State the Facts {Laurelwood Books Review}

Something we have been lacking in our homeschool is a solid resource for learning about our state – Ohio. The resources I find are either geared for younger children or are too complicated. Recently, though, our daughter has been learning about Ohio with State the Facts: a Guide to Studying Your State from Laurelwood Books. […]

Learning the Bible in a Fun and Interactive Way {Veritas Press Review}

Our kids definitely learn best when they are having fun. Recently, they have been learning the Bible in a way that is fun and interactive with VeritasBible.com. This homeschool Bible curriculum from Veritas Press has been a great addition to our homeschool curriculum. VeritasBible.com is an online Bible curriculum that allows kids to progress through […]

My School Year (Homeschool Record Keeping) Review

Something that tends to get a lot of buzz in the homeschool community is keeping records. Everybody has different homeschool styles as well as ways of planning and keeping records. Even so, everybody needs needs it! My School Year (Homeschool Record Keeping) from MySchoolYear.com offers online homeschool record keeping designed to make it easy regardless […]

LearnBop Online Math Review

We’re currently just over halfway through our school year (we start in January), and we’ve had a touch and go year with Math. It seems some concepts the kids have really caught on quickly while others have been more challenging. Recently our older two children (ages 8 and 10) have been getting math help through […]

Reading Intervention {MaxScholar Review}

Having a delayed reader, I am always on the lookout for helpful curricula and supplement programs. Generally our son does best with programs online. He is just more interested in them, and they keep him engaged, so I was glad for the opportunity to review MaxScholar which offers a variety of activities for students to […]

An Interactive History Curriculum from Golden Prairie Press

A couple of years ago we had the opportunity to review Heroes & Heroines of the Past: American History Curriculum, and we loved that it was an interactive history curriculum. When I was invited to review the new interactive history curriculum from Golden Prairie Press, I was so excited to try it. Disclosure: I received […]

Making Learning Fun Through Games {Sunya Publishing Review}

I am a big fan of educational games. I love when the kids are having fun while learning important information. It’s even better when we can all play together as a family. We have been playing the educational math game Sunya – The Magic and Wonder of Math and Science Adding & Subtracting. Sunya Publishing […]

A Homeschool Science Curriculum for All Ages {Science Shepherd Review}

When considering a science curriculum for our homeschool, there are so many factors to consider. Does it offer a variety of subjects/topics? Does it support our beliefs? Are there hands-on activities? I was excited to learn more about Science Shepherd because I knew it had all of those factors! For our Science Shepherd review we […]

Learning Astronomy with Memoria Press {Review}

Lately we’ve been learning a lot about different aspects of space. Last month we went to the Armstrong Air & Space Museum and not only learned about space ships and space in general, but we also learned a little about the constellations and got to make a constellation craft. Our oldest son’s interest was piqued […]

Linguistic Development Through Poetry Memorization {IEW Review}

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Please refer to my Disclosure Policy for more information. Memorization? Mastery Learning? Although we have done some memorization, these are concepts that were new to me, and I was definitely interested in incorporating it into our homeschool. Linguistic Development through Poetry Memorization from Institute for Excellence in Writing knows […]

Tempera Paint Without the Mess {Kwik Stix Review}

If you have young children you know how messy art time can be. It can be particularly messy when paints are involved! What if your child(ren) could paint without the liquid paint and paint brushes? It seems too good to be true, but that is exactly what The Pencil Grip, Inc. offers with the Kwik […]

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