God Schooling: How God Intended Children to Learn by Julie Polanco | Review

I was recently given the book God Schooling: How God Intended Children to Learn by Julie Polanco to review.  I had a lot of different reactions to this book that I’ll do my best to share with you in this review. Julie Polanco is… Continue Reading →

FAO Homeschooling Parents: You Don’t Have To Face The Challenge Alone

As a homeschooling parent, you naturally want to play a more active role in your child’s learning than most. Still, juggling the curricula activities with life commitments and family tie isn’t easy. Thankfully, you don’t have to face the challenge… Continue Reading →

A Study of Ancient Greece from Homeschool in the Woods | Review

Our family is big on History.  VERY big! In fact, most of our homeschooling revolves around whatever period of history we are currently studying.  Great history resources are essential to our successful homeschool.  We’ve been big fans of many of… Continue Reading →

Four Ways to Relax as a Busy Parent

Being a parent is tough, but when you have made the decision to homeschool your children the responsibilities are doubled. This is particularly true for whichever parent has chosen to stay at home to homeschool their kids while their partner… Continue Reading →

Smart Kidz Radio from Smart Kidz Media | Review

Sometimes it can be difficult to find a truly kid-friendly radio station.  If you’ve been wishing for something I have a solution you’ll be interested in.  It is called  Smart Kidz Radio from Smart Kidz Media when we recently had a chance… Continue Reading →

Dinosaurs and the Bible from Northwest Treasures | Review

As a family that takes the study of apologetics, the Bible, and science all very seriously I thought it was interesting to have the opportunity to review the introductory video Taking the Mystery Out of Geology and to have my dinosaur… Continue Reading →

Love, Honor, and Virtue | Book Review

If you have boys between the ages of 12 and 20, you’ll want to check out Love, Honor, and Virtue: Gaining or Regaining a Biblical Attitude Toward Sexuality from Great Waters Press.  Let me tell you all about it because I’m hoping that… Continue Reading →

Code for Teens | Review

We tend to be a little techy in our family.  My husband works in the tech field, and at least one of our boys is very much the “Mini-Me” to his Daddy.  I knew he’d enjoy the opportunity to review Code… Continue Reading →

Tips for Homeschool Families: Remembering Your Why AND a $250 Rainbow Resource Giveaway

Create your “Why!” The time has come, you’ve decided homeschool your children.  Right now it feels like one of the biggest decisions of your life.  Perhaps you are having issues with your children’s school and the feather that broke the… Continue Reading →

Ensuring Your Family Vehicle Maintains Value

Those of us with young families tend to switch up vehicles more than any other demographic. Why? Well, our needs are constantly changing. Sometimes our families expand, meaning we need a seat or two more than we did before. We… Continue Reading →

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