Welcome to the first edition of Classical Homeschooling Carnival! I am excited about getting together some of the great posts about doing a classical education, and I think that we've got a great posts for this first edition. Around here it's just getting to be hot chocolate weather, so grab some and settle in for a good read.
Jessica presents School of Aletheia: Leaf Scrapbook posted at School of Aletheia. It's a fun idea and a presentation that is easy to do and easy to look at.
Dave Miller presents Slicing Up History When We Homeschool: Beyond Ancient/Medieval/Modern posted at The Homeschooling Physicist, saying, "My article discusses different ways of viewing world history and the various series of books we are using in our homeschooling for our world history curriculum."
Ritsumei presents Weekly Wrap-Up posted at Baby Steps. A quick look at our week with some thoughts about teaching phonics to the young learner.
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