CompuScholar Digital Savvy Review

Technology is a huge part of our life as a homeschooling family.  CompuScholar, Inc. provided us with their course Digital Savvy to use over the last few weeks, and I have had my oldest two students using it so they can learn computer skills. Digital Savvy is a course designed for students in grades 6-12.  It covers so […]

American History with Memoria Press

American History is such an important thing to cover with kids, especially while homeschooling the logic stage (around grades 5-8).  Thanks to Memoria Press for providing us with review copies of The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic Set and 200 Questions About American History Set.  We’ve been looking them over and using them over the past […]

Circle C Stepping Stones Book Review

My daughter is an avid reader and was happy to hear that Kregel Publications and Susan K. Marlow were sending her 2 books from the new Circle C Stepping Stones series.  The first book is called Andi Saddles Up, and the next one is Andi Under the Big Top. Circle C Stepping Stones #1 – Andi Saddles Up The first story, Andi […]

Walking with the Waodani Review

We don’t learn about missionaries much in our homeschool, but my kids have been interested and asking me questions lately.  Over the past few weeks, we’ve been checking out a new resource called Walking with the Waodani from Home School Adventure Co. This resource, put together and written by Stacy Farrell, is a unit study that focuses on […]

Eclectic Foundations Language Arts Level B

Language Arts and math are the two subjects that we focus on the most in our homeschool.  I had never heard of Eclectic Foundations before, but we were chosen to review Eclectic Foundations Language Arts Level B with my 1st grader, and I was interested to see how it would work out. Eclectic Foundations is available as a […]