Our family has experienced a lot of changes this year. The first six months have been pretty packed. For example, our oldest will soon be 18 years old and will "graduated" from Cate Academy. Our youngest will begin Kindergarten at Cate Academy.
This spring we moved out of our home for three months while our house underwent a major remodel. (Even two months later I’m still reaching for the light switches where they used to be.)
I took my son on his first Fathers and Sons camp out.
My work has had some major changes (long story, don't ask) in the first six months of 2012.
Homeschoolers are used to change. We are frequently in a state of flux. Our plans may change from moment to moment. So, sit back and enjoy the show while we look at some of the "changes" in this week's Carnival of Homeschooling.
Life is often changing, sometimes in unexpected ways. Mystie reminds us in Real Life that interruptions are the point, from Simply Convivial.
Lisa provides us with a glimpse into A day in the life of Homeschool Circus. This was their first official day of school; see how they organized (schedule) the day and what they did when a major curriculum derailment hit! Posted at: Homeschool Circus.
Sometimes people think that learning stops when school is out for the summer. In When Does Learning Stop? Chris reminds us that we learn every day and through that learning we expand our horizons. It is important to help our children experience the joy of learning in different ways so that they will be energized with the quest! Posted at: Home School vs. Public School.
In Home Spun Vignette #20 Cristina asks answers the questions “Which is more important? A clean house or busy, curious kids?” Posted at: Home Spun Juggling.
Books will always be important to homeschoolers.
Alasandra provides us with a short Book Review of Death Run by Jack Higgns, posted at Alasandra’s Homeschool Blog.
For generations, little boys have been making paper airplanes.
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Next week the carnival will be held at Raising Real Men.
We thank everyone who has helped out. Thank you to all the participants in this carnival. And thanks to all those who help promote the Carnival of Homeschooling