Blogging Through the Alphabet, Family Travel

Y is for Yellowstone National Park {Blogging Through the Alphabet}

As we near the close of this cycle of Blogging Through the Alphabet, we come to one of our favorite and most oft-visited national parks, Yellowstone. Living in the west provides us with all kinds of opportunities to visit National Parks in both Canada and the U.S. including the first one in each country, Banff National Park and Yellowstone National…

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Homeschool, Homeschool History Curriculum, Homeschool Reviews

Time Travelers: Colonial Life {My Review}

As my regular readers know there is nothing our family enjoys more than learning about history as we travel. Over the past several weeks we have had the opportunity to review Time Travelers U.S. History Studies from Home School in the Woods. In particular, we were provided with the second unit in this series, Colonial Life. This unit, intended for…

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Homeschool Reviews

The Alphabet Letter of the Week by Crafty Classroom {My Review}

Our family has had the pleasure of reviewing the Alphabet Letter of the Week Curriculum Notebook by Crafty Classroom with our youngest grandson. Although he is a little young for preschool yet he does love coloring and doing his numbers and letters. Designed by Christian homeschool mom of four Valerie McClintick, the Alphabet Letter of the Week Curriculum Notebook is…

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Homeschool Reviews

The Heart Changer {My Book Review}

I have been blessed with the opportunity to review the electronic version of The Heart Changer from Jarm Del Boccio, Author. This is the debut book from Mrs. Del Boccio who is also a teacher for SchoolhouseTeachers.com is a heartwarming read based on 2 Kings 5, the story of Naaman and the healing of his leprosy. 2 Kings 5 Now Naaman was commander of the…

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Blogging Through the Alphabet, Family Travel

T is for Tumacácori National Historic Park {Blogging Through the Alphabet}

North America is full of amazing historical and nature parks and our family likes nothing better than to explore those parks on our any road trips around Canada and the United States. One of the spots we’ve been fortunate to visit is Tumacácori National Historic Park in Arizona. Located south of Tucson in the Santa Cruz River valley, this historic…

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