The Thinking Mother presents How the Transition is Going for Homeschooling This Year.
Green Darner's Corner presents Tree Walk. "We went on a walk in our woods to study trees."
Quirkymomma.com presents Activities for learning.
Homegrownmommy.com presents How To Make Your School Year More Successful!
The Architect and The Artist presents Working and Homeschooling?
Home Spun Juggling presents Settling into a New Homeschooling Year.
NerdMom presents MathStart! posted at Nerd Family Things .
There's a lot of chattering and chirping and tweeting going on.
Adventures in the 100 Acre Wood presents Prelude to a Blog - Review and Giveaway.
Why Homeschool let us know that longtime unschooling supporter Pat Farenga was recently on television talking about unschooling.
Then there's the artistic approach to animals:
Jimmie presents Make or Draw a Giraffe, which inspired Giraffe Scratch, posted at Kids Art Projects and Lessons at Ms. Julie's Place.
ChoosyHomeschooler Blog presents Been Singing the Blues When it Comes to Teaching Musical Subjects? Capture Your Child?s Attention with Engaging Games and More!
Craft Stew presents Printable Toys For Young Children.
Growing An Alligator takes some courage, and so does homeschooling...and parenting. (Thanks to The Mac Rak.)
Learning at Home presents No More TV. "Getting rid of the TV was a little harder than I imagined!"
Earnest Parenting presents Drawing Lines in the Sand.
Colleen Palat presents School Anxiety: The Warning Signs and What to Do.
The Frugal Homeschooling Mom presents Why Do I Homeschool? Reason #18 – Just Joining the Crowd.
Corn and Oil presents A Contrast in Attitude- Public Online School and Homeschooling.
Beverly’s Homeschooling Blog (About.com) asks, "Does your family support homeschooling?"
Some of us prefer finding critters in books to finding them in the bathtub.
Although not specifically aimed at homeschoolers, September is National Literacy Month - Free Resources! at Bur Bur & Friends: Community Park offers some interesting reading-related downloads.
Classroom Jr. presents Dr. Seuss Activities and Lesson Plans.
Barbara Frank Online presents Losing Control & Liking It. "A veteran homeschool mom reviews a book she wishes had been published before her kids became teens."
I Want to Teach Forever presents A Dangerous Book for Your Classroom Library.
The Reluctant Homeschooler presents Exploring Social Injustice through Literature "After cramming my high school son full of classics, some not so interesting to read, I've changed my approach. This year he will be reading some little-known books, but they are interesting and impactful, and will take him into worlds of poverty, slavery, and social injustice that most of us are blissfully unaware of. It's a dose of hardship and real life for much of the world's population. And it's eye-opening."
Petticoat Government presents Two languages are better than one. "A father who's been speaking German to his homeschooling children since they were born gives a list of reasons--some quite funny if you understand German--why he wants them to be bilingual."
Momma Skyla presents Particle Motion with Preschoolers.
But there are times of quiet and reflection as well.
Special Needs Homeschooling presents The chronically tired parent.
Homeschooler Cafe' presents Teaching a Biblical Worldview. And Pajama School Blog presents God's Ways are Clearly Seen and Understood - or not?
Homeschooling in Kerrville presents 5 Things You Must Teach Your Children.
Our Curious Home presents Some Learning has been going on, but is it what I meant to teach?
Notes From A Homeschooling Mom presents Why I am not against using teachers in homeschooling.
Alasandra's Homeschool Blog discusses the recent Presidential speech to schoolchildren.
Independent Learning and Home Schooling reflects on independent learning and Grandma Moses.
This concludes our Critters and Creatures Carnival of Homeschooling. Next week's carnival will be hosted by Apollos Academy. Thanks to the Cates at Why Homeschool for keeping it all going!
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All photos taken by Mr. Fixit and Ponytails. Images copyright 2009 Dewey's Treehouse.