Time for the homeschooled kids blog carnival! Our (nearly!) Christmas edition.



This is the 25th edition so I am sure you know by now that we start by welcoming our new bloggers! This month we have two new blogs to check out.

Claire is having a special year.

Joshua loves Lego.

Be sure to go visit and leave them a welcome message.

What about everyone else?

Araya is back with her new blog – and a look at Great Danes.

Unicorn wishes you a happy halloween.

Benny has a new Minecraft blog.

Christopher has been showing his goats.

PurplePixie is making holiday chains.

 

A lot of you have been writing or making stories –

Mousepaw didn’t coast, she wrote a story post!

And so did ARFtrooper627, but his is about Clone Wars.

Kitten explains how she gets her writing inspiration.

Katelyn is ready for snow, and shares parts of her journal.

ScienceBear has made a picture story.

Laura Ashley writes a rain poem.

 

And the rest of our bloggers have been busy in other ways.

Josiah Loves Legos went to the Ephrata fair. Guess what he liked best!

Jinx tells us about Canstruction.

Isaiah explores the educational effects of computer games.

Gecko has been messing with the Zome system.

Jakob has been to gymnastics practice.

Hmm.. Who did destroy Spider Droid‘s road?

We have a new car from Caleb – a Tanco 500.

 

Thank you all for joining in the Kids Blog Carnival. I hope you get lots of visits and comments – and are back again next time.


That is it for this edition of the Homeschooled Kids Blog Carnival.

The next carnival is at the end of January 2012.

 


I hope you enjoyed the Homeschooled Kids Blog Carnival #25. If you would like to submit a blog article to the next edition of the Homeschooled Kids Blog carnival please use the carnival submission form on the kids blog carnival page or send me an email. You can find out more about the carnival here.

Let me know if you spot an error, or I have missed someone!

If you would like to advertise the carnival on your blog – then I have some Blog Buttons you can use.


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