Bring Lessons to Life with Hands On History

This article is in collaboration with Home School in the Woods. Teaching history can be daunting. What is history? Dates and dead people? Dates and names are meaningless without a frame to hang them on—a framework that makes history real. So, where can a parent find such a framework without having to do all the … Read more

Hands-on-History, Project Passport, À La Carte Timelines and Time Travelers Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Home School in the Woods. As a veteran home educating mom, the first name that always springs to mind when I’m asked about hands-on homeschooling resources is Home School in the Woods. Recently the Homeschool Review Crew have been blessed to use some fabulous hands on materials over the … Read more

Lapbooks for Classical Conversations, Apologia, Inventors & 20th Century Reviews

This article is in collaboration with A Journey Through Learning Lapbooks. Fun and knowledge collide to spark learning through lapbooking! Why use only worksheets or workbooks when your child can create his or her own complete lesson book to show off to dad or grandparents, pull out for future reference, and then easily tuck away … 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

Unit Studies and Lapbooking for PreK – Middle School Review

A Journey Through Learning provides a wonderful opportunity to practice scrapbooking/lapbooking in an educational setting.  The lapbooks are available for all different subjects and ages.  On the main page of the website you will see a few new lapbooks including ones for upcoming holidays. A Journey Through Learning was created by two homeschool moms who … Read more

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