Educational Easter Games and Activities

Easter games and activities don’t have to be all about candy and collecting eggs!  If you’re looking for fun ways to make Easter activities educational, check out these math and literacy ideas! Most of these would be wonderful for preschoolers and younger elementary kids, but you could certainly adjust it to be fun for older […]

Eclectic Foundations Language Arts Level B

Language Arts and math are the two subjects that we focus on the most in our homeschool.  I had never heard of Eclectic Foundations before, but we were chosen to review Eclectic Foundations Language Arts Level B with my 1st grader, and I was interested to see how it would work out. Eclectic Foundations is available as a […]

Fun-Time Phonics Software Review

I’m trying to get my 4 year old interested in learning the alphabet and all of the different phonemes that are out there.  My goal is to get him reading sometime in the next year.  From my experience with my older 3 kids, I know that it’s important to appeal to his learning style to […]

Spencer Learning Ultimate Phonics Reading Program

It seems like I’m always in the middle of teaching phonics to at least one of my children, so the opportunity to review the Spencer Learning Ultimate Phonics Reading Program came in handy. It is a computer software program that you download to your laptop or desktop computer, which needs to be running Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, […]

Can Do Cubes Review

In our homeschool, we use a lot of supplemental resources and activities to help my kids really get the concepts they’ve been taught. A few weeks ago, just2ducks LLC sent us a set of Can Do Cubes, which can be purchased at jollyliteracy.com.  This is a great supplemental resource to help teach students their spelling words, phonetic sounds, blending, […]