Category: Homeschool

All things homeschool.

Experimenting with Supercharged Science {My Review}Experimenting with Supercharged Science {My Review}

Our family has been having fun experimenting with the e-Science Homeschool Science Curriculum from Supercharged Science for the past several weeks after receiving a full year of access to all levels, K-12. Supercharged Science is a unique science program created by Cal-Poly graduate Aurora Lipper. Aurora is not only a master science teacher but also a mother of […] {My Review} {My Review}

Recently I was given a three-month subscription to so I could check out their CLEP and DSST prep materials. I wasn’t really sure what to expect with these courses since there are not many schools that accept these particular tests for credit in Canadian schools but they are certainly relevant for students who intend to attend college or […]

Studying Norman Rockwell and Other Artists with the Techie Homeschool Mom {My Review}Studying Norman Rockwell and Other Artists with the Techie Homeschool Mom {My Review}

Our family loves the Techie Homeschool Mom’s Online Unit Studies so when we had the chance to review Famous Artists Online Unit Study (Vol. 2) we were happy to jump into it. These online unit studies are virtually self-contained and don’t require a whole bunch of supplies that we don’t normally have around the house. […]

Getting Creative with StopMotion Explosion {My Review}Getting Creative with StopMotion Explosion {My Review}

If you are looking for something to get a 12-year-old boy excited about getting creative you need look no further than the Stop Motion Animation Kit from Stopmotion Explosion. Combining creativity with imagination and teaching patience (trust me it takes a lot of individual pictures to make a video of any length!) this kit was something […]

Transcripts Made Easy – Music to my Ears! {My Review}Transcripts Made Easy – Music to my Ears! {My Review}

While we aren’t at the point of creating high school transcripts just yet, I was happy to receive a copy of Janice Campbell’s book, Transcripts Made Easy: The Homeschooler’s Guide to High-School Paperwork from Everyday Education to review. I’ve been reading through the digital version of this book over the past few weeks and have learned quite […]