9/11 Carnival of Homeschooling : In Remembrance

We are dedicating this Carnival of Homeschooling in tribute to those who lost their lives in the terrorist attack on American in 2001. If you are new to ‘blog carnivals’, please read the link at the bottom of this post to find out more. This post has many links that take you off-site to other homeschool blogs where you can read their ‘showcased’ article submission. If you would like to submit an article for a future carnival or host the carnival on your site, please see the bottom section to find out how. Each carnival writer has the option to put their compilation to a ‘theme’ if they so choose. This week’s theme is “9/11 – a Tribute” in honor of the fallen heroes of 9/11 and their loved ones.

Below you will find a varied array of interesting articles from all around the blogosphere. Some are about 9/11 – one in each section – and other posts are homeschool-related articles. In-between the submissions from all the contributing homeschool bloggers this week, you’ll find photos and/or quotes that capture some of the emotion from this event that has impacted our country and our hearts.


Red Oak Road ::: Always Remember…

Our KONOS Adventures ::: A Very Real Look At Our Week…

3 Partners in Shopping – Nana, Mommy & Sissy Too! ::: How Other Homeschoolers Have Supported Us

Remembering 9/11: Honoring the Victims

A man views photos of some of the nearly three-thousand 9/11 victims at the WTC Visitor Center in New York City. The Center is located at the Ground Zero site, where the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center occurred. – photo and quote by Mondmann on Flickr


Sprittibee ::: Remembering 9/11 in Art

Homeschooling-ideas Blog ::: Whose Homeschool is it Anyway?

Winecup Christian Academy ::: Our Frindle Unit – Third Grade Lesson Plans

second tower on fire, 9/11

The second tower on fire, 9/11, view from queens… by Vladimir Osherov on Flickr


Homeschooling Unscripted ::: The Day that Changed Everything

Into the Wind of Freedom. A Home Educating Adventure. ::: Get it?

Homeschool vs. Public School ::: Expanding Their Learning Horizons

9/11 afternoon

Lower Manhattan, twin towers gone, view from queens, smoke… by Vladimir Osherov on Flickr


The Homeschool Classroom ::: Remembering 9/11 in Our Homeschool

DenSchool ::: 100 Reasons to Love Homeschooling

Letters From Nebby ::: Writing – How we are doing it this year

World Trade Center 9/11/01 attack memorial photo

Cattias.Photos on Flickr, Getty Images


Mommy Life ::: 9/11 Family and Homeschool Resources

Proclaiming God’s Faithfulness ::: Hands on Projects that You Can Do

Serving Joyfully ::: First Day of School (Our Homeschool Routine)

World Trade Center 9/11/01 attack memorial photo

Cattias.Photos on Flickr, Getty Images


Homeschool Buyer’s Co-op ::: 9/11 Letters

Living Life Intentionally ::: Revolutionary War Unit Study – Freedom at Last

Homeschool Bytes ::: Pounding Fun on the Front Sidewalk

World Trade Center 9/11/01 attack memorial photo

Cattias.Photos on Flickr, Getty Images


Daze of Adventure ::: Everyone Has a Story

My Domestic Church ::: My Back to School Book List

Eduwrit ::: Schools Should Be for Tinkering

A tribute to 9-11.... May we never forget this day.... I know it is burned in my memory for the rest of my life....8 yr anniversary

“A tribute to 9-11…. May we never forget this day…. I know it is burned in my memory for the rest of my life….” by Johnathaneric on Flickr.


Homespun Life ::: September 11th Memorial

Trivium Pursuit ::: A Logical Mystery


9-11 Tribute Blue Search Lights at Ground Zero - HDR

“9-11 Tribute Blue Search Lights at Ground Zero – HDR” by Johnathaneric on Flickr.


Our Goodwin Journey ::: Walking Through New York City

Teach Beside Me ::: Space Unit for Kids

Homeschooling in Buffalo ::: The First Day of School and Other Missed Milestones

9/11 Memorial Lights NYC

“9/11 Memorial LIghts – New York City and Brooklyn Bridge

***Dedicated to the almost 3,000 victims… We will never forget!” by DiGitALGoLD on Flickr.


Homeschooled Mom ::: To Teach or Commemorate?

Tea Time with Annie Kate ::: Would You Homeschool My Kids?

Why Homeschool ::: My Early Brushes with Homeschooling


“My 9/11 tribute. God Bless the USA.” by Todd Landry Photography on Flickr.


Albany Kid ::: 9/11 Memorial Remembering

Golden Grasses ::: High Flying Physics

Art’s Chili Pepper ::: Home School is Not Public School at Home

National Geographic has a video that shares the voices of 9/11 through the 911 calls that came in and videos that were shown that day on the news. I would suggest that you make the decision on whether your children are able to watch this based on their sensitivity and maturity levels. You know them best. Sometimes kids are not able to handle tragedy because they don’t have the coping skills that adults do. For your older kids that need a little history refresher on 9/11, this is a good source of the emotion and events of the day.


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If you participate in the carnival, we encourage you to use the carnival button and link back to the Cate’s blog. We honor their diligence at making the Carnival of Homeschooling a great success, and appreciate all of their support to the homeschool community at large.

Thanks for joining us, and may God bless the families who lost loved ones in New York on that fateful day in 2001.




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