Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Wanna know what I'd like to do? I would like to replace every mainstream news media source with WORLD Watch. I firmly believe the mainstream news media has been like a toxic poison to America. Imagine a news show that doesn't insult your intelligence?… Continue reading WORLD Watch News Review
This is the third year that I've replaced our morning basket with a Lunch Crate. Why? Well, why not? It just works better for our family, and it may work well for yours as well! The Idea Behind The Crate Several reasons contributed to the birth of the lunch crate for our family. The first… Continue reading The Lunch Crate. Circle Time for High School.
Oh September, you are so fun! Just in the first ten days are some of my favorite things to celebrate: wildlife, cheese pizza, reading, coffee ice cream, and being late for something! I've got a feeling that it's going to be a great month! Spoiler alert, the last ten days of September are just as… Continue reading Something to Celebrate in September
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
Do you dream of lands far away? Have you been bitten by the travel bug, but are short on funds, or experiencing travel restrictions? Do you need to jazz up your homeschool geography curriculum? World travel is only a letter away through Letters From Afar. I love this product so much, I asked to become… Continue reading Travel the World Through Letters – Letters From Afar Review
Recently, I was filling out forms for my son to test for his driver's permit at the DMV. The woman helping me commented on my nice handwriting. We briefly chatted about how handwriting may be becoming a lost art. Later on that day, I thought about that in light of the virtual learning that has… Continue reading How to Teach Handwriting at Home
Disclosure: I received this product free through the Homeschool Review Crew This post contains affiliate links. That means I may make a commission should you decide to purchase at no extra cost to you. As always, I only recommend products I use and want to share them with you! I am excited to kick off… Continue reading Take a Look at SchoolhouseTeachers.com
I don't know about you, but shopping may look different this year for many. Sadly, my days of wandering the aisles of my favorite stores to find the perfect gift may not be possible this year. Good news though! Many of my favorite online companies, blogger friends, and others are rolling out some great deals… Continue reading Holiday Deals, Freebies, and Ideas!
What's the first thing you think of when you hear "gimme a break"? Is it that 80's sitcom starring Nell Carter? Is it a Kit-Kat bar? Am I just a mom stuck somewhere in 1987? Or has homeschooling pushed me over the edge? I'm sure most of us have mumbled the words "gimme a break"… Continue reading Give Me A Break from Homeschooling
He opened a clean notebook, lifted his quill pen, and wrote: "A is the first letter of the Alphabet in most of the known languages of the earth......" Meet Noah Webster. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut on October 16, 1758. Outspoken, opinionated, socially awkward, some say an incurable lunatic. He irritated others, and he… Continue reading Vocabulary Activities for Teens and Tweens