Wow! What an awesome response there's been this month: seven posts, where the previous record was, I believe, four. Well, seven submissions that actually pertain to homeschooling. I've had as many as 50+ articles submitted, but only keep the ones that are actually relevant.
Before I get on with the show, I wanted to invite people to let me know if you're interested in hosting the carnival. I'm nearing the end of my pregnancy, and although the Carnival doesn't take tons of time to set up, I'm not getting much computer time right now, due to threatened pre-term labor that has me taking naps nearly every day, rather than blogging while my son sleeps. I suspect that the newborn period will also be a challenging time, and that my blogging may continue to suffer! So if you'd like to host in August or September, drop me a line.
Pamela presents Books, Books, Books posted at Blah, Blah, Blog. Check out that home library while you ponder her thoughts on books and reading.
Elizabeth shares Learning Letters a resource she created for her son and generously shares with us, posted at Learn Live Laugh, saying, "A great resource for moms of children ages 0-5 who want to make every day full of fun, exciting, educational activities for their children."
Tracy's been working overtime and presents Math Learning Field Trip Ideas for Homeschoolers and Homeschool co-opsposted at Math Learning, Fun & Education Blog : Dreambox Learning.
That Resource Team presents June 1 - Learning Cards for European History posted at That Resource Site.
Ritsumei shares a bit of planning and reworking of schedules in Ready, Set... posted here at Baby Steps.
Irene gives encouragement for those feeling wounded by constant criticism in Home Schooling and Socialization posted at Irene Reardon.
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