Hey Mama Schoolhouse Planner Review

The current school year is ending, which means it is the perfect time to start the search for the perfect school planner.  I was blessed to receive a copy of the Hey Mama! Print Schoolhouse Planner 2016-2017 from The Old Schoolhouse to review.  They even threw in a giant, and very useful, SchoolhouseTeachers.com tote bag.  I love them both! […]

Essential Skills Advantage Review

Online learning is a favorite around here, so I’m always looking for programs that can be done on the computer for my kids. Essential Skills Advantage let us try out the Complete Home Learning Suite with 2 of my children.  This gave us a full year subscription for each student to the entire ESA program. Essential Skills Advantage ESA […]

Kwik Stix Solid Tempera Paint for Less Messy Art Projects

My kids love to do arts and crafts, so I was thrilled when we were chosen to review the Kwik Stix 12 pk from The Pencil Grip, Inc.  What are they exactly?  Well, they’re basically a vibrant, non-toxic solid tempera paint that dries in less than 90 seconds and are as easy to use as a glue stick! The set […]

Keyboarding and Phonics with Read, Write & Type

We do a lot of computer work in our homeschool, and I’m always looking for something good for my kindergarten student.  Talking Fingers, Inc. allowed us access to try out their early writing and spelling program called Read, Write & Type for review.  It helps kids to practice and learn phonics, keyboarding skills, spelling, and word processing. Read, […]

Homeschool Copywork Lifetime Membership Review

Copywork is something that we didn’t do a lot of when I first started homeschooling my kids, but we do it a lot more now.  We were given a Lifetime Membership to Amy Blevins’ site, Homeschool Copywork, which we have been using throughout the past few weeks. Homeschool Copywork The Lifetime Membership gives users access to all of […]