Welcome to the April 13, 2011 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Read Aloud … Dad presents How Reading Aloud Made Me A Better Father posted at Read Aloud Dad, saying, “The fact that our babies were not able to “talk”, somehow made it more difficult for me to communicate with them. My babies’ naturally limited (non-existent) ability to respond verbally to my words was somehow an excuse for me to limit my own communication. The scene was set for a transformation. Overnight I became a “Read Aloud Dad”. I still remember the night.”
Denise Bossard presents Dolch and Dr. Seuss: Two Learning to Read Icons | Erudition™ posted at sight words game, saying, “Please let us know if you are interested in reviewing our products.”
Pamela Jorrick presents Farms, family and a bit of history posted at Blah, Blah, Blog, saying, “Family travel and learning go so well together. It’s definitely one of my favorite bonuses of our homeschooling lifestyle.”
Tyra Ronan presents 40 Best Web Resources for Bible Study posted at A Blog of Biblical Proportions, saying, “You don’t have to be a Bible student, or planning for a career in the ministry, to benefit from the online Bible resources available. Anyone can find greater enjoyment and enlightenment from the holy scriptures when they look to using web resources. Whether you are looking for personal edification, or whether you are preparing a lesson for Sunday school, here are 40 of the best web resources for Bible study.”
Gordan Smith presents 10 Reasons Parents Take the Internet Away from Kids posted at Internet Provider.
Amy Broadmoore presents 10 Children’s Books About Dance | Delightful Children’s Books posted at Delightful Children’s Books, saying, “Here are ten entertaining and informative children’s books about dance. This list includes books to share with aspiring ballerinas and ballerinos (e.g. Tanya and Emily and A Very Young Dancer). This list also includes books to broaden children’s understanding of dance.”
technology & higher learning
Mathew Needleman presents Reading Remedies for iPhone and iPad posted at Creating Lifelong Learners, saying, “I’m a classroom teacher and literacy coach who has created an iPhone/iPad app to be used by parents in developing early literacy.”
Alvaro Cramton presents 18 Online High Schools Revolutionizing Education posted at PhD in Education, saying, “Distance learning has been quite a revolution in education. Through these online schools, high school students of both the traditional high school age, and older students who want to go back to get their diploma, have been able to meet their goals of getting that diploma.”
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 April 27, 2011.