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a homeschooling carnival – May 9, 2012

Welcome to the May 9, 2012 edition of a homeschooling carnival.

home education

Bob Ross presents Is Anyone You Know a Kinesthetic Learner? posted at kinestheticlearningstrategies, saying, “What kinesthetic learning is all about and why it matters.”

Kathy Orlinsky presents To improve memory, put failure in context posted at The Stochastic Scientist.

Charity and Amber presents 100th Day Activities posted at SoLoveThat, saying, “Here’s a couple of ideas for 100th day of school activities for homeschooling!”

Pamela Jorrick presents Super Mama Sacagewea posted at Blah, Blah, Blog, saying, “Travelschooling Days are the best!”

Bill Tyler presents 4 Quick Tips to Improve Focus posted at Bubble Planner | Attention Deficit Destroyer – ADD Articles, saying, “Excellent article to help kids with ADD.”

Demetra Luciano presents Three Girls and a Minivan posted at Three Girls and a Minivan, saying, “We are a homeschool family who uses travel as part of our homeschool.”

Liz E presents When the Annoying Becomes Educational posted at Homeschooling in Buffalo.

David Leonhardt presents Singing Lessons Part I posted at Self-Help Happiness Blog, saying, “What do you do when you are coughing too much to go to singing lessons? You keep studying at home (and pray that your throat is ready in time for the actual performance before the parents). A lesson when the singing lessons are over.”

technology & higher learning

Aliciaa Arnold presents Beyond College Rankings: What You Should Really Look for in a School posted at top5onlinecolleges.org.

Eva Ardenav presents Understanding the G.I. Bill: History and Overview posted at Military Online Colleges.

Irene Beckerr presents 40 Best Sites for ESL Study Materials, Textbooks, and Software posted at Masters in ESL.

Pedro Poveda presents How to Ace an Online Course posted at COLLEGE ISLAND.

Daniel Rosenstein presents Don’t Fall into the Student Loan Debt Trap | Miss Money Bee posted at Miss Money Bee, saying, “Student loans can be a double-edged sword. On one side, they may allow you to build a successful career, buy a beautiful house and form a family. On the other side, they can become a nightmare if you are unemployed or if your salary is too low to cover all your bills.”

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 May 30, 2012.

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