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 […]

The Dragon and the Raven Audio Drama

My family was excited to find out that Heirloom Audio Productions was going to generously provide us with a copy of their newest audio drama, The Dragon and the Raven, to review. We received a physical copy of the story in a 2 CD set.  We also received several other items, available as a digital download.  This included […]

Archery Dice Game by SimplyFun

This year, we’ve been blessed with an opportunity to review quite a few fun homeschool resources.  For example, today I’m reviewing Archery Dice, one of four of SimplyFun new releases.  It is a colorful board game for ages 7 and up where players stack their dice and aim them at an archery target. My kids love to play […]

Choosing the Right Curriculum for Your Family

Last weekend, I had the pleasure of speaking to a group of homeschooling parents about choosing homeschool curriculum.  It can be stressful for a homeschool mom or dad to go through a ton of great curriculum choices and have to pick.  It’s a big decision!  Here is a comprehensive list of things to consider before making the […]