Welcome to this November edition of the Hands On Homeschool Blog Carnival.
First we're going to stop over at All Things Beautiful. Phyllis and the family have been busy this month. She is sharing three posts with us including The Plague Spreads in which the kids get an excellent visual in a hands on activity, In Circles filled with fabulous fun math and I enjoy watching how the kids really get to think things through in her post Separating a Mixture.
Next Amy shares a science experiment in her post Fun Science Experiment With Bubbles at Begin Homeschooling.
Eddie presents Science - Brains and Eyeballs! posted at The Usual Mayhem. She says, "This is a summary of a couple of weeks of human body science lessons I've been teaching my daughter and her cousins. We've been having so much fun!"
NerdMom presents Cosmic Mysteries in Your Kitchen posted at Nerd Family.
Too much left over candy? Go see how you can put it to good use with Pamela who presents Sweet Science posted at Blah, Blah, Blog.
"After observing a tarantula and drawing in our nature journals, we made our own spiders!" Marcia presents SPIDERS ARE COOL posted at child in harmony.
Jimmie joins in with some history too: "This is my post over at Heart of the Matter where I show our Egyptian Cartouche Potato Stamp craft."
Melissa will be hosting the Hands On Carnival next month. Be sure to visit and bookmark her blog now. This month she says, "While there are lots of versions of a shaduf out there for making history come alive...here's our go at it!" I loved this post and the video makes it all so wonderfully clear for those of us who might not know exactly what a shaduf is. Been Shadufin' Lately? posted at Bugs, Knights, and Turkeys In the Yard.
"This is a fun way to teach cups, pints, quarts, and gallons using a fun little "gallon man" to use as a visual aid. My kids loved this!" exclaims Elle. She shares her Weekly Tip: The Gallon Guy posted at Homeschool Rescue.
Debbie presents Day to Day, a Hands on Homeschooling day-to- day. Here's what happens when you let your hands decide how to homeschool posted at DANDELION HOUSE HOMESCHOOL.
Allison presents The Child Friendly Kitchen Cabinet (Video) posted at Modern Montessori Mama. I love videos late at night when I want to peruse he blogs but my eyes are tired. This is a great one, and I'm also a Montessori fan so I thought you'd all enjoy this little clip.
Thanks for hanging out with us this month!
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