Something to Celebrate

Something to Celebrate in May

What a variety of things to celebrate in May! Star Wars and shrimp, lemonade and limericks, paper planes and paperclips! Holidays are so much fun when you Celebrate Every Day!  When I started this series back in January, my intention was to provide some fun things to do, and celebrate the little things in life while… Continue reading Something to Celebrate in May

REVIEWS - Curriculum, books, media, homeschool products

Teaching Textbooks Math 4.0 Review

Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew Would you like to know this homeschooling mom's sanity saver? The answer is simple: I don't teach math. That's right. I haven't taught math since my kids were in 4th grade. They are in high school now. How in the world have I managed… Continue reading Teaching Textbooks Math 4.0 Review

Tips for Homeschooling Mamas

Notgrass Exploring Economics Curriculum Review

Disclosure:  I received Exploring Economics at a discount from Timberdoodle in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are my own. If you shop for clothes or groceries or gasoline, if you buy imported goods, if you start a business, if you read the headlines, if you support and vote for political candidates, economics will… Continue reading Notgrass Exploring Economics Curriculum Review

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Learn to Paint with Watercolor Pencils Artistic Pursuits Review

Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. I'm always excited when an art curriculum becomes available to review! My daughter and I have been working the past few weeks with the new¬†Beginner Level, Art Core 2, Painting with Watercolor Pencils course by ARTistic Pursuits. This independent course combines art instruction, art… Continue reading Learn to Paint with Watercolor Pencils Artistic Pursuits Review

Putting the Fun in Homeschooling

Poetry Ideas for Teens Who Hate It

Ever since my kids were young, whenever I mentioned poetry, I was met with moans and groans. Whether it was writing a haiku, an acrostic, or limerick, nothing seemed to spark much interest. Sure, we read our share of Shel Silverstein that produced some giggles, but when it came to writing their own, I think… Continue reading Poetry Ideas for Teens Who Hate It

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Mastering the Scientific Calculator Review

I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Who else remembers having to have a scientific calculator back in high school? I did! Teachers and students alike jokingly said that we needed a separate class to understand how to use them! Well, that class never happened back then, but guess what? Now there… Continue reading Mastering the Scientific Calculator Review

Something to Celebrate

Something to Celebrate in April

How does No Housework Day sound to you? Are you into Shakespeare? Do you wear your pajamas to work? Planning a trip to the zoo? Find out about many of the National Holidays when you Celebrate Every Day! Oh, about those pajamas........I'm skipping out on that one! We are "hopping" right along through the calendar,… Continue reading Something to Celebrate in April

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See You In Homeschool Court – A Product Review

Disclosure: I received this product free through the Homeschool Review Crew I have been called for jury duty several times at the most inconvenient times - isn't it always? Unfortunately, I was never able to serve as the cases were always cancelled. I thought it would be interesting for me as well as my teens… Continue reading See You In Homeschool Court – A Product Review

Say It Saturday

Say It Saturday – Could Covid Be a Cure?

This week marks the anniversary where almost everyone homeschooled. Imagine that for a moment. By March 25th 2020, every public school in the country was closed. How have things changed this year for your family? Could Covid actually be the cure to a disease that has been lurking in public schools across America for years?… Continue reading Say It Saturday – Could Covid Be a Cure?