Preparing Your Homeschool High School Student for College (College Prep Genius Review)

For parents and students who have questions about how to prepare for college, High School Prep Genius provides information, explanations, and guidance packed into eighteen chapters in a high quality glossy trade paperback. Published by College Prep Genius, this 440-page book introduces how to use the book with instructions for creating a college and career … Read more

Papa’s Pearls Book Review

Recently, members of the Schoolhouse Review Crew had the privilege of reading Papa’s Pearls: A Father’s Gift of Love and Wisdom to His Children and Grandchildren by Diane Flynn Keith. This book tells the story of Carol Joseph Flynn, otherwise known as “Papa.” Early on in life, Papa experienced much hardship and adversity which led to misbehavior in school and eventually … Read more

Autism and ABCs: Early Homeschooling on the Spectrum

The early learning years of preschool and kindergarten are a wondrous time of new discoveries and acquiring new skills by leaps and bounds.  Children tend to be eager to learn at this age, soaking up knowledge like a sponge.  Although autism presents its own unique challenges, these early years are still precious and full of … Read more

Fun Physical Activities for Young Children! (Dr. Craft’s Active Play! Books Review)

Homeschooling with toddlers and preschoolers in the house can be challenging, to say the least! Coming up with creative ways to keep them occupied, engaged, and out of trouble can test the patience right out of the best of us. Dr. Craft’s Active Play understands this challenge and has designed Active Play! Fun Physical Activities for … Read more

Schoolhouse Review Crew Bloggy Convention — Day One

Welcome to our 2nd Annual Schoolhouse Review Crew Bloggy Convention! Homeschool convention season is upon us, but we know that not everyone is able to get to the many homeschool conventions available this time of year. So we’d like to help you out by sharing 25 of the Crew’s favorite products from our 2012 review … Read more

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