Office supplies make me giddy. Going to the library is my fondest errands. Bookshelves are my favorite pieces of furniture. Can you relate? If so, you may be a homeschooler.
In this edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling, I consider my wish list while highlighting posts submitted by the homeschooling community. This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a smattering of what blogging has to offer.
The homeschool community is diverse and I’m sure my wish list is vastly different from yours, but whatever you desire I hope we can all agree on the importance of liberty.
May the freedom to teach our children continue.
I wish for…
- Barbara Frank Online states Let Girls Be Girls.
- Successful Homeschool addresses Homeschool Mom’s Dirty Little Secret #3 – Anger.
- Guilt-Free Homeschooling encourages with How to Adapt Lessons to Fit Your Student’s Interests and Make Learning Come Alive.
- The Homeschool Apologist examines what culture means in Swim At Your Own Risk.
- Alasandra’s Homeschool Blog Awards shares why Moronic Bob Cook Doesn’t Know Squat.
- Home School Dad discusses homeschool registration in Of Carrots and Sticks.
- Parent at the Helm shares Two Studies Help Us Understand How Children Learn.
- Chrysalis examines the question, Why Should We Reach Children While They’re Young?
- A Work in Progress writes about embracing Enforced Time Off.
- Laura Grace Weldon challenges Guerrilla Encouragement Efforts.
- The Legacy of Home shares the importance of Family and Home.
- Wonderfully Chaotic remembers Why We Homeschool.
- NerdFamily Things shares resources for the Frugal Homeschooler: St. Patrick’s Day.
- Roscommon Acres gives instructions for The treasures of your heart, a quick St. Patrick’s Day project.
- Ina’s 5 & Our Native Homeschool teaches how to make a Working Aqueduct Model.
- QuirkyMomma has instructions for a DIY World Map Mural.
- SandwichINK shares their favorite Sequence Board Games For Kids.
- Adventures in Mama-Land asks about your workbox pages in Are you a cut-up???
- Opting Out asks Can phonics reduce the crime rate in America?
- Introducing the World reviews The Talent Code.
- Nirvana Homeschooling reviews the Book: Imaginary Garden.
- Tea Time with Annie Kate shares a favorite resource Free: The Handbook of Nature Study.
- Delightful Children’s Books shares 9 Books About Children From Around the World.
- A French Education teaches Silhouette on the Shade.
- A Pilgrim’s Heart found some Online Art Resources to enhance your Art Studies.
- Why Homeschool shares information about ADHD and diet.
- Homeschool Mo will need some help with cleanup after Tot Time – It’s Flubbertastic!
- Our Curious Home asks the pressing question, “How Do I Homeschool and…Take a Shower?“
- Diary of 1 opens up the playground in the post, “Homeschool Recess.”
What is on your wish list?
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