Justin Gee presents Ebb and Flow Hydroponics Build posted at Needs Citation, saying, "A hydroponics project is a great way to spend time with your child and teach them the basics of gardening at a small scale - even in the winter!"
Kelly @ The Homeschool Co-op presents Practical Life Skills: The Homeschooling Edge posted at The Homeschool Co-op.
Sarah presents Birdmen posted at All That's Goood.
Mike the Gardener presents Combining Vegetable Gardening with School Curriculum posted at Mike the Gardener Enterprises, LLC, saying, "Do you have school aged children? Are you a vegetable gardener? Imagine if you were able to combine the fun and reward of vegetable gardening with the education your child receives in school? I was thinking about this the other day and wanted to do some research on the topic. As a father of two and an avid vegetable gardener, to me the possibilities of combining the two, seemed like a no brainer."
Annette presents Back to Homeschooling posted at A Net in Time, saying, "It is helpful to be organized as well as to be flexible. :)"
Pamela Jorrick presents Teacher Vs. Facilitator posted at Blah, Blah, Blog.
Laura Grace Weldon presents How The “10,000 Hour” Rule Can Benefit Any Child posted at Laura Grace Weldon, saying, "Every day our children are living examples of the 10,000 hour rule. It has to do with success, and applies whether they have one all-consuming interest or simply learn as our homeschoolers do."
Pamela Jorrick presents OCD Meets ADHD- My Post Holiday De-Cluttering posted at Blah, Blah, Blog, saying, "When home, school and creative space all intersect in one place, periodic de-cluttering is more important than ever. My entire family is seeing the benefit of our efforts at letting go of the old and making way for the new."
jenafer presents Homeschool Tech Activity: EASY Stop Motion Videos and a Challenge Activity posted at Cage Free Monkeys.
Karyn Tripp presents Crayon Painting posted at Teach Beside Me.
Jennifer Bardsley presents Math Without Worksheets | Teaching My Baby To Read posted at Teaching My Baby To Read, saying, "Looking for a free way to expand your child's math skills? Every once in a while, try having your child write about her mathematical thinking. It's harder than it looks."
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