Welcome to the September 26, 2012 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Samantha Savory presents Let the (Budgeted) Fall Shopping Season Begin! | Miss Money Bee posted at Miss Money Bee, saying, “Temperatures are getting lower and soon the leaves will start changing, which can only mean one thing: Fall is nearly here! For most people, the fall season brings pumpkins, cozy sweaters and cool nights to mind. For others, it signals the time to put away their summer wardrobe and prepare for sweater dresses and boots. After you get done with the task of packing away your favorite tank tops and shorts, you might find that last year’s threads are worn or damaged.”
Katie Glennon presents Fun Activities about the 2012 Elections « Katie’s Homeschool Cottage posted at Katie’s Homeschool Cottage, saying, “a list of web links to resources and activity ideas to study the US government and the election process during this election season.”
Courtney Sperlazza presents Well Wise Happy | Homeschool Books for Kindergarten posted at Well Wise Happy, saying, “Self-designed kindergarten homeschooling curriculum we’re using now. This books list can be used as a standalone kindergarten curriculum, as an afterschooling supplement to traditional education, or customized to meet your needs.”
email@example.com presents To Homeschool or Not to Homeschool posted at NerdWallet | Education, saying, “Profiles of two women, aged 23 and 24, who have been homeschooled for most of their education. We detail their experiences, advice and reflections.”
Katie Glennon presents Combining Unit Studies with Charlotte Mason Methods posted at Katie’s Homeschool Cottage, saying, “Suggested method of planning a unit study that uses Charlotte Mason methods”
Ann Douglas presents Simple Steps to Help Kids Develop Helpful Study Habits posted at Become A Nanny, saying, “Teaching a child good study habits will not only make homework time easier, it will also help him earn better grades. Study skills are a foundational skill for school success, and what they learn in lower grades will serve them well for years to come.”
technology & higher learning
Gayan presents Students Can Save Big on Software posted at CASH CAB, saying, “Math is Hard Math is Fun. Either one you choose, there’s a $1 billion unexploited opportunity in Academic Software. Want some of that action?”
Jean Oram presents Destination Imagination: A Team Leader Interview posted at It’s All Kid’s Play, saying, “An awesome extra-curricular program for kids of all ages. It promotes problem-solving, creativity, independence, as well as teamwork. What is it? It’s called Destination Imagination and it’s helped hundreds of thousands of students.”
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