This week, I am hosting the Carnival of Homeschooling. I thought I would take a bit of a trip down memory lane.
Many moons ago I share this post on my old blog – it was actually one of my very first blog posts! I came across this and thought I would re-share it here, since it had a great recipe for SLIME – plus I can’t believe how much my kids have grown since then!
Jack & Josh being silly. (Jack is now a sophomore and Josh just graduated. Jack is actually THAT TALL now!)
And now for SCIENCE!
Jen doing an experiment to show differences in density… (She’s almost 21 now!)
Josh beginning a chemistry project, growing crystals.
Jack with his own chemistry experiment…..making SLIME! Instructions to follow…
Here are this week’s participants in the carnival:
- From Why Homeschool, Henry writes about a lunch conversation on homeschooling.
- From the Learning Curve we have Early Explorers Unit Study–Part 1
- From Petticoat Government we have Math fact progress & free addition facts book
- From the Homeschool Atheist Momma we have Teaching Things that I Don’t Know
- From Tea Time with Annie Kate we have Leave Some Good Books Lying Around
- From Barbara Frank we have Readiness Applies to Adults, Too
- From Housekeeping we have 25 of the Best Blogs for Decorating Pumpkins for Fall
And here are a few more posts from around the web for your homeschooling pleasure!
- 10 More Annoying Homeschool Questions from Global Student Network.
- Mama Monday: Homeschool Classroom for Preschoolers from Mama’s Blissful Bites
- Seven Words Spoken in Haste from Homeschool Creations
- Crocheting and Geometry from the Homeschool Math Blog
- Classification of Living Things from Homeschool Escapade
- Homeschooling Caddy from Planner Perfect
- 15 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Mess With A Homeschool Mom from the Homeschool Diaries
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