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Hello! We are so glad you are considering joining us! We can’t wait to meet you! So what does it take to be a Schoolhouse Crew Review team member? We are so glad you asked. 1. Do you have an active blog? 2. Do you have at least 22 public followers? 3. Do you homeschool? 4. Do you like homeschool curriculum? 5. Do you want to use new curriculum with your own children and share about your experiences on your blog? If you answered YES, then we might be for you! Please fill out our application here:  2013 Schoolhouse Review Continue reading

Super Duper Publications – Coupon Codes!

Hello! The Schoolhouse Review Crew reviewed three really great products from Super Duper Publications. They have offered three excellent (30% off!) coupon codes to share with you. They expire in ten days so definitely check them out! HearBuilder Auditory Memory Home Edition Coupon Code:       BLGAM30 Save 30%   Expires 8/31/12 What it is: HearBuilder Auditory Memory teaches key strategies for remembering numbers, words, sentences, and stories. This research-based software includes five essential listening activities: Memory for numbers (3–7 digits) Memory for words (3–5 words organized by syllable) Memory for details (1–4 details) Auditory Closure (Sentence Completion) Memory Continue reading

Schoolhouse Review Crew Contest Rules

Schoolhouse Review Crew Contest Rules NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. LIMIT ONE PRIZE PER HOUSEHOLD IN ANY 90-DAY PERIOD. Contest Subject to Official Rules: All entrants and entries in the Schoolhouse Review Crew Giveaway (“Contest”), are subject to these contest-specific rules (“Contest Rules”), the Old Schoolhouse Magazine Official Contest Rules (“Official Rules”), which are incorporated herein by reference as though set forth in full, and applicable law. The Old Schoolhouse Magazine Official Contest Rules can be found online at Entering the Contest is an acknowledgement that the Entrant has read and agrees to these Continue reading

Highlights of June, 2012, TOS Magazine!

Click HERE to read it now for FREE! What should be on your to-do list? On page 128 Kendra Fletcher reveals reasons why you should ask God that question. What can you do this summer that will make your school year go more smoothly in the fall? Implement summer training with Malia Russell’s advice on page 126. Don’t just devour ice cream; study it with a fascinating unit study on page 92 that provides fun activities in ten subject areas. Learn which famous Greek leader loved snow flavored with nectar and honey, and then use the recipe on page 96 Continue reading

What is the Molly Crew?

We’re glad you asked! The Molly Crew is is the other half of the Schoolhouse Review Crew! The Molly Crew exists to review items you would use in your home and family from kitchen gadgets to gardening products to food! If you have it, we can review it! All Molly Crew reviews come with access to our dynamic reviewing team (up to 100 reviewers!) and one of the reviews runs in the monthly Molly Green Magazine. Do you have something you would like the Schoolhouse Review Crew to spread the word about, but it isn’t curriculum? We can do that! Continue reading

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Click the screenshot below to see an exciting intro about!   Teaching high schoolers? Struggling with math? This month, David Chandler joins to help you transform a frustrating learning experience into a joyful one! This physics, math, astronomy, and computer programming instructor presents three teaching videos about the confusing, perplexing, mysterious mathematic digit know as pi. Your students will see pi in a whole new light as they use pi to find the circumference of the earth around the equator, use pi in problems that involve the distance from the earh to the sun and how fast the earth travels, and even . . Continue reading