Colorado ~ By the Way (Book Review)

My kids do a lot of personal reading in our homeschool, and I like to offer educational choices for them.  Colorado ~ By the Way is the book we were recently sent to review from the By the Way Book Series.  Joy Budensiek, the author, has created an imaginative and informative book to get kids excited about […]

Math Mammoth Blue Series Review

Math is one of those subjects that we all want to be sure our kids are excelling in and understanding the information.  Math Mammoth has several individual math units in its Blue Series for students at a 1st-8th grade level. Math Mammoth Blue Series Review Our family received 3 different titles from the Blue Series: Data and Graphs for […]

Super Simple Fruit-Based Desserts

Getting kids to eat fruit doesn’t have to be a battle!  You can try the recipes below for some healthier treats that will sneak in some vital minerals and vitamins.  These are delicious and totally kid-friendly. Super Simple Fruit-Based Desserts Simple Strawberry Frozen Yogurt (Makes about 4 servings) 1/2 cup sugar 1 package (16 ounces) […]

Renaissance & Reformation from Home School in the Woods

History is always a subject I have a hard time planning for my family, so I’m glad I was able to review a new study from Home School in the Woods.  We got to download and try the HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Study Renaissance & Reformation. Project Passport is a product that can […]

Winter Themed Sensory Activities for Creative Play

Sensory activities are really important for a child’s development.  It’s essential that they are able to experience their world with multiple senses and in a safe environment.  These would be perfect for your child to explore and have some creative fun in the process! The cool thing about these activities is that they’re for the […]