Welcome to the March 16, 2010 edition of classical homeschooling carnival! We've got a number of great articles this month, and I think you're going to like them.
Barbara presents An 1890 Kindergarten Story Curriculum posted at Barbara Frank Online. She's found a lovely out-of-print book, and she and her husband have brought it back into print!
Linda walks us through her spelling lesson in Training6Hearts4Him: A Day with The Phonics Road to Spelling and Reading posted at Training6Hearts4Him. She includes a very cool "finger spelling" idea to make spelling a much more physical/visual activity.
Ritsumei shares their nature walk and other fun in A Busy Day on Baby Steps.
Sarah shares their work with bacteria and the scientific method in Fun with bacteria posted at Our Sunnyview - A Modern One-Room Schoolhouse. Looks like a memorable project!
Pamela presents Little things posted at Blah, Blah, Blog, saying, "Charlotte Mason's writings inspired me into incorporating nature study as an important part of our homeschool." She shares a few beautiful photographs of things that caught their eye on their nature walk.
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