Carnival of Homeschooling – Lincoln’s wisdom edition

Welcome to the Carnival of Homeschooling – Lincoln’s wisdom edition.

A study for the Lincoln Memorial sculpture by Leonard Wells Volk

A study for the Lincoln Memorial sculpture by Leonard Wells Volk

Tomorrow (February 12) is Abraham Lincoln’s 149th birthday. He was the 16th President of the United States, only just starting a second term when assassinated in 1865. He remains one of the most influential and beloved figures in US history. Perhaps this was in part because of his wisdom and wit which lives on in his quotes – quotes sprinkled throughout this edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling along with the collected wisdom and humor of this weeks carnival participants.

I’m a success today because I had a friend who believed in me and I didn’t have the heart to let him down.

Cindy tells us about Winter Homeschooling
Winter won’t last forever!  Until then, enjoy some creative learning time that keeps everyone from going stir-crazy. Via Our Journey Westward

My concern is not whether God is on our side; my greatest concern is to be on God’s side, for God is always right.

Kerin presents The Vocabuverse: You/Your/You’re
He has created an excellent resource for teaching kids/adults big words and grammatical concepts!  Posted at The Vocabuverse

Those who look for the bad in people will surely find it.

Rachael presents ~The Teetering Balance for the Homeschool Mama~
Homeschooling puts a certain amount of added pressure on the average family. In this blog post she attempts to honestly share her struggles, and some tips/tricks she has found helpful along the way! posted at DiAmOnDs In ThE rOuGh.

And in the end it is not the years in your life that count, it’s the life in your years.

April asks “I’m thinking about homeschooling. Where do I start?”
She has been asked several times how to start homeschooling, or where to find curriculum.  She usually has to go digging around for old emails to retrieve information already shared once.  She finally decided to create a blog post sharing some basic steps and resources for those considering homeschooling. Via ElCloud Homeschool: Busy Minds, Busy Hands, Busy Feet

Happy Elf Mom (Christine) shares her Secret Thoughts of a First-Year Homeschool Mom
All right, everybody.  I’ve started a blog and a Pinterest account. I’m ready to homeschool! via Homeschool and Etc.

I walk slowly, but I never walk backward.

Joy presents 24 Reasons to Homeschool Your Special Needs Child posted at Who’s learning? Who’s teaching?.

Natalie tells us about Made You Look by Sheri Graydon a review of a book about advertising written for kids. via Fill Your Bookshelf

I do not think much of a man who is not wiser today than he was yesterday.

Leah asks Is Your Homeschooling Joyful? Here’s a Resource to Help posted at As We Walk Along the Road.

Gina creates {Handicrafts} Busy Hands with Paper Sloyd Little Hands that create builds focus, attention and discipline. posted at my rubyslippers.

Celeste presents Schooling with Littles :: Our Daily Schedule posted at Joyous Lessons.

Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.

Monique shares some fun toddler activities Fun activities to keep your toddler busy while you Homeschool the older children. posted at living life and learning

Be sure you put your feet in the right place, then stand firm.

Annie asks Is There Life after Homeschooling? For those who transition well, the end of homeschooling is not only an ending but also a new beginning. That seems to make all the difference. Posted at Tea Time with Annie Kate

Henry says: The answer is YES! Henry writes that when parents ask if they should homeschool most of the time he would say YES. via Why Homeschool

Kathy wonders Do You Have These 9 Essential Leadership Traits? posted at Kathy Davis, FNP

And finally, Kathy of Homeschoolbuzz reviews the book Father Abraham: Lincoln and His Sons
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Whatever you are, be a good one.

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