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Friday, December 30, 2011

The Virtual Curriculum Fair Starts Monday!

Wow, the end of the year just flew by and we’re getting ready to ring in the new year with the Virtual Curriculum Fair! Each Monday in the month of January, grab a hot cup of tea (or coffee or hot cocoa) and take a break to read about how other Mamas are educating their kiddos at home. We hope to inspire you and maybe give you some ideas for the new year.

For a list of the topics for each week, click this link or the 2012 Virtual Curriculum Fair tab at the top of my blog.

In the meantime, here are the participants so you can visit and get to know them better. ;0)

Each of these ladies will be sharing some in depth info on how they do what they do.

Susan @ Homeschooling Hearts & Minds

Janet @ I Blog 4 Boys

Melissa @ Grace Christian School

Brenda Emmett @ Garden of Learning

Tristan @ Our Busy Homeschool

Leann @ Montessori Tidbits

Angie @ Petra School

Lori @ NotSoSuperwoman’s Homeschool, Reviews and More

Laura O in AK @ Day by Day in Our World

Debra @ Footprints in the Butter

LP @ JustPitchingMyTent

Nicole @ Schooling in the Sun

Leah Courtney @ The Courtney Six Homeschool Blog

Kristen H. @ Sunrise to Sunset

Cindy Horton @ Fenced in Family

Christine @ Our Homeschool Reviews

Lynn @ Ladybug Chronicles

Sarah @ Casteluzzo - in search of a dream to call home

Jesse @ Orange Marmalade Mama

Jessica @ Modest Mama

Lori Boling @ Loving Learning at Home

Christine @ Crunchy Country Catholic

Alexis Love @ Love Life

Cindy Lemay @ For One AnotherLink

Jennifer @ a glimpse of our life

Debbie Phillips @ Debbie’s Digest

Christa Darr @ Fairfield Corner Academy: The Story of Our Life

Dawn @ tractors & tire swings

Missouri Mama @ Ozark Ramblings

Joelle @ Homeschooling for His Glory

Pam @ Pam and Everyday Snapshots

2 comments:

  1. What a great group of bloggers up there! I'm excited for the curriculum fair, not only for a time to share what we are doing - but to re-focus, look at our goals, and see how my resources are helping to meet those needs. . . . . I'm excited!

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  2. I'm excited too, Angie! This is the time of year when I always feel a little bit of fizzle and frazzle. It's good to step back and take a look at how our "plans" are actually working in action.

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