Welcome to the November 28, 2012 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Cherry Liu presents Top 10 Christmas Collectibles posted at House Sitting Jobs, saying, “Buying a new Christmas collectible for your Christmas decoration or ornament collection is a tradition that many people have.”
Daniel Long presents 10 Family Friendly Warm Places to Go for Winter Break posted at Hire a Nanny, saying, “If you live in a cooler climate that experiences wintry weather during the colder months, but aren’t a fan of toughing out the colder days or participating in winter sports, the idea of escaping to a warm, sunny locale for a quick family vacation during winter break can be incredibly appealing.”
Janet Golovine presents 10 Things Moms Like to Save Through the Years posted at Become A Nanny, saying, “Even the most dedicated de-clutterers have a box or a container stashed somewhere that’s housing mementos and keepsakes from their children’s early years that they aren’t yet ready to part with.”
Shelby Martin presents 10 Things Your Toddler Can Do to Help Around the House posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “Parents may have great intentions of getting their children involved in chores around the house, but life can frequently get in the way of even the best of intentions.”
David Leonhardt presents A Walk in the Woods – saving money and getting fit posted at Self-Help Happiness Blog, saying, “Parents who want to do healthy activities with their kids are in for a challenge. Here are some kid-tested tips on how to make that wholesome walk in the woods exciting even for the most uninterested child.”
Kaylee Adams presents 10 Awkward Things Parents Have to Teach Their Kids posted at Find A Nanny, saying, “As your child’s first and primary teacher, you have the responsibility of imparting basic life lessons to her.”
Lynda Albertson presents 5 Candy Cane Ornaments that You Can Make With Kids posted at Nanny Babysitter, saying, “During the holiday season candy canes tend to make a dominate appearance in the candy aisle, and are a traditional holiday treat.”
Arianna Lee presents 10 Things Kids Just Love to Collect posted at Part Time Nanny, saying, “Kids are notorious for collecting all sorts of things, whether the items they’re collecting make sense to an adult or not.”
Brittany Harris presents 30 Blogs With Tips for Keeping Christmas Simple posted at NannyPro.com, saying, “It may be called the “Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” but it can easily become the most stressful time of the year for busy families who are struggling to make ends meet.”
Carter White presents 10 Common Reasons Why Teen Siblings Fight posted at Babysitting, saying, “If you have teenagers, then you know that there are a lot of ups and downs with raising them. They are pushing the boundaries and getting ready to leave the nest.”
Eric Taylor presents 10 Tips for Dealing with a Child Threatening to Run Away posted at Nanny Care, saying, “The National Runaway Switchboard estimates that up to 2.8 million children and teens run away from home each year.”
Denise Young presents 10 Good Ways to Help a Child That Says They are Dumb posted at Au Pair Care, saying, “Struggling with schoolwork can leave kids feeling stripped of their self-esteem and convinced that they aren’t as intelligent as their peers.”
Steve Jackson presents 10 Storage Ideas for Saving Some of Your Child’s Homework posted at Housekeeping, saying, “Whether it’s for sentimental reasons or as part of a tutoring program, parents often find themselves holding on to their child’s old homework.”
Joe Taylor presents 10 Signs Your Child is a Gifted and Talented Student posted at Live Out Nanny, saying, “Parents generally think all of their children are pretty special, but some kids really are uniquely gifted when it comes to learning and grasping schoolwork.”
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 December 12, 2012.