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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Homeschool Legacy Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims Review

Thanksgiving is coming up, and I’ve been wondering how I wanted to approach teaching the kids about the history of Thanksgiving in America.  There are many movies, books, websites, and even plays out there, but it can be a bit daunting trying to decide what to use and when to introduce it. I’m grateful to Homeschool Legacy for […]

25 Easy Pumpkin Crafts for Kids

It’s always fun to get kids busy making things to help them celebrate the seasons.  Pumpkin crafts are perfect for fall, and there are so many cute ones out there for them to make.  These range from super easy and inexpensive to a bit more complicated, but totally worth the extra effort. Almost all of these […]