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Orphs of the Woodlands APP Reviews

Orphs of the Woodlands at Tangletree {Star Toaster Review}

Are you looking for fun yet educational apps for your children to keep learning going this summer? Star Toaster, creator of Orphs of the Woodlands, has a new app available in the iTunes store with their latest interactive book and game, called Orphs of the Woodlands at Tangletree. The goal at Star Toaster is to provide […]

2016 Reviews

Beric The Briton GA Henty Audio Drama Reviews

Beric The Briton {Heirloom Audio Productions Review}

Heirloom Audio Productions has brought us back in time to when pagan England is being invaded by Christian Rome. The clash, the struggle, the emotion- it is all brought to life in the audio drama Beric The Briton. This lively historical story is based on the G.A. Henty novel of the same name and is […]

ABeCeDarian Company Reviews

ABeCeDarian Interactive {ABeCeDarian Company Review }

Teaching our children to read is one of the most foundational things we teach them. ABeCeDarian Company can help parents with this task. The research-based, multi-sensory “decoding” approach that ABeCeDarian Company has developed focuses on phonemics awareness, phonics, and fluency in order to give a comprehensive reading base for all ages, beginning readers to adult. […]

ArtAchieve Reviews

Art Lessons for Children {ArtAchieve Review}

Can anyone teach art lessons to kids?  Are you comfortable teaching drawing and painting? ArtAchieve makes it easy! This program is perfect for students and teachers who do not have a background that enables them to teach art classes. ArtAchieve makes the learning exciting! ‘ The Crew used three of the five levels of lessons. Each […]

Laurelwood Books Reviews

Latin and Penmanship {Laurelwood Books Review}

Laurelwood Books offers a wide variety of curriculum for homeschoolers. For these reviews they gave the crew a number of options from handwriting, to Latin, to history. Some members of the crew got to check out State the Facts: a Guide to Studying Your State. Aimed at ages eight and up, the guide includes activities […]

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Spotlight on the Crew

our Favorite Curriculum

Our Favorite Curriculum

As the beginning of a new school year is drawing nearer many of us are starting to think about curriculum and what to use for the new school year. These days with the advent of the internet there is so much available it can become totally overwhelming. This week I’ve asked the Crew to share […]

Three SimpleWays to Schedule YourHome School

Homeschool Scheduling

Our home schooling schedule has changed throughout the years. When we first began home schooling, I knew that I wanted to teach the girls year round, but I didn’t really know how I would do it. For us learning at home is such a big part of our lives that I didn’t realize the need […]

How to homeschool bigs when you have littles

How to homeschool bigs when you have littles

When it comes to homeschooling, if you are going to decide to get on this merry-go-round, you have to be prepared to answer questions from the public on the topic. One of the most frequent questions I get goes something like this: “I only have three kids, and I’m not homeschooling and already, I have […]


How Charlotte Mason Transformed my Homeschool

Six years ago I was a young mom who had unenrolled her upcoming kindergartner and second grader from our local public school and set forth on this great adventure called homeschooling. It wasn’t a decision I had researched heavily and had an exact plan for. We knew something needed to change for our oldest son […]

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