Posts Tagged ‘ Carnival of Homeschooling ’

No Child Left Inside-COH

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Visit Corn and Oil to explore this week’s COH-No Child Left Inside
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COH- Common Room

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The Common Room did a splendid job of filling in for Dana at Principled Discovery and hosting the Carnival. You can explore all the posts here.  Great job Common Room and hugs and well-wishes to Dana!
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Join us for the Carnival of Homeschooling

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I’ve taken the plunge and will be hosting this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling here at HEM’s Guide to Resources.  I’ve been enjoying the submissions that have been coming in and look forward to those that will be coming in the rest of the week. I hope you will join us by submitting your post...
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Carnival of Homeschooling #70

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Carnival of Homeschooling #70: The Yes, No, Yes! Edition is hosted this week by Dewey’s Treehouse.
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Carnival of Homeschooling 54: Variety Pack

Carnival of Homeschooling 54: Variety Pack
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      Whenever I need to learn something really well, I teach it. That is what has brought me to you today. I need to remember and fully believe what has worked and what has not worked with helping my children to resolve conflict. Even among unschoolers it is not uncommon to hear that people are […]

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