Dana has the 97th Carnival of Homeschool: Welcome to Homeschool U!
She’s done a great job (as always) and there’s some good stuff to be found. Some things that piqued my interest:
The DHM on Charlotte Mason. I’m more and more drawn to this method in conjunction with the classical emphasis on history, and this quote from DHM emphasizes why:
“Charlotte Mason didn’t want to focus on the faculties, but on the whole child. She wanted children to receive vital knowledge, facts beautifully clothed in their informing ideas, the best result of a good education, she felt, was a person who cared about knowledge in as many fields as possible- broad and generous, to use her phrase.”
At lunablog, you’ll find very helpful tips on the exploring and discovering the wonders of nature in 19 can-do nature walk variations. As soon as the casts are off Little Miss, we’re going back to our weekly nature preserve visits and I can’t wait to use some of these tips.
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Barb at the Heart of Harmony (whose fine arts curriculum we’re using) has tips for visiting an art museum.
And finally,one of the many thoughtful quotes posted at Let’s Play Math. Who knew mathmeticians could be so profound?
Nothing produced such odd results as trying to get even.