Carnival of Homeschooling – Fall is in the Air!

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 homeschoolingAs I’m sitting down to put together this October 15th Edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling, I glance out my window and see the beginning signs of fall. The leaves on the trees around my home are turning those beautiful well-known shades of red,orange, purple, and even yellow. Though Spring is my very favorite time of year, fall is equally amazing. The beautiful colors, scents of baked goodies, apple picking, pumpkin carving, and the oh-so-fun hayrides. Each is guilty of making incredible memories that last for a life time. So, as this beautiful season commences, I’d love to encourage each of you to be grateful. Grateful for the opportunity to experience the richness of another fall, and the blessings of freedom to homeschool. So, without further ado… let’s get to the goodies…

Homeschooling this Fall…

Talking about freedoms…  Homeschool vs. Public School reviews our Constitutionally given rights in his posts The Bill of Rights Part 1 and The Bill of Rights Part 2.

ChristineMM over at the Thinking Mother talks about how she’s doing with homeschooling her eighth grade son this Fall in her post Grade 8 Curriculum Part 1.

This post by Zesty Mom talks about the benefit of self imposed challenges versus the challenges that life throws at us in her post On Choosing Challenges.

Just not sure if you can homeschool high school? Yes, You Can! It really is a lot easier than you think. This article entitled Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Homeschooling High School was very encouraging to me!

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Speaking of being grateful, I am so grateful for the richness that others bring to my life. There are so many things that we can do to be a positive influence in other peoples’ lives.

This post by Laura Grace Weldon encourages us to do just that!  International Hosting:How Strangers Become Friends is a post about a family that made a difference in a child’s life, and how you can get involved too.

Every Bed of Roses discusses the Dad’s place in our homeschool in her post Dad’s Helping Hand in our Homeschool. Dad’s don’t always homeschool, but they play a very important part!

Are you Burned Out and Fed Up? Barbara Frank Online gives encouragement for those of us who are there… and even those of us who aren’t!

Need some homeschool inspiration?… how about poetry? Reading-Writing-Learning shares an original poem called Teach Me to Fly. This is destined to become a favorite poem!

Need a few tips to help your homeschool run a bit smoother?  Here are 5 Tips for Homeschooling a Large Family from the Time4Learning Community Blog.

Ahhh… the fundamentals. As I’m enjoying the fall scene before me, it’s the fundamentals that make it beautiful. The simplicity of the leaves. The beauty of the sky, and even the crispness of the air. It’s the fundamentals of homeschooling that give it such beauty as well. Here’s a bit of fundamental inspiration for your homeschool…

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Find out what Fill Your Bookshelf is up to with history in her post Egyptian History Unit Study. This post has alot of great links and information to help you get started on your own history unit.

Florida Homeschooling gives us great advice in her post Homeschool for Free! Lots of great pointers get you saving money in a few simple steps.

Need some fresh ideas about math? Introducing the World shares how her math didn’t work out too well at the beginning of the year and how she adjusted to make things better… true homeschool style! Her article Math Remix tells about her success!

Discover more about nature and how to make a great interest led unit study with Down a Rabbit Trail and her post The Reality of How We Do Nature Study.

Joyous Lessons makes The Case for a Non-fiction Home Library in her post. She gives a perfect example of how non-fiction can enrich your homeschool studies.

If you are looking for a way to enrich your highschool homeschool Dual Enrollment and Homeschool: What to Expect can help you find the way. Dual Enrollment during high school can save alot of time and money in the long run!

Learn about a new book called Talking Math with Your Kids. This book review by Let’s Play Math! will get you wanting to read it and get mathematical with your children!

That pretty much wraps up our Carnival of Homeschooling for this week. I hope you enjoyed the posts, I know I sure did! If you are enjoying the fall like I am, add a picture of your landscape when you make your comment!

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2 Comment

  1. Looks good! I thought I sent you a submission for this carnival. Did you get it? If not, I can save it for a future carnival. I’m just wondering.

  2. I don’t think I got it… Henry resent the submissions and I double checked… I am so very sorry!! 🙂

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