Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews

The Captain Sun Adventures {My Review}

What 11-year-old boy doesn’t like reading comic books about super-heroes? Not many that I know so we were happy to have the chance to review Book 1, Rescue Me! What Superheroes Can Teach Us About the Power of Faith from The Captain Sun Adventures. Opening our Captain Sun adventure I saw right away that there was an introduction from author Bryce Morgan directed to…

Read More

Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews, Online Learning

Learning Latin with Roman Roads Media {My Review}

Up until now my only experience with Latin has been from singing in our church choir but this summer we’ve had the opportunity to check out the online subscription to Picta Dicta Natural World from Roman Roads Media. (Thankfully they have generously provided us with a 14-month subscription since the only word I knew in the first set of lessons was “agnus”, a…

Read More

Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews, Online Learning

GrammarPlanet {My Review}

We’ve recently had the opportunity to review the online learning program, GrammarPlanet. This language arts program is the product of the partnership of Erin Karl (her mother developed the Analytical Grammar program and Erin followed in her footsteps and became a teacher) and Jerry Bailey (he’s the technology guy and an expert in his field as well). Since this program…

Read More

Homeschool, Homeschool History Curriculum, Homeschool Reviews

Canadian History – Boring No More {My Review of My Canadian Time Capsule}

Disclosure: I may receive a commission for purchases made through links in this post. The Yukon Gold Rush…just the name is enough to summon thoughts of riches and adventure into a young boy’s mind. Add to this a variety of activities to help him learn about this exciting time in Canadian history and you have the new My Canadian Time…

Read More

Family Time, Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews

A Bear Called Paddington with Picture Book Explorers from Branch Out World ~ Our Review

We were super excited to have the opportunity to review the Paddington Bear Picture Book Explorers unit from Branch Out World. With a toddler and 11-year-old in the house, this was the perfect summertime reading project that could involve both boys. Paddington is a well-known figure in our home so I knew that digging deeper into his book would be a fun way to…

Read More

Homeschool, Homeschool History Curriculum, Homeschool Reviews

Time Travelers American History ~ A Crew Review

I don’t think there is a topic we like more in our homeschool than history so when we were given the opportunity to receive one of the Time Travelers American History Studies from Home School in the Woods we were pretty excited. We decided on Time Travel: Civil War since we are planning a road trip to the eastern U.S. and hope to visit a number…

Read More

Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews

Smart Kidz Media {My Review}

For the past few weeks, we have had the opportunity to review Smart Kidz Radio from Smart Kidz Media. This is a free online radio station just for kids. Just imagine, a radio station you can safely have on while you’re doing the dishes (that’s when I have the radio on) or in the car (you will be able to cast it…

Read More

Homeschool, Homeschool Bible Curriculum, Homeschool Reviews

Dinosaurs and Geology from Northwest Treasures {My Review}

As regular readers of my blog know, EJ loves dinosaurs and likes to learn everything he can about them so when we were asked to review Taking the Mystery out of Geology and Dinosaurs and the Bible from Northwest Treasures we were happy to have a look.   Starting off with the video, Taking the Mystery out of Geology, I loaded it into my…

Read More

Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews

No Longer Little: Parenting Tweens with Grace and Hope {My Review}

This review is a bit of a change in pace for me, I received an electronic copy of No Longer Little: Parenting Tweens with Grace and Hope from Great Waters Press for myself to read and review. I’m so used to working with EJ on curriculum reviews it was nice to have this one for myself. As soon as I opened this book by…

Read More