"'Education is the Science of Relations'; that is, that a child has natural relations with a vast number of things and thoughts: so we train him upon physical exercises, nature lore, handicrafts, science and art, and upon many living books, for we know that our business is not to teach him all about anything, but to help him to make valid as many as may be of––
'Those first-born affinities,
That fit our new existence to existing things.'"

Charlotte Mason, A Philosophy of Education
with a quote from The Prelude by William Wordsworth

Monday, March 30, 2009

Hands On Homeschool Carnival, 5th edition

Are you relaxing with a nice cup of tea by your computer? I hope so because this Hands On Homeschool Blog Carnival is so full of fabulous ideas you will want to savor them as much as your favorite comfort drink. Please leave comments as you go, and when you try a project visit again to leave a link to your post about it!

Hands On Art and Art Appreciation:

Julie Moses presents Chinese Dragons posted at Kids Art Projects and Lessons at Ms. Julie's Place.

Brenda presents Renaissance Artists posted at The Tie That Binds Us.

Pam Barnhill presents Art Galore! posted at Everday Snapshots Explores Homeschooling.

Hands On History:

Shannon presents Colonial Days and The American Revolution posted at Song of My Heart.

~Kris~ presents Step-by-Step: Making Knights' Shields posted at Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers.

Hands On Creative Writing:

Dana presents Tall Tall Tall Tales posted at school for us.

Hands On Science:

Mouse presents Make your own solar cookies posted at The Science Mouse.

*Kris* presents Studying the Heart posted on At Home Science.

Hands On Foreign Language:

Cherylinma presents Language Lessons posted at Talking to Myself - Homeschool Blogger.

Hands On Projects That Work for Many Subjects:

Brenda presents Clown of God and the Renaissance posted at The Tie That Binds Us.

Christie presents Fabric Crayon How-to posted at Boys+ Academy.

Dana presents Homeschooling and learning things more deeply posted at Principled Discovery.

Martha presents Zoo Fun posted at Sunrise to Sunset.

How this carnival has grown after only five editions, and what outstanding bloggers are submitting. Thank you all--what gems are here! If you are interested in submitting an article, see the submission guidelines on Cherylinma's blog, Talking To Myself.


Cheryl said...

Wow, there are quite a few entries now that I see them all together. We have had some fabulous bloggers join us in our first five editions haven't we? Thank you for hosting! It looks great.

Ms. Julie's Place said...

Ok, so I am trying to figure out the kite possibilities for the dragon.
I will post a tutorial soon. I am thinking glue batik and fabric windsock re purposed as a kite. If you come up with something before that be sure to let me know because the idea really intrigues me!

PS Thanks so much for the carnival. It looks FABULOUS!(done with best lispiness ;-) )

The Ties that Bind Us said...

Thank you so much for submitting! I'm back from a mini vacation and cant wait to read all of these.

Kris said...

For the kite, I was only thinking of elongating and straightening the tail, and attaching the string to the top and bottom of the dragon's body. Your idea is much more creative and lasting! Or maybe if it flies with paper I could make another one with some type of more durable material, like cloth.

Shannon said...

Thanks so much for hosting this edition. Can't wait to read all the entries!