My kids love to play games. They were thrilled when I told them we would be receiving not one but three in the mail.
playPlayGames published by Briarpatch sent us three games to review: ColorPlay, StoryPlay and PaintPlay.
ColorPlay: This is basically a circular puzzle. You take turns spinning and [...]
I love reading about history in living books even more then I love reading about history in textbooks. I admit I love history either way. My seven year old daughter definitely prefers the living books. I was excited when we were given the chance to review Ten Girls from History by Kate Dickinson Sweetser and [...]
We loved this book! Rylee requested that I read this book at every story time until it was finished. At the end of every chapter, she would literally beg for me to read more! I thought it was pretty great too. At 119 pages, it is a super easy read. The chapters are short [...]
Implosion: Can America Recover from Its Economic and Spiritual Challenges in Time?
Bestselling author and international political expert Joel C. Rosenberg tackles the question: Is America an empire in decline or a nation poised for a historic Renaissance?
America teeters on a precipice. In the midst of financial turmoil, political uncertainty, declining morality, the [...]
Rylee is just finishing up the Grammar Rocks 8 week course from Time 4 Writing.
From their website:
Elementary School Grammar Rocks: Pre-Sentence Grammar Course Overview This course has been created for the youngest eager writers, starting at 2nd grade. During the eight week pre-sentence course, students will be introduced to parts of [...]
My family has been using Apologia Science for a couple of years now and love it. When I saw that Apologia had a Christian Worldview Curriculum up for review, I was very excited to try it out.
Apologia Educational Ministries Inc. sent me the book “I Don’t Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist” [...]
My oldest child is going into the 2nd grade this fall and we haven’t ever done formal spelling or vocabulary. I was excited when I saw that Vocabulary Spelling City was up for review. I thought it would be a great opportunity to add those to our curriculum.
From their site:
Vocabulary Spelling City [...]
This is our favorite review product yet! We loved it so much that we are using it as our main curriculum next year. “This Week in History” is a smorgasbord of resources compiled by Rachel DeMille. It is a division of “A Thomas Jefferson Education”. This is not your typical list of things that [...]
We had the opportunity to review Addition Teaching and Learning Made Easy from Math Made Easy. They use a simple method to teach addition facts.
They first get all of the zero’s and 1′s out of the way, which leaves only 36 addition facts for your child to learn (duplicates are taught at the [...]
King Alfred’s English: A History Of The Language We Speak And Why We Should Be Glad We Do by Laurie J. White. My two favorite subjects are History and English. It wasn’t much of a surprise that when I saw the title of this book, I really wanted to review it. I knew that [...]