Fascinating Chemistry – High School Science (Review)

Science is a subject that I really don’t want to teach myself, so it was nice of Fascinating Education to give us access to their Fascinating Chemistry program for a year.  It is an online science program designed for high school students, but can be used by middle school students as well. There are 19 total lessons […]

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. […]

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 […]

The Typing Coach Online Typing Course (Review)

I’ve started my 12 and 10 year old on The Typing Coach Online Typing Course as part of our review for The Typing Coach and the Homeschool Review Crew.  I want them to learn to type because keyboarding practice is so important in today’s society.  We all need to be great typists to get along in a digital society, […]

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 […]