Welcome to the March 30, 2011 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Rachel Miller presents Using Word Cards to Learn to Read | Fun Learning Activities for Preschoolers and Kids posted at quirkymomma.com, saying, “We have used word cards to help my daughter learn to read. It is easy and a fun way to help her gain confidence with sight words in a short amount of time.”
LakeMom presents The Bad and the Ugly posted at Adventures in Lakeschooling, saying, “I wrote this post after a particularly heinous day. Though we all love to homeschooling and it remains the best choice for our family, there are some struggles that it is helpful to understand.”
Scott Connery presents 82% of US Government Schools Failing posted at Rational Public Radio, saying, “I thought this article would be a good reminder on why you should home school. The public school system is even worse than you know.”
Ann presents Outdoor Hour Challenge Winter Series #9 Mammals and #45 Squirrels posted at Harvest Moon by Hand.
Amy Broadmoore presents 11 Children?s Books About Spring posted at Delightful Children’s Books, saying, “Spring has arrived! (First day of spring: March 20) Here are eleven delightful books about spring to share with your children! On this booklist, you’ll find books to encourage your children notice and celebrate the first signs of spring — snow melting, flowers blooming, birds nesting, sap rising, and more.”
technology & higher learning
Benjamin Kubelsky presents 20 Open Courseware Classes on Education Worth Bookmarking posted at Masters in Education, saying, “Learning more about the education system, and how public education works in general, can be beneficial to many people. And, you can get a lot of the information you need from free open courseware classes taught by some of the country’s most prestigious universities.”
Lori Kobelan presents Masters in Teaching » 5 Ways for Older Teachers to Cope with Technology posted at Masters in Teaching.
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