It’s not often that I get to write up the link list on any given week, since I only take over if there are five Fridays in a month. With just this one last day to spare, I got to write up a link list for December.
Can I just first take a moment, however, and thank all of you for reading what we write here at The Homeschool Classroom. If you like our site and have never passed along word about it – why not take a couple of minutes to share it with some friends? (Maybe on your blog, Facebook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, or even just by email.) I always love reading what our amazing writers have to say, but I have to admit to being particularly tickled by the posts this week. They were just exactly the kinds of things that I needed to be reading right now.
Here are some posts that I hope that you enjoy, I know I did!
Happy New Year! – SmallWorld
Need some great ideas for celebrating New Year’s Eve with kids tonight? Sarah has some great ideas that you can throw together now!
What the “Experts” Would Do Differently – Simple Homeschool
What a nice and refreshing chance to read what some seasoned homeschoolers say they would have changed.
New Year’s Kuka (aka Olie Bollen) – Raising Arrows
Want to celebrate New Year’s like Amy does? Check out this traditional tasty looking treat that she shared.
Post-It DNA Model – Journey Into Unschooling
What a cool way to learn about DNA! Who says you need all kinds of fancy and expensive equipment? Okay, fancy and expensive equipment might be nice, but this is a very low tech way to teach the basics of DNA.
New Year’s Resolutions Notebooking Pages – The Notebooking Fairy
Have you been to the new site from Jimmie (from Jimmie’s Collage)? If you haven’t, go take a look! And, while you’re at it, talk to the kids about New Year’s Resolutions with some free printables.
5:11 Groups – The Homeschool Village
Over at the Homeschool Village, they are organizing a way to bring homeschooler who may live far, far away a whole lot closer together.
How to Prepare Your Homeschooler for College – Five J’s
Great list of tips to think about for helping your homeschooler to get ready for the college experience.
Angie can be found writing at Many Little Blessings about faith, family, and household management. She is also the founder of The Homeschool Classroom and Catholic Mothers Online. She also wishes that she knew how to play guitar and that she was an artist.