Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics (Apologia Science Review)

Apologia Educational Ministries has long been known to homeschoolers for the many products they provide. Their elementary science series, written by Jeannie Fulbright, is an award-winning creation based curriculum. Our crew members got to reviews the latest book in the series, Exploring Creation with Chemistry and Physics. Aimed at students in grades K-6, this book … Read more

Lapbooking and Notebooking (Hands of a Child Review)

In the homeschooling community, In the Hands of a Child has become a name synonymous with high quality lapbooking and notebooking products together with reasonable prices.  The company began as the dream child of Kimm Bellotto and Niki McNeil in 2002.  Faced with the dilemma of answering the question “What exactly is a lapbook?,” Kimm … Read more

The Fascinating World of Mammals, Birds and Insects DVDs (Brainfood Learning Review)

Bryce and Jennifer Mooney of Brainfood Learning are parents who sought engaging educational videos, but they couldn’t quite find what they were looking for, and decided to create their own. Now, kids of all ages can enjoy three titles in the “Fascinating World of…” video series. One of the goals of Brainfood Learning is to … Read more

Physical Science, Biology and Chemistry for High School (Science for High School Review)

Science for High School by Bridget Ardoin is a research-based science curriculum that turns the traditional “read the chapter, answer the questions” method on its head. Or on its ear. Or possibly inside out. . . Bridget Ardoin graduated with a degree in microbiology from Louisiana State University, and has taught high school sciences in … Read more

One-Minute Science Mysteries! Review

This article is in collaboration with Science, Naturally! Science, Naturally! wants to “bridge the gap between the blackboard and the blacktop.”  As an independent press, they do this by publishing fun and interesting science and math resources that kids enjoy.  They strive to make these topics “intriguing and accessible” to students of all ages. The … Read more

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