Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews

The Scavengers Book Study Guide {My Review}

This month we have had the pleasure of reviewing The Scavengers – eGuide from Progeny Press. This book study is meant for middle school ages children so some of the concepts were a bit new to EJ, having just finished 5th grade but he still enjoyed it. One of the fun options for this book study is the interactive features that allow your child…

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Code for Teens {My Review}

  Anyone who knows me also knows that I like my computer to work for me, not the other way around so when we had the opportunity to review Code For Teens: The Awesome Beginner’s Guide to Programming (Volume 1) from Code for Teens I jumped at the chance. Having EJ learn coding will be a big help to him in the future…

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Bible Study Guide for All Ages {My Review}

We’ve had the opportunity to review the Advanced (5th & 6th grade) homeschool Bible lessons from Bible Study Guide For All Ages over the past few weeks. Of course, with summer’s arrival, we have been taking a lot of our learning outdoors and into nature so we tucked our pages into a binder, packed up our pencil case and Bible and found a nice…

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The Master and His Apprentices Art History (My Review)

We’ve had the good fortune to receive a copy of The Master and His Apprentices: Art History from a Christian Perspective textbook and teacher’s guide created by The Master and His Apprentices to review. I had never heard about this company before but I have to say I have been impressed with the quality of their product. I don’t know about you but in…

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Summer Learning in our Homeschool

  Summer has arrived and with it the promise of lazy afternoons spent in the great outdoors. Whether we’re exploring nature in the stand of trees behind our house, watching for ducklings or goslings in the marsh or discovering new patches of wildflowers on the side of a country road, we love spending time together in the sunshine (and even…

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Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews, Online Learning

Improving Reading with MaxScholar {My Review}

During our travels this month we’ve had the opportunity to use the 12-month subscription to Reading Intervention Programs from MaxScholar and have been having a lot of fun with all the activities and games these programs include. As my readers will know, EJ has ADHD and Dyslexia and can find sitting down to do language arts a bit of a…

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Something’s Fishy at Lake Iwannafisha from The Critical Thinking Co.™ {My Review}

  There is nothing EJ likes better than solving mysteries so when we had the opportunity to review Something’s Fishy at Lake Iwannafisha from The Critical Thinking Co.™, I jumped at the chance. We jumped into our file as soon as we received it (you can also order printed books but since we are in Canada, downloading a PDF saves a lot on…

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Home School Navigator Reading & Language Arts Curriculum {My Review}

Reading and writing are such basics of our education that when I was given the opportunity to review Home School Navigator Reading and Language Arts Curriculum. Looking at the main reading list I was pleased to see the quality of selections, particularly for the interactive notebooks for the older levels. These notebooks have the kids cutting and pasting plus writing responses so for someone…

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M.E.S.S.Y. Learning with PandaParents {My Review}

As many of you know, we were blessed with our second grandson last spring. According to our eldest grandson, I will be homeschooling his brother as well so when I had the opportunity to review MESSYLEARNING FOR PRESCHOOLERS AND KINDERGARTNERS by PandaParents, I thought it would be a good idea to get my head back into this age of learning.   At first…

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