Greek Myths Study from Memoria Press (Review)

My children have very active imaginations, and they are often impressed with mythology from other cultures.  When we received our review copy of the classical education curriculum covering D’Aulaires’ Greek Myths from Memoria Press, the kids weren’t sure what to expect, but they were excited! We received the full D’Aulaires’ Greek Myths Set, which included the beautifully illustrated 192 […]

Writers in Residence Volume 1 Curriculum Review

My 5th grade daughter loves to write, but rarely when it is assigned to her.  She’s the type that will pen her own fictional story or write in a diary for hours, but stares blankly at the page when she is given any instruction on writing.  When we were chosen to review Writers in Residence from Apologia Educational […]

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 […]

Memoria Press Fifth Grade Literature Guide Set Review

My daughter is an avid reader, but it can be hard to slow her down long enough to really make sure she knows how to dig deeper into what she’s reading.  That’s where Memoria Press has done me a great favor by offering the Fifth Grade Literature Guide Set, which we have been using for this review over […]