Logic of English Rhythm of Handwriting Cursive {Review}

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. Please read my Disclosure Policy for more information. We had the chance to review Rhythm of Handwriting Cursive from Logic of English. Because our older kids (ages 5 and 7) are both learning at the same grade level and both have difficulties with fine motor skills I had them […]

The Homegrown Preschooler Review

I received The Homegrown Preschooler: Teaching Your Kids in the Places They Live from Gryphon House for my review. The Homegrown Preschooler is full of great information and resources for parents of preschoolers. The authors are not only homeschooling moms but between both of them they have more than 20 years of early childhood education and […]

BrainFood Learning Fascinating World of Mammals Review

We received Fascinating World of Mammals from BrainFood Learning for review, and we watched it as soon as we received it in the mail! Fascinating World of Mammals is an educational DVD that shares the life of various mammals like the beaver, bat, elephant, giraffe, dolphin, and so much more. Not only does it give you a peek […]

Circle Time Review

I had the opportunity to review Circle Time by Kendra at Preschoolers and Peace. Circle Time: Plan the Best Part of Your Homeschool Day! helps families make the most of their precious time together so it is both productive and enjoyable. She offers a variety of helpful strategies to engage your children of all ages […]

Math Mammoth Review

  We had the chance to review products from the Blue Series of Math Mammoth. For our review we received Clock, Money, and Measuring 1. I thought all of these would be a great supplement to our current Math curriculum! Each are designed for Grades 1-3 starting with the more basic topics at the beginning […]

Homeschool Review: Luke’s List

Joyce Herzog offers many wonderful homeschooling resources including Luke’s School List and Luke’s Life List. I found both very interesting because they both serve as a guide in both education and life skills (including spiritual life, which is definitely important to us). I have tried to make similar lists myself to no avail, and I […]

Dr. Craft’s Active Play Books Review

Dr. Craft’s Active Play Books put together Active Play! Fun Physical Activities for Young Children to help raise awareness of childhood obesity and gets kids moving! Toddlers and preschoolers need a lot of activity, but there is a growing problem now that they aren’t getting enough of it! As a homeschooling mom I can relate […]

Handwriting Without Tears iPad App Review

The first thing we did after downloading the App was creating an account for each child – our 5 year old and 6 year old. Both are learning at the 1st grade level but both have special needs that affect fine motor skills. Our daughter, in particular, has trouble with reversals (reversing both letters and […]

Flowering Baby Age Two to Three Year Curriculum Review

Flowering Baby offers a complete Curriculum from Birth to Age 5. As a homeschooling mom with 2 “school age” children and a toddler I have to admit I don’t often give our toddler the attention he needs in regards to learning. It’s easy to find projects to keep him occupied while I’m working with his […]

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