May 24, 2011

The Carnival of Homeschooling : Flag Edition

Flowers on Trees and Flag

Welcome to The Flag Edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling! If you are new to ‘blog carnivals’, please read the link at the bottom of this post to find out more. This post has many links that take you off-site to other homeschool blogs where you can read their ‘showcased’ article submission. If you would like to submit an article for a future carnival or host the carnival on your site, please see the bottom section to find out how. Each carnival writer has the option to put their compilation to a ‘theme’ if they so choose. I'm sure with Memorial Day coming up, I hope you enjoy these flag pictures I've stolen, er - borrowed to share with you.

THE FLAG EDITION GRAPHIC (Feel free to share if you post about this carnival and link to this post):

The Carnival of Homeschool: Flag Edition

Here are the credits for the great photos in this graphic... so be sure to snag this code or point your readers back here:

1. Cost of Freedom, 2. Sail Boston Event, 3. 219; Happy Flag Day!, 4. cww3, 5. Flag, 6. rustyflag

It's time to wave our flags and cook out on the deck in the summer sun... slather on the sunscreen and enjoy an extra day off this coming weekend. How does your family celebrate Memorial Day? Do you have a war hero in your family line? Do you have a unit study planned this week -- a craft to make -- a good book to read? Share it in the comments with us!

hodge flag

A Holy Experience
When What You've Got Doesn't Seem Like Enough

The Thinking Mother
Taking the Iowa Standardized Test

Homeschool Mo
2011 Summer Reading Programs for Kids

Sprittibee
How the South Won the Civil War

flying the flag

Parent at the Helm
 The U.S. Department of Education is Breaking the Law; Pass It On


Why Homeschool
Fun Video: Homeschooler Meets Debbie Downer

The Homespun Life
Homeschooling in the Kitchen

ATC 7-08 - USA

Brighton Park
Pride and Prejudice and Marriage

Sage Parnassus
Basket Weaving Mouse

Do More With Software
Touch Typing Key To Success

The Expanding Life
When Sleeping Was the Enemy

You Capture-Shapes

Habits for a Happy Home
Helpful Homeschool Habits

Read Aloud Dad
How to Engage Your Boy in Reading

Letters from Nebby
Discerning Learning Styles

salt dough map flags UP

Tea Time with Annie and Kate
Homeschool Moms are More Visible


Simple Debt-Free Finance
Games to Tech Children About Money

Learn to Read Music
How to Read Sheet Music

Homeschool Online Blog - Parent and Community Forum
How in the World are YOU?

cww3

Nutrition for Healthy Kids: You Are What You Eat!
Lesson 5: Sweeteners - Splenda

Creek and Mesa Web Journal
Growing Wild; Creek and Mesa Web Journal

Blah, Blah, Blog
Moab, Jeeps and Arches

No Fighting, No Biting!
Whoops!

ussrazorback

The Common Room
Sheltering and Weird Homeschoolers

Amy Broadmoore
15 Delightful Summertime Stories

The Notebooking Fairy
Vocabulary Notebook Pages

cww1_sm

Listening Ears
Inside the Child

Nirvana Homeschooling
Addition with a Soroban Abacus

The Homeschool Post
Tips for the Perpetually Late, Disorganized, Stressed-Out Mom

I Take Joy!
Perfect! Not a Word High on My Vocabulary List for Life

rustyflag

My Home Sweet Home
Fear of Failure, Fear of Flying

Barbara Frank Online
Homeschooled Kids and Rebellion


The Homeschool Chick
The Homeschool Mother's Journal

Daze of Adventure
Tips for Attending Homeschool Conventions

Cloudy day

Want to learn more about The Carnival of Homeschooling? Click the links below:

- What is it all about?
- Where can I find it in the future?
- Where do I submit an article for the Carnival of Homeschooling?

Carnival of Homeschooling

If you participate in the carnival, we encourage you to use the carnival button and link back to the Cate’s blog. We honor their diligence at making the Carnival of Homeschooling a great success, and appreciate all of their support to the homeschool community.

Happy homeschooling!



Credits: All photos in this post are linked back to the photographer's site or flickr album. Click through to visit them directly. In some browsers you can hover over them to get more info.

5 comments:

Annie Kate said...

Love all those flags!

It looks like another great carnival. Thanks for putting it together.

Annie Kate

Linda said...

Thanks for hosting this week...looks great. Enjoy your weekend!

Maureen said...

Thanks for hosting! I love your photos! Have a great Memorial Day weekend!

Anonymous said...

Yes!! Thanks for the flags!

Barbara Frank said...

Many thanks for hosting the carnival and for including my post.

 

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