Making History Come Alive with Knowledge Quest Review

History is filled with interesting events and fascinating people, and Knowledge Quest offers unique ways to help students learn about and connect with history. Sacagawea is a historical novel with a twist. It is an interactive ebook for kids ages 10 and up, with embedded links that readers can click in order to gain a … Read more

Church, World, and American History from the 18th Century Review

Salem Ridge Press is a homeschooling family-owned company committed to re-printing quality literature from the 1800s and early 1900s so that it may be enjoyed and appreciated by today’s generation.  They specialize in historical fiction covering Church History, World History, and American History.  Through engaging stories and brave characters, these books bring history to life … Read more

Apologia Elementary Science Review

Over the past several years, the Schoolhouse Review Crew has reviewed several products from Apologia Educational Ministries. Homeschool parents found useful information in The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling and Educating the Wholehearted Child. They were encouraged and challenged by the books How to Have a H.E.A.R.T. for Your Kids and Read for the Heart. In terms of curriculum, … Read more

A New Subject for Charlotte Mason . . . Technology!

Three years ago when I started homeschooling, one name kept coming up in conversation: Charlotte Mason. She was everywhere. Then I discovered she’d been dead for over 80 years, and I started to wonder what she had to do with twenty-first century homeschooling. So I started digging. I discovered her premise contained twenty basic principles, … Read more

Spotlight on the Crew — Nature Study: Migratory Birds

{This week’s Spotlight on the Crew article is brought to you from Wendy, at  Life at Rossmont.} Even the birds in the sky        know the right times to do things.     The storks, doves, swifts, and thrushes        know when it is time to migrate.     But my people don’t know        what the Lord wants … Read more

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