Carnival of Homeschooling – Back to school

Here at the Davis home, we are busy planning our school year after a nice summer break from routine. We know you are all busy too but a few homeschoolers took the time to send us a post for the carnival.

Technology In Homeschool Education is Here to Stay

Technology, how homeschoolers are using it, how parents need to keep up, and what to do to keep up and keep safe.

Technology in Homeschool Education is Here to Stay

Rise of the Machines: We live in a technological age. According to the Pew Research Center at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, 93% of teens surveyed have, or have access to, a computer at home. Additionally, 95% of teens are online according to the same report.

Free Pioneer Activities!

Taz says: The fifth book in the Our America history series is out!  Finn & Ginny’s parents are lost back in time, and the two young twins have decided to take a fifth trip back to early America to search for them. The author has prepared some free activities to go with the book, but these activities can be used with any unit on the Pioneers.  Here is a link to the pdf of free pioneer Activities.

Summer “School” for the Whole Year

Why do we work so hard to get kids back into “school” mode? I did my best learning in summer.

10 Must-Have Items for Homeschooling

After 16+ years of homeschooling, these are the top “must-have” things that we use consistently, year after year.

When Homeschool Speakers Forget Jesus

What Kendra forgot when the room was empty, and what you, too, need to remember every day.

It’s Back To Home-School Time!

What Keri and family will be using in their home-school this year.

What do you value?

Janine shares how what she values lead her to homeschooling.

Mind your manners.

Kathy shares some good advice about teaching manners and introduces us to a “Presidential” resource on manners.

That’s all for this week’s Carnival of homeschooling. There’s a new carnival every week so if you want to participate, it’s easy to do. To submit your blog post, send the following info to carnivalofhomeschooling at gmail.com

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Submissions are due by 6:00 PM (PST) on the Monday evening of each week. It will be greatly appreciated if the submissions come in earlier. You can do this every week, so participate often.

 

 

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