Welcome to the 97th Carnival of Homeschooling! This week, we are attending classes at Homeschool U, our own virtual university for homeschooling families. Each class is worth three course credits. Like homeschooling itself, these courses are designed to be taken at your convenience, anywhere you have access to a computer and your children are welcome. Attending courses here at Homeschool U entitles you to the right to display the accompanying graphic on your own blog, should you so choose.
For more information on homeschooling, feel free to leave comments here or on any of the participating blogs. Feel free to distribute this course guide via a link from your blog. This guide is underwritten by Why Homeschool, the owners of the Carnival of Homeschooling. For past issues, please refer to the archives hosted at their site. If you would like your course to be considered for future inclusion, a submission form is available for your convenience. The next carnival will be hosted by Nerd Family.
Next week's edition will be hosted by Elementary Chef . The theme is Thanksgiving - traditional or not-so-traditional...your choice. Send in your favorite Thanksgiving recipes to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org noon CST on Saturday.
The Make It From Scratch Blog Carnival participants regularly earn a reputation for being “The Bee’s Knees!” In the 1920s, the meaning behind this phrase shifted from “something very small” to “the height of excellence!” The following submissions offer morsels of wisdom which are sure to encourage and delight you.
Thank you, Stephanie of Stop the Ride!, for allowing us to host this week’s Carnival. And many thanks to all of our Busy Bees for your beeutiful posts. We wouldn’t hive such a nice place to comb without you lol Yes, well, ehem…
Enjoy bee-ing here this week. You are most welcome!
Laura Williams will be hosting next Tuesday’s edition of MIFS. Submissions can be made on Blog Carnival. Bee quick, though. The deadline is Sunday. Thank you again for coming by. It has been a pleasure hosting you.
HT to Home Spun Juggling for a link to Guys Read, a great site to help find books guys of all ages might be interested in reading.