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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 →

Welcome Spring!

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 →

For God Has Said

Taming the Lecture Bug and Getting Your Kids to Think book & video from Parenting Made Practical: Review

I’m always looking for ways to up my parenting game.  I read all I can to glean bits of wisdom from those who have gone before me and are willing to share what they know.  I was excited to get… Continue Reading →

Be Still

7 Great Reasons to Read Aloud to Your Children!

Once upon a time, I figured once my children hit a stage where reading was as natural as breathing that one of my many Mommy jobs would be done!  I would be finished with reading aloud to them.  Why wouldn’t… Continue Reading →

Banana Flax Pancakes

We LOVE pancakes at our house! Nothing gets the kids more excited in the morning then some yummy homemade pancakes. My husband has a whole bunch of different recipes he’s come up with all on his own for homemade, made from… Continue Reading →

Starfall Education Foundation: Review

My three-year-old daughter Eliza and I have been reviewing the Starfall Home Membership from Starfall Education Foundation. She adores the program and so do I. Starfall is great for parents and teachers but most especially for the homeschooling family.  This is an early… Continue Reading →

Loved and Lost: Remembering Dear Departed Family Members

Losing a loved one is much like losing a piece of yourself, and it can be heart-wrenching to come to terms with a close family member passing away. The empty feeling which churns around your body and the pain that… Continue Reading →

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