Welcome to the June 23, 2010 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Leslie Yoelson presents Top 10 Biblical Learning Blogs posted at Christian Colleges, saying, “God is everywhere. So, it should come as no surprise to find Him on the internet also. Hey, He’s probably even got his own Twitter account. The Big Man Upstairs has gone high tech, and here are the Top Ten Biblical Learning Blogs to help you “Follow” Him.”
Mia Taylor presents Kids Summer Activity List: 100 Creative and Cheap Summer Activities For Your Kids posted at Associate Degree Online, saying, “If you are lucky enough to get to be with your kids during the summertime, instead of packing them off to day care every day, you will have to deal with the inevitable cries of, “I’m bored.” Here are 100 creative, fun, and cheap things that you can do with your kids over the summer.”
Jason Koeppe – IntelliCorp presents Toy Story 3 Parental Guide, Toy Story 3 Release Dates, Toy Story 3 Official Trailer & More! posted at InTouch & Informed Blog, saying, “Toy Story Movie Review So you’re thinking about taking your kids to see Toy Story 3 when it comes out in June? Here you’ll get a parental guide, release dates, official trailer and other links you might need before going! All in an effort to help you keep your kids safe in every way from IntelliCorp InTouch. Your Answers. Your Peace of Mind.”
Rodna James presents Training Children up for Christ: Are seemingly harmless shows like Hannah Montana really harmless? posted at Training Children up for Christ.
Caroline Mukisa presents A Maths Tutor Reveals All! posted at Maths Insider, saying, “Homeschoolers sometimes need to bring in specialist to support their child’s learning. This interview with a Maths Tutor gives advice on how to make the most of these sessions.”
Tracy Beach presents 7 Math Storybooks; Anno’s Mysterious Multiplying Jar posted at Math Learning, Fun & Education Blog : Dreambox Learning.
Kevin Poulis presents DiscipleLand.com – Discipleship Curriculum for Kids posted at SiteTally.com.
Patricia Oaklief presents Our boys are falling behind. We can help them fall in love with reading posted at Amigram (Free Online Announcements) Blog, saying, “Boys have fallen behind in reading in every state. This post outlines a couple of resources for helping our boys become better readers.”
Rodna James presents Training Children up for Christ: Getting started in Home Schooling Part 1 posted at Training Children up for Christ, saying, “This is a series. You can find the rest of this series on my blog as well!”
Christina Arango presents Butterflies vs. Moths posted at Blue Skies Academy, saying, “I just finished typing up the lesson plans for a week long study of butterflies and moths and thought that I would share it for anyone who may be interested in such a study. I had a difficult time finding suitable books to use – I can’t believe how many books refer to butterflies as coming from cocoons!”
technology & higher learning
Chetan presents Comparative Study of Online Learning Versus Traditional learning posted at College Distance Degree | Online Courses |.
Ehrich Weiss presents 25 Little-Known Google Tools for Scholars and Academics posted at Online PhD in Nursing, saying, “Did you know that in addition to search, Google has plenty of other tools that are useful for students and academic professionals? Here are 25 tools that you can use to enhance your scholarly work.”
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