Drat. Well, anyhow, the 7th Homeschooling Country Fair is now up and running, with a slew of interesting-looking posts to check out.
Archive for the ‘Carnivals’ Category
The impressive weekly roundup of education-related posts is hosted this week by its founder, The Education Wonks. My Margaret Spellings post is there, along with a couple of other posts addressing her Daily Show appearance.
There was a lively conversation about the Spellings interview in the comments here, in case you missed it.
This week’s CoH is up at About Homeschooling. It’s like visiting Alaska, sort of.
Insignificant bit of trivia: I just realized that I hosted both the 73rd Carnival of Homeschooling (last week) and the 73rd Carnival of Education (last July). This was a coincidence. But I am officially signing up to host the 73rd Carnival of Children’s Literature right now. Since those are monthly, not weekly, and we’re only on number 14 so far, I guess I’ll be seing you in about five years. Wow, five years. Do you think we’ll still be blogging?
The May edition of the Carnival of Children’s Literature is up at Chicken Spaghetti! Hats off to Susan for another terrific job.
Tomorrow (Tuesday) I’ll be hosting the Carnival of Homeschooling over at Lilting House. See you then.
Mama Squirrel hosts this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling at Dewey’s Treehouse. Looks like a good one.
This month’s Carnival of Children’s Literature is fabulously hosted by Jen Robinson—don’t miss it!
…to the Carnival of Toddlers at Sweetness and Light!
Who would have believed it possible? Head over to Why Homeschool and check out the Tax Day edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling. Just as soon as you get your own taxes in the mail, of course!
**Whoops! Wrong link yesterday! Fixed now! Thanks, Karen! You can always count on your Best Cyberbuddy to watch your back!**