Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Carnival of Homeschooling Week 121 Has Been Published

The Carnival of Homeschooling Week 121 was published today at Principled Discovery.

I have an entry in this blog carnival.

There are a lot of entries in this blog carnival. It provides a lot of homeschool-related reading (and its free, too).

If you have a blog or a website and write about homeschooling I encourage you to consider submitting an entry to this weekly blog Carnival. For information on how to make a submission, see here.

Enjoy!

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2 comments:

HomeGrown Life said...

I am sorry I missed the carnival. I will have to keep myself better informed!

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