Learning About Science Collections Reviews

This articke is in collaboration with WriteBonnieRose. WriteBonnieRose is a website authored by Bonnie Rose Hudson. Bonnie is a writer who had never been homeschooled and had no children. And yet, somehow she found herself in the world of homeschoolers and became incredibly passionate about the homeschool market. “My heart’s desire,” Bonnie writes on her … Read more

Home School Navigator Reading and Language Arts Curriculum Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Home School Navigator. Reading, writing and arithmetic are the main subjects that we teach our children every day. Sometimes the reading and writing part can get overwhelming. Do you ever feel that way? Well, the Homeschool Review Crew were recently given a one-year subscription to Home School Navigator, a … Read more

Science, Biology and Life Science from Science Shepherd Review

This article is in collaboration with Science Shepherd. When it comes to finding a solid, Biblically-based science curriculum, parents often have a hard time finding something that works for a variety of levels and is flexible with their scheduling. Science Shepherd answers the call with its complete, effective, and engaging science curriculum products that provide … Read more

Rainforest Journey Review

This article is in collaboration with EdTechLens. EdTechLens is a fun and engaging online science enrichment curriculum created for grades Kindergarten through 5th. Their first program, Rainforest Journey, is a one-year e-learning life science program. The program covers the same life science concepts with increasing complexity for each grade level, K-5. What makes EdTechLens unique … Read more

Elementary Writing for Homeschool (WriteShop Review)

Regardless of whether you are a good writer yourself, teaching someone else how to write can be quite a challenge, especially if that someone else happens to be your child. Fortunately, WriteShop takes all the pain out of the process. For the past eight weeks, 55 Crew members have had the good fortune to be … Read more

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