Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews

Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology {My Review}

As we brave the winter that never seems to end, we've had the opportunity to review Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology from Apologia's Young Explorer Series. Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology is an elementary level Anatomy and Physiology book that gives glory to God as children discover all that goes on in their bodies from… Continue reading Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology {My Review}

Family Travel, Homeschool

Road Trip Through Alberta’s History {My First Blog Hop}

As my readers will know, I've participated in various blog events such as the 12 Days of Blogmas, but this is the first time I'm taking the plunge and doing a blog hop. As a member of the Homeschool Review Crew, I've begun to write a lot more regularly on my blog so I decided… Continue reading Road Trip Through Alberta’s History {My First Blog Hop}

Homeschool, Online Learning

Techie Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Digital Student Products

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of them I may receive a small commission. Techie Homeschool Mom has done it again by sharing more great ideas for digital learning! No matter whether you are tech-competent, curious or clueless, you’ll love her new course - Techie Homeschool Mom’s Guide to… Continue reading Techie Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Digital Student Products

Homeschool

Cursive and Copywork – Why are They Still Important

I am a big supporter of children learning cursive handwriting. In fact, I have a hard time understanding why folks would think the ability to communicate with paper and pen is a skill our children no longer require. I remember hearing about a 17-year-old who couldn’t sign his passport application. His father was incredulous, how… Continue reading Cursive and Copywork – Why are They Still Important

Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews

All About Snow {My Review of Creation Illustrated Unit Studies}

  During one of the coldest years in recent memory, Creation Illustrated provided us with two of their unit studies plus access to the magazines to go with for us to review. The amusing part? One of those unit studies was The Intricacies of Snow!   You would think that we folks living in southern Alberta would… Continue reading All About Snow {My Review of Creation Illustrated Unit Studies}

Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews

Our Review of À La Carte Projects from Home School in the Woods

We've recently had the opportunity to review a selection of Á La Carte products from Home School in the Woods. I wasn't familiar with these products before we did this review so I did some research on their website and found that Home School in the Woods now offers many of their hands-on history projects… Continue reading Our Review of À La Carte Projects from Home School in the Woods

Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews

My Review of NatureGlo’s eScience – MathArt Online

  For the past few weeks, we've been fortunate in having an opportunity to review the MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle from NatureGlo's eScience and I have to tell you our 11-year-old grandson says it's terrific (he asked me to be sure to include this in my review so everyone would know.) With four courses to choose from, EJ wanted… Continue reading My Review of NatureGlo’s eScience – MathArt Online

Homeschool Reviews

Taming the Lecture Bug Video – Review

   I recently received a copy of the video, “Taming the Lecture Bug and Getting Your Kids to Think” from Parenting Made Practical for review. In this video, parent educators Joey and Carla Link share their biblically based methods for communicating with your children and provide tips on tips on how you can tame your… Continue reading Taming the Lecture Bug Video – Review

Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews

My Review of the CursiveLogic Quick-Start Pack and The Art of Cursive

One of the things I find I struggle with is teaching our grandson to have a neat hand so I was pleased when asked to review the CursiveLogic Quick-Start Pack and The Art of Cursive from CursiveLogic. Between ADHD and Dyslexia, the poor boy does have trouble with both his printing and cursive lettering, sometimes… Continue reading My Review of the CursiveLogic Quick-Start Pack and The Art of Cursive