Have you ever noticed how thankfulness is waning in our culture? From t-shirts to sit-coms the prevailing attitude is “me first.” I hope during this Giving Thanks holiday… that we can each find gratefulness and thanksgiving in our hearts. I for one am very thankful for all the great submissions I received this week. Take time to read through them, there is a lot of great stuff here… and it might even inspire a bit of thankfulness for that great endeavor we each have in common… homeschooling!
Let’s start off this carnival with a bang while Read Aloud Dad shares with us The Explosive Power of Reading Aloud.
Are you thankful for your family? I am so thankful for mine… with six children of my own, I appreciated this next submission.
Barb @ barbarafrankonline asks why people have such issues with large families in Fertility: The Greatest Crime?
A great way to really get your children to see others and other people’s needs is to get them involved in their community; here is a great submission along those lines.
Laura @ Lauragraceweldon encourages us to involve our children in the community with Bringing Kids Back to the Commons.
Be thankful for every minute… of every day…
Time Value is presented by Sage Parnassus… something we should be thankful for and cherish more dearly than we do.
Pamela helps us be thankful that there is More Than One Way to go through life at Blah, Blah, Blog.
Dave @ Home School Dad reminds us to listen to encouraging words in Puppy Uppers.
Great education starts with great ideas… here are a few to help put some oomph in your homeschooling.
Learn how to use The Illuminated Manuscript to teach children cursive writing with help from Allia at Homeschool HappyMess.
Home Spun Juggling points out in Spelling is Correct that only homeschoolers spell it “homeschooling.”
How about a “twist” on an oldie but goodie science experiment… Mary tells us about it in Science Fair – Tornado alley at Winecup Christian Academy.
Here’s something to be thankful for… What to do with a kid who loves math? This is posted by Alicia at Daily Creativity.
Carol lets us have a peek at how to Study Physics with Skyrail from Everything Home with Carol.
Kathi shares her story about how learning can take place in very “out of the box” ways. Check out Food Allergies, Robots, and Sick Kids over at Homeschool Online.
In Tangents and more Annette tells us how thankful she is for the freedom to “go on a tangent” while homeschooling at A Net in Time.
Margot reminds us that we can learn all the time in DOCTOR KABOOM from Learning beyond the Book.
Ann gives us a peek at the Black Capped Chickadee over at Harvest Moon by Hand.
You can get a glimpse of how to implement the Charlotte Mason method in How We Implemented the Charlotte Mason Method over at Olive Plants around My Table.
Annie Kate shares her story of “early to bed early to rise” effectiveness with Get Going Early in the Morning at Tea Time with Annie Kate.
Amy @ Our Homeschooling Resources Introduces the Concept of Rhyme in homeschooling.
Mama Squirrel presents a cool math hands on experiment In which the chambered nautilus flunks the test (a math lesson for Crayons) posted at Dewey’s Tree house.
Chris helps us see that we are educating our children from the day they are born in When to Start Homeschooling over at Home school vs. Public School.
Leah helps us see another great way to have Bible Review Time at The Faugh Family of Four.
Ever wonder what it’s like to feed bovines? Check out Lisa’s post Work LOVE over at Golden Grasses.
Kelly tells us about her Box of Goodies:Loving and Learning from Our Nature Exchange over at The Homeschool Co-op.
Have you noticed Our Kids Are Using More Digital Devices for Longer than Ever? Check out this informational post from K5 Learning.
Angela shows us how thankful we can be for kids learning through experience in Play Dough- Team Gray at her blog Team Gray.
Want a glimpse into a homeschooling family’s daily life? Check out North Laurel Home and School in their post Week Before Thanksgiving -Week #16.
Linda gives us an incredible story that will definitely cause us to be thankful that we homeschool on why You Should say Yes if Your Child Asks to be Homeschooled on her blog Parent at the Helm.
I just want to say, I am so thankful for all of the great articles that came in. I enjoyed reading through each one, and I hope that you did too!
Happy Thanksgiving to each of you!