Welcome to the December 15, 2009 edition of carnival of educators. This is an odd departure for the FreeHomeEd blog which works to bring you free resources for homeschooling your kids. In presenting this carnival, I bring your resources from all kinds of educators.
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(With 10 shopping day left to Christmas, I am adding some related gift suggestions)
With that said, here is the Carnival of Educators, A Carnival of Free Home Ed Resources:
Sarah Ebner, School Gate presents Does spelling matter? What teaching is really like - by a (rather depressed) teacher... posted at School Gate - Times Online - WBLG, saying, "Is this what teaching is really like? home-schoolers may differ.......
Andrea presents Hard to Find Homeschool Resource: Creative Writing at families.com homeschool blog.
Rachel Lynette presents Christmas Would You Rather Questions posted at Minds in Bloom, saying, "Great to use as writing prompts or discussion starters
Kerry Fletcher presents How to Save Money By Greening Your Home posted at Interior Design Info.
TIC presents Rid the World of Hunting and Pecking! posted at Technology In Class, saying, "TypingWeb is a free online typing tutor, rid the workd of hunting and pecking."
Jennifer Meyer presents 10 Most Selective Universities in the US posted at College Stats.org.
Tom Tessin presents Best Compare Text Books Websites posted at FCC Student Blog, saying, "Do you need to buy a textbook? Find out which places offer the best prices, and where you should compare."
Liam Goldrick presents The So-Called Boy Mystery posted at The Education Optimists.
Andrea Hermitt presents YouTube ads Education Hub posted at Education Headlines Examiner
Carol Richtsmeier presents My Sunny Disposition, Pell Grants & Pilgrims posted at Bellringers.
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