Home School in the Woods Timeline Trio (Review)

No matter what history program you use, creating a timeline for students to see, touch, and use can be very beneficial.  Home School in the Woods sent us the Timeline Trio to try out for our latest review.  Here, you’ll get a sneak peek into what you can expect to find when you receive the set. […]

Hewitt Homeschooling Grade 2 Lightning Lit Set (Review)

Language arts is the one of the foundations of a solid homeschool education, right up there with mathematics instruction.  I was relieved to be chosen again this year to review the Grade 2 Lightning Lit Set from Hewitt Homeschooling to use with my 7 year old.  This curriculum uses quality literature and interesting poetry and stories to engage […]

Adventures of Rush Revere Book Series (Review)

History is much more interesting when read from something besides a text book, so having an opportunity to review the Adventures of Rush Revere #1 New York Times Bestselling Book Series by Rush and Kathryn Adams Limbaugh was a welcome break for my kids. We received all 5 books of the Adventures of Rush Revere Book Series.  They […]

Whistlefritz Spanish Videos for Kids Review

My younger kids didn’t want to be left out of learning a foreign language, so I was pleased when we were chosen to review the Educator’s Spanish Collection from Whistlefritz.  The set is designed for kids 7 and under, but could be used with older kids if they don’t mind kind of cartoony and silly videos. Teaching Kids […]

Heroes of History- John Adams (Book Review)

Biographies are a great way for kids to learn about important figures from the past, and the book Heroes of History- John Adams is a great example.  Given to us to review by YWAM Publishing, I found it to be interesting and engaging. My children are finishing up history for the school year, and John Adams was a man […]