Welcome to the February 29, 2012 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Tinzley Margolin presents 10 Old School Devices Kids Today Don?t Know How to Use posted at Kids Bedding, saying, “Each generation in turn has its own standards of what is high tech and what is antique. Kids who grew up in the 50’s, who previously had sat around the family radio listening to their favorite shows, witnessed the introduction of television.”
Cindy Brick presents Five Nasty Things You Need to Do — Whether You Like It Or Not Whether You Like It Or Not posted at Brickworks – Cindy Brick Looks At Life
Dina-Marie Oswald presents Butchering Our First Cow! | Dimes2Vines posted at Dimes2Vines, saying, “Working together as a family is an important aspect of our lifestyle change from the corporate world to grape farming. Whether it is work in the vineyard, home education or butchering a steer, we do it together as a family!”
Hannah Anderson presents 10 Awesome Poems to Teach Your Kids posted at Full Time Nanny, saying, “Poetry is often overlooked when teaching children. Sure, the old nursery rhymes are great but true poetry should be learned at a young age. Most poetry is about global truths. Life, death, love and freedom are predominant.”
Kelly @ The Homeschool Co-op presents Homeschool Methods – Life Learning with Interest-Led Unschooling posted at The Homeschool Co-op.
Katie Hellerman presents A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Forensic Science: What Happens at a Crime Scene? posted at Forensic Science Degree.
Charles Chua C K presents All About Living With Life: 7 Psychological Needs of Children posted at All About Living with Life.
Sara Dawkins presents 10 Signs Your Child Needs a Better Tutor than You posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “Kids are so much more advanced today than we were. They are learning far more at a much faster rate. Stuff that I learned in 6th grade my son is learning in 4th. But what do you do when your child is struggling in a class?”
technology & higher learning
Getting My First Credit Card: What Every Student Should Know posted at NerdWallet Blog – Credit Card Watch, saying, “Preparing your child for higher education involves more than a solid educational foundation. When your child leaves the house, he or she’ll be confronted with financial pitfalls left and right. Here’s how to build up a credit score without falling into debt.”
Alyssa robert presents 20 Tips for Turning Photography Into a Career » How to Become a Photographer posted at howtobecomeaphotographer.
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