Reviewing Timeline Collection: A Collection of Historical Timeline Figures by Home School in the Woods really helped my daughter understand and organize her history studies. This year, we are using A Child’s History of the World by Virgil M. Hillyer to talk about history. History is usually a very dry […]

My youngest daughter had fun reviewing R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook Grade 1 by Crafty Classroom. R.E.A.D. stands for Ready, Eager, Able and Determined to READ. This is a digital product that is intended to be low-prep, hands-on and ready to go. It is the type of product that would be good […]

Matific Galaxy is an online math resource that provides fun activities for learning or practicing math skills such as counting, ordering, addition, and subtraction. For this review, my oldest daughter chose to use the online games to support the concepts she was already learning in the third grade. (I mention […]

I was looking forward to the review of the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Planner for 2019/20 Year published by The Old Schoolhouse®. I have used the digital version for the past 4 years. I appreciated how the author, Gena Suarez, always includes a letter of encouragement each month. I like to […]

Our family was excited to review the e-Science Homeschool Science Curriculum by Supercharged Science. My kids and I were thrilled that it promised LOTS of hands-on experiments, was one of Cathy Duffy’s top 102 picks and Homeschool World’s best science curriculum. I first received a Welcome email from Aurora Lipper, […]

Famous Artists Online Unit Study (Vol.2) from Techie Homeschool Mom is what I would consider a very in-depth arts course. My oldest daughter and I had the opportunity to review it together. In fact, I would consider it an art appreciation course with hands-on training. I was intrigued when I […]

Complete didn’t mean having it all While I like using a complete homeschool curriculum, I don’t always find exactly what we need and have to supplement. So, I was happy for the opportunity to review the First Grade Complete Homeschool Curriculum from Homeschool Complete. Would there be learning gaps? Because […]

If you now find yourself homeschooling as a single parent or are looking at the homeschooling option as a single parent, I want to introduce you to two resources. For me, these two resources fit a very short, but strict checklist that I had as I began homeschooling my kids. […]

I must be honest. I ASKED to review the online course Balancing Diapers and Deadlines from Lisa Tanner Writing. I wanted to see if it was a course that I could recommend to you… Single Parents Homeschooling.     The course is broken down into units. Each unit has several […]

Our family had the opportunity to review Math-Whizz, a supplemental tutorial math program by Whizz Education. We were very impressed by the results. I have been searching for a math program that my girls would enjoy. One that they would be eager to use and still learn (and recall) essential math […]