I am in love with this concept of pinning to different boards, yes just like bookmarks, only better, way better. It pins the pictures so I can actually see what I was looking for rather than read through all the titles. And I can label it whatever I want to more easily help me remember.
Now I can consolidate all the bookmarks from my various computers into one visual space. This has been extremely helpful with all my homeschool bookmarks. I have gathered 'school' room decorating inspiration, math sites, literature/grammar/writing ideas, preschool, free resources, etc. all on their own pin boards.
Pinterest is also searchable. Type in homeschool in the search bar and I can see what others have pinned for their own homeschool inspiration.
And look! Even articles from Latter-day Homeschooling has been pinned a few times!
If you don't have a Pinterest account, I highly recommend it. It has been a great tool in organizing all the ideas, resources, and curriculum I want to use in our homeschool.
Montserrat enjoys classical music, playing the piano, reading biographies, sewing, and playing a good game of Scrabble. She thinks spending time with her family is truly heaven on earth. You can follow her family's varied adventures at Chocolate on my Cranium.