We love adding new resources to our Literature studies, so we were excited to receive the The Story About Ping Study Guide by Progeny Press this time to review. These guides are interactive and can help facilitate discussion on any age level.
If you’re interest in adding fun printables to your homeschool, Super Teacher Worksheets is a great option. You can choose to supplement math, phonics, science, and other programs in your homeschool.
We are so excited to tell you about our experience with the 12 Month Family Membership from CTCMath! If you’re looking for help teaching math, or an additional math supplement, CTCMath is a great choice. You can use any level regardless of your child’s current grade level. Reviewing past concepts and practices are helpful at any learning stage. (see pictures below)
We’ve been using Health Habit Trackers from American Coaching Academy as a tool for homeschool physical education. The Healthy Habit Trackers from American Coaching Academy helped us with consistency with things like daily movement.
Singapore Math Live created math videos for their Singapore Math Live – Challenging Word Problem courses to support homeschooling families. Word problems can be just as challenging for parents to explain as it is for students to complete; that’s why I was thrilled to review Singapore Math Live – Challenging Word Problems Level 6 from Singapore Math Live.
My son loves the LeapStart Learning Success Bundle from LeapFrog! This interactive toy adds a great supplement to our kindergarten day and stimulates thinking and motor skills without using a “dreaded screen.”
If you’re a homeschooling parent, looking for a grammar curriculum for your elementary student, IEW (Institute For Excellence in Writing) is a wonderful choice. I love Institute for Excellence in Writing so I jumped at the chance to review Level 5 Frog Prince from the Fix It! Grammar series.
Have you ever wondered about the value of homeschooling? Yes, they read books, play, do math problems, and more. But there is so much more than that! If you've made the decision to homeschool this year, you may feel a bit overwhelmed and uncertain about the year....
I don’t know about you, but I ALWAYS have “a million” things to do inside, outside, and around the house. Sometimes the amount of things I have to do seems horribly overwhelming. On a few occasions, it’s so overwhelming that I often avoid doing anything at all (major...
I’ll be completely honest with you. When I first got married 12 years ago, I could cook 3 dishes. I’m not kidding. And those 3 dishes weren’t even that great. Hubby and I lived in a small, old, 1-bedroom duplex that had the world’s smallest kitchen. It was super cozy...