09 10

15 November 2009

Classical Homeschool Carnival #3

Classical Homeschooling Carnival

The Classical HS Carnival is growing! This time around we have 6 submissions to enjoy.

First, we have Brenda who generously shares her First E-book which includes thoughts about creating an "Atmosphere of Learning." She goes on to talk about reading to our children, nature study, and science. Her e-book is free, and posted at The Tie That Binds Us.

Speaking of reading to our kids, Autumn presents Are You Reading to Your Children? posted at Homeschooling In Kerrville. She says, "I remember how overwhelming it was when I first began cloth diapering. There were so many choices (and SO many more now!) and I had no idea where to start." In addition to some encouragement about read-alouds, Autumn also talks about narration and family worship.

Ritsumei presents an article excerpt and a little commentary: In Defense of Memorization posted at Baby Steps. Also from Ritsumei, we have some hands-on ideas for doing math and reading in the kitchen in School Food.

Rhonda shares their timeline wall hangings in Our Mystery of History Volume 2 Timeline posted at Living Water Christian Academy. These timelines document several years of history as well as providing a ready reference in the future.

Last, but certainly not least, we have Heidi who offers a peek into their Field Trip #7 ~ Thompson's Flour Mill posted at Mt. Hope Chronicles.

That concludes this edition. 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. Contact Ritsumei if you would like to be a host for this carnival.


Rhonda said...

I look forward to reading all of the submissions. :)

The Ties that Bind Us said...

THanks for hosting this carnival. I look forward to watching it grow!

Ritsumei said...

So glad you guys like it! The CHSC wouldn't be anything with out articles like yours. Thanks!

Tammy said...

This was a nice carnival. I hope to participate in the next one.

Ritsumei said...

Welcome, Tammy! I'm glad you like it and look forward to reading your article next time.


Blog Widget by LinkWithin