Homeschool Online Learning (SchoolhouseTeachers Review)

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Members of the Schoolhouse Review Crew were recently given a  full Yearly Membership Option to SchoolhouseTeachers.com for review. SchoolhouseTeachers.com is a homeschool online learning experience unlike any other, brought to the homeschool community by The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine. SchoolhouseTeachers contains more than 50 subjects, with current or archived content written for Preschool through High School, and … Read more

Homeschool Mom’s Bible (Zondervan Review)

Up now on the Crew review list is a brand new product focused on homeschooling Mom’s.  This time it’s not for the kids! Zondervan has come out with a new Bible titled, The Homeschool Mom’s Bible.  It is available in both NIV and KJV as well as an E-Bible.  It also comes in hardback or … Read more

Unlocking the Potential in Your Children (PeopleKeys Review)

Have you ever wanted to know why your kids do the things they do, and what they’re thinking while they do it? Wondered exactly what motivates them, and wished you had a better understanding of how to help them effectively use that drive? Or, take it even farther, and use their unique personality to encourage, … Read more

Teaching Safety Habits to Young Children (Greene Bark Press Review)

Greene Bark Press, Inc. is a family-owned company established in 1991 to publish books they feel are “original, colorful, imaginative” and promote the essential developmental skills of reading and language.  In spite of the advance of technology and electronic devices, Greene Bark Press believes in the power of the printed book and the positive benefits of reading with and for children.  … Read more

Understanding Child Brain Development (Family Hope Center Review)

The Family Hope Center believes that every child is a unique individual and should be treated as such.  They work with parents of a child diagnosed as special needs or exhibiting developmental delays to develop a customized approach which targets the brain rather than the symptoms.  After evaluating current skills and abilities, the Family Hope … Read more

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