Ten Reasons Why Hiking Counts as Schooling

Living on the road full-time with our eight kids, we have more hiking opportunities than the average foundation-based family. The swell (yes, swell) aspect of hiking is that we can count it as a school day. Skeptical? Allow me to make a believer out of you with these “hike-schooling” subject areas: 1. Geology Regardless of … Read more

Help Teaching Pro Reviews

This article is in collaboration with HelpTeaching.com. Life is so busy and doesn’t leave us much energy for extras.  When our kids do need a little extra educational help, why waste time searching all over for the extra learning materials we need?  The HelpTeaching.com Pro Subscription from HelpTeaching.com is an online program that gives parents … Read more

Carole P. Roman books and collections Reviews

This is sponsored content. Books are a huge part of our homeschooling adventure.  They take us to places we many never physically travel to, they teach us, and they help us develop our imagination.  They introduce us to real life heroes, imaginary pirates and princesses, and other characters we can relate to.  These things are … Read more

Let’s Go Geography Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Let’s Go Geography. Ready for a trip around the world?  Let’s Go Geography is an online subscription for  K-4th graders that will introduce your student to the tastes, sounds, and sights of different countries around our globe each week.  Author, Carol Henderson, has been teaching geography to elementary students in … Read more

Oh Susannah, Bedtime Stories, Captain No Beard, If you were Me Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Carole P Roman. Imagine reading stories to your child that takes them on an educational adventure to far off times, far off places or just really great bedtime stories, each with beautiful illustrations. Members of the Homeschool Review Crew were given the opportunity to review four selections from several … Read more

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