Learning takes place even on Christmas Vacation!
Henry's daughter writes about her many learning activities while on Christmas "vacation." at Why Homeschool.
Christmas is over and it's time to start the New Year and a New Season!
Barbara shares some fun and challenging Your New Year's Resolutions (Just Thought I'd Help!) at Barbara Frank
Tawnee writes about 52 Homeschool Tips for Every Homeschooler - #1 Start the Year Out Right!! at Adventures in Homeschooling
Monique shares some ideas to get over the January blues in your homeschool at Living Life and Learning
Are Homeshcooled Kids Genius’s? Jennifer doesn’t think so, but the parent’s prove pretty terrific!
Every season could use a good Field Trip or two!Meg, author of Adventures with Jude shares how Jude's little brother Damien often sits with them while Jude does his schoolwork, but Damien is now an official homeschooler. Damien's First Day of School
Leah shares about their latest sweet and satisfying Field Trip at As We Walk Along the Road
Natalie at Fill Your Bookshelf describes their trip to the North East Conservation Park for their latest gathering of Outdoor Adventure Group, and an attempt to provide an opportunity for learning from Nature.
Most of us are constantly looking at educational helps, ideas and resources regardless of the Season!
Karyn at Teach Beside Me shares lots of great hands on activities at Playing With Words.
Mindy at DenSchool shares free resources to help plan fun,educational activities to honor Martin Luther King, Jr.
Nadene shares their 2013 famous artist and art timeline at Practical Pages. Some links to good art study posts are included.
Susan looks at Delight Directed Middle School Science? at Homeschooling Hearts and Minds. This is the main post of the 2nd edition of the 2013 Virtual Curriculum Fair for homeschoolers. This week's topic is: Discovering Patterns: Mathematics, Logic, and Science
Learning for Mastery: Some Practical Issues at Tea Time with Annie Kate.
Gary shares How to Become an Uncshooler at Homeschool Buzz and includes a great list of books to peruse if you are interested in unschooling!
Jamie shares 7 Steps to Making great Homeschool Writers at Momschool
Of course, NO discussion about homeschooling would be complete without mentioning books!
The Homeschool Buzz looks at Books for dealing with learning challenges that might be particularly helpful to homeschoolers
Mystie shares a book review at Book Review: Uncovering the Logic of English by Denise Eide that looks at Phonics and spelling instruction for intuitive and logical thinkers and teachers
And lastly, Phylliss and Mara offer some spiritual insight.Phyllis talks about Keeping Your Vents Open at and Mara encourages us to Meditate Day and Night.
What's next?The Cates have kept the Carnival of Homeschooling going through many seasons! Stop by their blog and say, "Hi!" And don't forget to join next week's Carnival, hosted by Alessandra's Blog.
Thanks for stopping by! Wishing you the best homeschooling season ever!