PreScripts Cursive Letters and Coloring: Medieval to Modern World History Review

Ah, cursive.  Quite a controversial subject in some circles.  Should I teach it?  Is it an unnecessary skill in these technology driven modern times?  Why is it still important and relevant?  All of these questions and many more are pondered and debated across the Internet amongst education circles.  My opinion? I think cursive is most […]

Addition and Subtraction Rap Review and GIVEAWAY!

Gabriella has been working on addition and subtraction this past year and one of the things that comes along with the territory is learning math facts. Flashcards can be great tools for this as well as just tons of practice working the problems, but sometimes a more fun approach really does the job.  That’s where […]

Moving Beyond the Page Review

Gabriella is very enamored with all things prairie and pioneer, so when we received the opportunity from Moving Beyond the Page to review their literature based Sarah, Plain and Tall Language Arts unit and the corresponding science unit, The Land, I was excited to share it with her.  From the minute we received our package […]

Aritmetic Village Review and GIVEAWAY!!

Once upon a time, there was a homeschooling mom who was inspired by a math poem and decided to create a magical land where Arithmetic was the name and numbers were the game. In this land were several whimsical villagers, each with their own quirky mathematical characteristics and a generous and kind King who ruled […]

Christianity Cove Fruits of the Spirit Activity Kit Review

We have been learning about the fruits of the spirit all year in our homeschool and I’ve been looking around for resources to help cement or supplement what we’ve learned so far.  I found that and much more from Christianity Cove, a children’s ministry that is very budget friendly while teaching biblical truths and principles.  They […]

Math Mammoth Review

Math is the subject that I find most intimidating to teach as a homeschooler.  I was always the wordy nose-in-a-book type and math past a certain level was always a struggle for me.  When I’m choosing a math curriculum for my children, I look for ease of use, thorough explanation, and also for inclusion of […]

See the Light Art Curriculum Review

*this post contains affiliate links*We have recently been greatly blessed to receive the opportunity to review a wonderful product from See the Light a Christian company devoted to teaching children art AND teaching them about the Lord.  How wonderful is that? See the Light offers three different options when it comes to art instruction and […]

J is for Jammin’ to Letter Sounds

Rock N Learn has done it again with this updated Letter Sounds DVD.  Meet more fun and colorful characters who are your child’s companions through this 62 minute video geared towards children ages 4-7.    Kicking things off with a fun new alphabet song, these friends introduce uppercase and lowercase letters.  Then there is a tour […]

Awesome Science with Noah Justice: Explore the John Day Fossil Beds Review

I was a part of a conversation just a few days ago that involved someone making the bold claim that no one had ever presented any scientific proof that creationism could be true.  Not only does that statement show a lack of research done by that person, but it also greatly illustrates the need for […]

H is for Helping Children Learn to Pray

*This post may contain affiliate links Teaching children how to pray seems like it should be an easy task, but I’ve found that isn’t always true.  As an adult, I sometimes have a hard time formulating my own thoughts into words to lift up to the Lord, so children who don’t have the same scope […]