Welcome to the September 28, 2011 edition of a homeschooling carnival.
Kim Bennett presents A Child’s Garden: Flying Creatures, Lesson 2: What Makes a Bird a Bird? posted at A Child’s Garden.
Danette M. Schott presents Multisensory Teaching Approach and Kids with Special Needs posted at Help! S-O-S for Parents, saying, “A multisensory teaching approach means that the child is helped to learn through more than one of the senses.”
Rose presents A wench, a wrench, what’s in a name? – Learning at Home – Appeal-Democrat posted at Learning at Home.
Serfronya presents Bird Unit Study: Free and Fun Ways to Learn About Birds posted at Cookie’s Domain.
Serfronya presents Ray’s Arithmetic, Math Flash Cards, and Worksheet Generators – Oh My posted at Public Domain Homeschool.
Amy Broadmoore presents 10 Children?s Books About Fall posted at Delightful Children’s Books, saying, “Here are ten books to get kids excited about making apple sauce, creating autumn leaf artwork, coming up with the coolest Halloween costume ever, saving pumpkin seeds to plant next spring, and more.”
Melanie Grant presents Learning Chinese Mandarin as a Second or Third Language posted at Mel’s Mouthful on Mothering.
technology & higher learning
Fred Lee presents 8 Things Your Community College Bound Kid Needs To Know posted at Parenting Squad.
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