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Á La Carte Products from Home School in the Woods | Review

My family adores history, and we love hands-on projects even more. We are HUGE fans of everything Home School in the Woods offers, and now they have many of their hands-on history projects available Á La Carte! If a big colossal unit seems like too… Continue Reading →

NatureGlo’s eScience MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle | Review

Over the past several weeks, my son and I have had the opportunity to review MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle from NatureGlo’s eScience. This is a math and science enrichment program which includes live and self-paced classes for homeschool families and other educators.  It is… Continue Reading →

The Magic Stories from Allsaid & Dunn, LLC. | Review

Today I want to introduce you to The Magic Stories from Allsaid & Dunn, LLC, publishers of The Reading Game and authors of the Wordly Wise series.  These stories come as PDF downloads which can be such a blessing in a home… Continue Reading →

Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack from Let the Little Children Come | Review

Lately, God has grabbed my heart about something. When He does, I know it is crucial. We live in a culture that is stealing our children. Just a couple of weeks ago I learned that less than one half of… Continue Reading →

Weave Your Word in Me Part 1 from Kid Niche Christian Books | Review

Biblical study.  It is a tremendously important thing in our homeschool.  In fact, it is indeed the only thing that matters in our home.  Yes, we care about academics of course, but nothing matters more than building a relationship with… Continue Reading →

CTCMath | Review

Math is such a funky thing in our homeschool.  I have one son who struggles with it.  He’s the free-spirited one. He’d rather be drawing or daydreaming than doing anything so logical as math, and so he has convinced himself… Continue Reading →

Quick & Neat Alphabet Pad from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks | Review

Handwriting has been a bit of struggle for my seven-year-old daughter. Her pencil grip from the start has always been awkward and she just really resisted following the “rules” I taught her about how to form the letters. I guess… Continue Reading →

Captain Bayley’s Heir from Heirloom Audio Productions | Review

There isn’t anything in our homeschool any more loved than Heirloom Audio Productions, and they just bought another G.A. Henty novel to life with Captain Bayley’s Heir!  I am sure our local homeschool community is rather tired of hearing me spout off about… Continue Reading →

Let’s Go Geography | Review

I have at least one geography buff in this house. In fact, both of my older boys are fascinated by learning about our own country and the world. Recently we’ve been given the opportunity to use a very in-depth program…. Continue Reading →

The Greatest Inventors from A Journey Through Learning Lapbooks | Review

Lapbooking units are a mainstay of our family’s homeschool.  They make my life easy because they can be economical, quick, concise and involve virtually no planning or prep time.  I love to use them as supplements to our usual curriculum or as… Continue Reading →

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