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 →

The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls from WorthyKids/Ideals | Review

A couple of new Christian books for children arrived at our home recently, and it was no surprise when I three readers devoured them in about a day. We received both Book 1: The Beginning and Book 2: Race to… 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 →

Imagine the Great Flood from Barbour Publishing | Review

Historical fiction is loved around here and recently my boys finished reading a Biblical fiction for kids book called Imagine. . .The Great Flood by Matt Koceich from Barbour Publishing.  This 110-page paperback book can make a great read aloud or a fantastic… Continue Reading →

A Review of Carole P. Roman Books

Have you heard of children’s author Carole P. Roman?  If you haven’t seen these, then you are missing out.  Our family was recently given a chance to review four of her new fun and educational titles, and we were delighted.  We were… Continue Reading →

Is There Anything Better Than Candy? Box-Tract | Review

Would you like a fun and creative way to present the gospel to the children who will be Trick or Treating at your door this year?  Or perhaps you are volunteering to help set up a Harvest Festival or Trunk… 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 →

Phonics Museum App from Veritas Press | Review

My daughter is having so much fun learning to about letters and sounds with the Phonics Museum App from Veritas Press.  She is just three years old and is showing lots of interest in learning about letters and sounds.  She’s developed a bit… Continue Reading →

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