Hands-on Homeschool Carnival
photo from Harvest Moon by Hand
Ann shares her nature study with squirrels in an Outdoor Hour Challenge post over at Harvest Moon by Hand.
Lynn gives a list of nine different ways to use coloring pages in What to do with Coloring Pages… posted at Eclectic Education.
Shirley Ann uses the senses of hearing rather than a literal hands-on approach in Praise and Worship in the Home School posted at Bugs, Beetles and Barefoot Days.
photo from Confessions from a Homeschooler
You will not want to miss Erica’s WOW post. She and her children created a three tiered Rain Forest Diorama.
Miss Nirvana was inspired to get crafty after reading a living book: Book: Mardi Gras: A Cajun Country Celebration.
Jenn perry at Daze of Adventure had her children do cuneiform carvings. Their results are most impressive.
photo from Walking by the Way
If you’re in painting mood, be sure to checkout Ami’s posts:
Pamela took a trip to Joshua Tree National Park and blogged about it at Blah, Blah, Blog. Her photos of the desert are beautiful!
Mother Robin says, “This has been a successful way to combine math, culture, home arts and sneak in a writing assignment. She’ll do anything for the camera!” See for yourself at Cooking Mei’s Way: Chicken Tagine with Couscous.