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 […]

Teaching Finances in our Homeschool

Learning about finances is an important life skill for children to learn. We definitely emphasize life skills in our homeschool, and finances aren’t only an important life skill but also teach Math skills as well! There are so many different ways to help teach kids finances, but when I learned of a program that would […]

Homeschool Copywork Review

Copywork is something that we need to do regularly in our homeschool. Our kids have writing challenges, and copywork is a great way for them to practice writing. Our copywork usually consists of my writing something on the white board, and they copy it. It’s not ideal because they have to keep looking at the […]

Teaching Kids Times Tables Made Easy! {Times Tales Review}

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. When I was young I remember having a red plastic board with the times tables on it. You would push the button down and see the answer. I would use it over and over and over again trying to memorize my times tables. It was so cumbersome and frustrating! […]

Logic of English Review – Foundations B

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Please see my Disclosure Policy for more information. Our 5 year old son goes back and forth between being really eager to learn but reluctant to try new things – particularly in regards to writing. He has significant fine motor delays, and writing is a big challenge for him. […]

Bible Studies for Children on DVD {FishFlix.com Review}

When considering Bible Studies for children to include in our homeschool, it’s definitely important that we use something the children enjoy and is presented in a way that is engaging and easy to follow. We had the opportunity to introduce Volume 1 of the Theo stories in our homeschool thanks to FishFlix.com. FishFlix.com offers a […]

The Dragon and the Raven {Heirloom Audio Review}

Heirloom Audio Review Over the past few years we have been blessed with the opportunity to review various audio dramas from Heirloom Audio Productions. Recently we had the opportunity to add The Dragon and the Raven to our resources, which is a 2 CD Audio Drama with over 2 hours of non-stop action! The Dragon […]

Grapevine Studies Review

Including the Bible is an important part of our homeschool. When our children are learning hands on, they tend to retain more of what they are learning. That’s why I love that Grapevine Studies offers a variety of hands-on homeschool Bible study lessons for ages 3 and up. For our review we received Birth of […]

Critical Thinking Company Review

As our children continue to get older, I encourage independent learning. I love resources that not only help them learn on their own but actually teach them how to use resources to help them learn. Surfing the Net: Science from The Critical Thinking Co. is a resource that helps children use the Internet to learn […]

Standard Deviants Accelerate Review

Our homeschool is all about flexibility. Some days we do a lot of hands-on work and other days the kids do a lot of independent work. Having resources the support independent learning is important to our family because it helps foster independence with our older children and also gives me a chance to work with […]

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