Sunday, August 26, 2007

August 26th Updated Carnivals


Carnival of Education --"The 133rd midway of The Carnival of Education (hosted this week by The Red Pencil) has opened the midway for your educational enjoyment." 8/22

Carnival of Homeschooling --the 86th edition can be found at the The Homeschoolbuzz. (8/21)

Carnival of Personal Finance--Edition 116 is now available at Free Money Finance. (8/26)

Make it from scratch! --#27 is here at my site this week!


Tangled Bank --# 86 is at Fish Feet, dated 8/14.


Carnival of Principled Government --The August 19th edition (#12) is at Principled Discovery. My entry is What Do These Things Have in Common? Choice.


Carnival of Children's Literature --July's edition is at Saints and Spinners. My entry is the Review of Children's Book "The Lightning Thief."

Country Fair --look for it the 3rd Monday of each month. The 8th is now open. I had two entries, How Homeschooling My Kids Frees Me, Too. andWe Call It “Gardenschooling”. From the blog: "The 9th Country Fair is Coming! But it will be coming in September. Look for updates here soon. (Seems August is everyone's vacation month, including mine). You have an extra month to submit an entry. Septermber's Theme will be "Not Back To School" "

Festival of Trees --the current one is Lucky 13. The August carnival is published at Via Negativa: In Katydid Time.

Garden Fest --The August 15th edition, Last Days of Summer, is hosted at the Joyful Gardener. My submission is Tobacco Hornworms Strike.

Learning in the Great Outdoors --The 5th carnival, for August, just came out at The Miss Rumphius Effect. My two entries are Return of the Snake and the Odd Egg Update.

Unschooling Voices --The 9th carnival is here. It's from back in June. My entry was How Homeschooling My Kids Frees Me Too. Due to a family emergency, #10 is planned for October 1st, so you can keep sending your submissions in to

These are all listed in my sidebar with links to either the carnival owner's site or the site that lists the past, current and future editions.

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