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31 October 2011

Classical Homeschooling Carnival #20

Hello! Welcome to another Classical Homeschooling Carnival! I'm so glad you could come! Here are our entries for this Halloween edition:

AnnieKate, of Tea Time with Annie Kate, shares some of their Favorite Living History Authors. She mentions Laura Ingalls Wilder, a favorite of ours, and then goes on to list a whole slew of folks I'm going to have to check out. Looks like there's some good reading out there!

Kristen enjoys a little mathematical irony in her post, Ecstasy in Math, at  Teaching Stars.

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Here at Baby Steps, I wrote Beautiful Math about some awesome things to do in math that I'd never really considered might actually be math before.

Melanie shares her efforts to get their third foreign language - Chinese - up and running in their school, with tips on what did and did not work for them in Learning Chinese Mandarin as a Second or Third Language over at Mel's Mouthful on Mothering.

That's it for this time - but don't forget to come back next month and enter your own post in our carnival, as well as read what others have shared with us. You can browse the previous editions of the carnival either by using the index, or by looking around here on Baby Steps. I hope you enjoyed the carnival, and thank you to our contributors!

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