Welcome to the March 10, 2010 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Ben Dinsmore presents Tips on Teaching Kids About Money posted at Trees Full of Money, saying, “For the most part, public school systems do an incredibly poor job of teaching children even the most basic principles of personal finance!”
Alicia Robinson presents How to Research Any Disease Online Like a Nurse Does posted at Online RN to BSN.
Akinyi Acton presents Everything You Need to Know About Learning Photography posted at Online Photography Colleges.
Megan Wong presents How to teach preschoolers and toddlers to speak well posted at Games for Fun Kids.
Megan Wong presents Stages of artistic development in preschoolers and toddlers posted at Games for Fun Kids.
Megan Wong presents How to use preschool worksheets to identify their playfulness posted at Funny for Kids.
Fred Lee presents 7 Simple Tips To Encourage Writing In Young Children posted at Parenting Squad.
Mariana Ashley presents 100 Amazing Videos for Teaching and Studying Physics posted at Online Colleges.net.
technology & higher learning
Lisa Taylor presents 10 Youngest College Graduates in U.S. History (and Where They Are Today) posted at Online Degree.
Katie Freeman presents 25 Helpful Government Resources to Find Legit Online College Programs posted at Online University Data, saying, “If you want a reputable online education, then you need reputable sources to learn more about the programs you choose. The following list contains twenty-five helpful government resources to find legitimate online college programs.”
Anthony Stewart presents Top 50 College Rankings Blogs posted at online university rankings 2010, saying, “If you are looking to learn more about what different colleges have to offer, you can check with these top 50 college rankings blogs that can give you an idea of what is available.”
Jasmine Smith presents The Ultimate Guide to ACT Test Statistics posted at College Stats.org, saying, “This article may prove to be your ultimate guide to ACT test statistics, with information about the test, the test scores and how those scores are interpreted.”
Jennifer Meyer presents Top 50 College Admission & Administration Blogs posted at online university rankings 2010, saying, “If you plan to apply to college, it is important that you have a little inside information. Learn about the admissions process, and get a little help from insiders.”
Elisha Knackwood presents Top 50 Free Open Courseware VIDEO Collections posted at The .Edu Toolbox, saying, “Video collections can offer hours of entertainment, but they also can provide users with hours of education. You Tube offers a venue for many college videos.”
Jeannine Meza presents Everything You Need to Know about Learning Web Design posted at Web Design Colleges.
Maureen Fitzsimmons presents 10 Tips to Help You Get a College Degree for Free posted at Accelerated Online Degrees, saying, “The best things in life are free; the guy who came up with this gem probably never knew a thing about going to college. A college degree is easily one of the best things in life you can get – but it ain’t free.”
Eadwine Walter presents 5 Little Known Ways You Can Find Scholarship Opportunities Online posted at BSN to MSN, saying, “Why do we need to look for little-known scholarships online? Aren’t they less-in-vogue for a reason? To answer the first question, we need to explore all avenues of financial aid available to us because of the competition out there for scholarships and grants and the high cost of education.”
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 March 24, 2010.