31 March 2010

Classical Homeschooling Carnival #9




Welcome to the Spring's First Flowers edition of Classical Homeschooling Carnival. Around here, it's just barely spring, and we found the first flowers - crocuses - of the season just this week. I was so excited to see them; they're such a nice break from all the winter-brown we've got right now, so I'm sharing a few with you in the carnival.



DeputyHeadmistress provides some food for thought in The Common Room: The Power to Act, David Hicks and Norms and Nobility Discussion posted at The Common Room.

Pamela shares her efforts in her garden in My Brownish / Green Thumb posted at Blah, Blah, Blog.

Ritsumei presents Nature Study: Spring here at Baby Steps, in which you can see more pictures of the nature walk where we discovered the crocuses.



That concludes this edition, but not my love of crocuses. After a long winter, they're such a welcome sight! Share what you love about classical homeschooling: submit your blog article to the next edition of Classical Homeschooling Carnival using our carnival submission form.

Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.



2 comments:

Dorine said...

I love the crocuses!!! They are beautiful. the flower pictures you take are amazing too. How cool to have the whole world to photograph!!

Ritsumei said...

I was so excited when I saw those crocuses! You are so right: there are sooo many beautiful things to look at.

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