The Carnival of Homeschooling

In a few short weeks, I’ll have my second homeschool graduate. Holey Socks!!!! Where has time gone?!

296819_2556677726035_61907784_n

I mean seriously! We used to have park dates and playground fun.

386989_2556696086494_442141605_n

We had spelling and multiplication.

hickoryatschool1

We had first days of school, and grammar.

398023_10200297869199161_730076204_n

Classroom mascots and distractions.

018ab-4

Then we moved to Alaska, where we had research projects

004ab-12

And rifle team.

560912_4958350966365_1319783022_n

And now here we are, a few short weeks away from our second graduation. I’m ordering announcements and collecting mailing addresses and still wondering where on earth the time went.

16

Thankfully we aren’t quite finished with our homeschooling adventure. Our youngest has a couple more years of homeschooling left, and so our journey will continue a little while longer, We’re not the only ones traveling along on this road.

Learn about the homeschooling adventures and live lessons from these other great posts.

From Why Homeschool – learn about the struggles a homeschool family faces when having to choose a school for their foster child.

Enjoy the week in the life of these homeschoolers at Alicia the Writer.

The Part-time Nanny shares tips on helping your distractible students.

Ever thought about being or looking for a mentor for your homeschooling? Learn about the great qualities of a homeschool mentor from At Home & School.

Take a peek at the fun learning going on at Tales of a Pee Dee Mama

At Diamonds in the Rough, see a lovely post about one homeschool mom’s many reasons to be thankful for homeschooling.

The Read Aloud Dad shares his thoughts on a lovely classic, that I remember reading as a kid.

At No Fighting, No Biting! learn about one of the perks of homeschooling – immediate progress “reports.”

Barbara Frank shares some free resources for your use on Economics and History.

Find an article comparing Public, Home & Online schools at Public School vs Home School.

The Homeschool Atheist Momma Blog shares tips on parenting a strong-willed teen.

 

WhateverImageA

Next week, you’ll find the next Carnival of Homeschooling hosted at MomSCHOOL

Want to learn more about the Carnival, or submit your own link? Find out HERE

Comments

  1. Karen says

    LOVE your post, LOVE watching your little guy become your bigger guy. Hate it that they grow so soon!
    Thanks for hostessing the carnival!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *