothering.

Melanie Grant presents Homeschooling Room of Dreams posted at Mel’s Mouthful on Mothering.

Kelly @ The Homeschool Co-op presents Homeschool Methods: Charlotte Mason in the Modern Age posted at The Homeschool Co-op.

Dina-Marie Oswald presents Home Education – Reading and Spelling posted at Dimes2Vines, saying, “Home educating 10 children presents challenges but for our boys that has been reading and spelling. Here is a review of two programs that really work and are fun!”

Ann presents Harvest Moon by Hand: 12 in 12: January Update posted at Harvest Moon by Hand.

Debbie Denard presents 10 Ways a Teacher Could Harm Your Child posted at Nanny, saying, “Teachers have traditionally been placed on a pedestal and thought to be above reproach. It has generally been assumed that they always knew what was best for children and had their best interests in mind.”

**virtual curriculum fair**

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

Virtual Curriculum Fair Week 1–January 2 – Playing With Words: The Language Arts

Virtual Curriculum Fair Week 2–January 9 – Discovering Patterns: Mathematics, Logic, and some Science

Virtual Curriculum Fair Week 3–January 16 – Exploring Our World Through History and Science

Virtual Curriculum Fair Week 4–January 23 – The Art of Art

WEEK 5–January 30th—The Nuts & Bolts: Pulling it all Together!

Weekly Homeschooling Schedule by Julie @ HighHill Homeschool

Virtual Curriculum Fair: Week 5: The Nuts & Bolts: Pulling it all Together by Leah @ The Courtney Six Homeschool

Our Schedule’s Working! by Eunora @ All Things NoriLynn

Homeschooling:  How do I do it all? by Debbie @ Debbie’s Digest

Virtual Curriculum Fair— Wrap-up by Angie @ Petra School

Virtual Curriculum Fair: 5 Ways to Use an iPad in Your Homeschool by Pam @ Everyday Snapshots

A Peek Into Our School Day by Melissa @ Grace Christian Homeschool

A Day in the Life… by Nicole @ Schooling in the Sun

Homeschool and Life: How we get it done by Jen @ Forever, For Always, No Matter What

Homeschooling at My House by Jessica @ Modest Mama

Getting a Grip on Things by Susan @ Homeschooling Hearts & Minds

Making Home School a part of LIFE by Cindy @ For One Another

Now Where’s That Pencil Again? by Beth @ Ozark Ramblings

Something About Homeschooling I Really Didn’t See Coming by Letha @ justpitchingmytent

Curriculum, Kids, and a Frazzled Homeschool Mama leads to Controlled Chaos! by Laura O from AK @ Day by Day in Our World

The Virtual Curriculum Fair – Nuts and Bolts by Kristen @ Sunrise to Sunset

Staying on Top of Everything by Brenda Emmett @ Garden of Learning

How Does This Homeschooling Thing Actually Work? Fitting it all Together by Joelle @ Homeschooling for His Glory

Nuts & Bolts: Pulling it all together by Christa Darr @ Fairfield Corner Academy

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 29, 2012.

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