Welcome to the February 15, 2010 edition of classical homeschooling carnival! We've been under the weather, but are beginning to feel better and there's a lovely bunch of posts in the carnival for some much-needed inspiration.
Lisa presents WR: Hit the Books posted at Golden Grasses, saying, "Ritsumei invited me to submit to the carnival and I am delighted to do so = )." She shares a week in review, including a historical reenactment, cast party, and excitement over new books.
Tonia shares her answer to the question, "How do you know what to teach?" in The Well-Trained Mind as our Homeschooling Travel Guide posted at The Sunny Patch. She tells how she learned to look beyond boxed curriculum and textbooks in order to meet her children's needs.
Ritsumei presents Why Does Snow Melt? posted at Baby Steps, saying, "We had a great time discovering a little about why snow melts and what happens to water when it gets cold."
Dave remains delightfully non-partisan as he presents Homeschooling Political Philosophy:Natural Rights – “We Hold These Truths to Be Self-Evident…” posted at The Homeschooling Physicist, saying, "I discussed why homeschoolers should teach their kids the importance of the idea of natural rights."
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