Create a Yearbook for Your Homeschool! (Picaboo Yearbooks Review)

For most, the school year has come to a close and we are starting to plan for next year.  But, before you move on, take a minute to look over the last year of school.  What were the highlights, the accomplishments, the things you don’t want to forget?  Do you have a way to preserve … Read more

Life Principles of the Happiest and Most Successful Among Us Review

This article is in collaboration with Ed Douglas Publications. The Homeschool Review Crew members have been reading 25 Truths: Life Principles of the Happiest and Most Successful Among Us from Ed Douglas Publications. Ed Douglas, CFP™ draws from his own experiences as a successful business man, author, financial planner, loving husband and father, and coach to inspire and motivate … Read more

Historical Fiction for Children (Goldtown Adventures Book Review)

Susan K. Marlow began writing stories when she was 10 years old. She obtained an elementary education degree and taught in Christian schools before homeschooling her children. Now over 20 years later she is “back in the saddle” helping homeschooling families by teaching writing workshops as well as writing good historical fiction books for kids. … 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

Learn About the Ancient Mayan Culture with Dig-It Games (Mayan Mysteries Review)

Sometimes playing video games is educational. Especially when you play the new game Mayan Mysteries from Dig-It! Games. With this new game your child will take an educational journey back in time through a mysterious Ancient Mayan civilization. Dig-It! Games was founded in 2005 by a professional archaeologist and former middle-school teacher, Suzi Wilczynski, who … Read more

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