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Roman Town App Review from Dig-It! Games

Roman Town Educational App (Dig-It! Games Review)

Do you have middle school students who are interested in game-based learning? Do you look around at the many educational apps created for elementary school and wish that you could find educational apps for your middle school aged child? Members of the Schoolhouse Review Crew have had the opportunity to spend several weeks testing out […]

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Roman Town App Review from Dig-It! Games

Roman Town Educational App (Dig-It! Games Review)

Do you have middle school students who are interested in game-based learning? Do you look around at the many educational apps created for elementary school and wish that you could find educational apps for your middle school aged child? Members of the Schoolhouse Review Crew have had the opportunity to spend several weeks testing out […]

Writing with Sharon Watson Review

Illuminating Literature for High School (Writing with Sharon Watson Review)

Teaching high school literature can be a daunting prospect. It involves learning not just works from numerous literary genres, but all of the many components of great literature. From foreshadowing to flashback, a strong high school foundation will leave your student well prepared for college level courses. However, teaching all of that may be intimidating […]

Alpha Omega Publications Review

Horizons Homeschool Curriculum (Alpha Omega Publications Review)

Alpha Omega Publications formed nearly forty years ago to create a Christian curriculum for Christian schools. When homeschooling began to move in more and more as an education option, Alpha Omega Publications was there, one of the early options for people choosing this non-traditional route in schooling their children. For over thirty years now, Alpha […]

Classical Conversations Review

The Conversation Book (Classical Conversations Review)

If you have been looking into homeschooling for any length of time, you have probably heard of Classical education. But what IS classical education? How do you actually do it? Leigh A. Bortins, founder of Classical Conversations, has just added a new book to her how-to trilogy of classical education — The Conversation: Challenging Your […]

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Back to Homeschool Blog Hop

2015 Back to Homeschool Blog Hop

It’s time for our 10h Homeschool Blog Hop.  This year we will be joining forces with Homeschool Blogging Connection to bring you a week full of back to school encouragement. We have 53 homeschool Mom’s sharing their combined wisdom and insights covering everything Homeschool related. That’s over 260 posts of encouragement and information just for you! Meet Your […]

Homeschool Through a Family Crisis

Homeschool Through a Family Crisis

We have homeschooled our family right from the beginning – through 10 years of having babies, 3 years of my husband going back to college, 2 moves for jobs, losing a job, re-enlisting in the military, another move, parenting on my own while he was away for many training courses and a tour in Afghanistan, […]

5 Steps for Success in Homeschooling High School

Five Steps for Success in Homeschooling High School

When you first start thinking about homeschooling through high school, your reaction is often one of fear and confusion. The entire idea seems simply overwhelming and impossible. I know. I’ve been there. Let me assure you that it is possible to homeschool through high school without going crazy, filing bankruptcy, or alienating your children. Just […]

Zoobs - Learning Through Play

Zoobs and Learning Through Play

If your kids are anything like my kids, they love to get their hands on any building toy they can. Over the years, we have amassed Mega Bloks, giant-sized cardboard bricks for building houses, wooden blocks, Duplos, Erector sets, Zoobs, and small-sized Legos. Once or twice a year when we go through our toys and […]

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