Welcome to the October 26, 2011 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Fred Lee presents Dealing with F Bombs and Other Foul Language from Mommy and Child posted at Parenting Squad.
Amy Broadmoore presents 10 Children?s Books About Food posted at Delightful Children’s Books, saying, “Here are 10 food-themed picture books to entertain as well as teach kids about fruits and veggies, food groups, and where food comes from.”
technology & higher learning
Michael Donelly presents The 15 Most Prestigious Online Master?s Programs posted at Online Masters, saying, “Earning a master’s degree can seem difficult and near impossible when you have the added burdens of a job and a family to support. The good news is that online degree programs are becoming more and more widely accepted, so student’s can now complete masters courses at their convenience. It’s not only online colleges offering these programs. Prestigious universities also offer online programs, and this list provides 15 of the best programs available.”
Lisa Hood presents The 10 Best College Marching Bands of All Time posted at ZenCollegeLife, saying, “College marching bands have an important responsibility of entertaining crowds, boosting team spirit and keeping school traditions alive. Generally, schools stick to traditional marching styles, but have been known to use unique drill designs and creative musical arrangements to stand out from the others.”
Sandra Adams presents Tips for Students posted at Credit Cards for No Credit, saying, “Students may be knowledgeable and expert in many areas, but lack knowledge about financial matters is very common. The following tips should help students avoid many of the pitfalls that exist out there.”
Laura Backes presents 10 Reasons Online Tutors Work so Well posted at DSL Service Providers, saying, “Tutors come in all shapes and sizes: short, tall, round and virtual. That’s right, fast becoming a “most popular” choice for alternative academic instruction is the online tutor. Online tutoring services are springing up like mushrooms, because they fit today’s scholarly needs so well. Youngsters raised on video games and social networking are often right-at-home in an academic environment that has limited interpersonal contact.”
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