High School Curriculum Choices

Today, we continue the Homeschool Virtual Open House Tour by learning what Bear chose for his Freshman year of High School. Most subjects came from SchoolhouseTeachers.com and others are from recent reviews. He chose four core subjects and three electives to begin his high school career. He is currently on track to earn 7.5 creditsContinue reading “High School Curriculum Choices”

Embrace a Biblical Worldview One Verse at a Time

Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee. Psalm 119:11 KJV This passage of scripture reminds me of the importance of scripture memory for all Christians. As a family, we are using a product from Scripture MemoryContinue reading “Embrace a Biblical Worldview One Verse at a Time”

Let’s Chat: 3rd Grade Curriculum & Resource Books

Today, I’m continuing my homeschool virtual open house by sharing our selections for Bam Bam. Again, keep in mind that you’ll see A LOT of items in this video but most are just there as resources. I also specify which items are his actual math, language arts, science, and reading curriculum. Check out these 3rdContinue reading “Let’s Chat: 3rd Grade Curriculum & Resource Books”

2nd Grade Curriculum Choices, Supplements, & Resources

As you saw last week I am back on the My Father’s World path with my younger Cool Kids. Even though we are using a “boxed curriculum” we still need items for spelling, math, and language arts. So today I’ll be sharing the various resources and curriculum choices I have for Princess. Now, keep inContinue reading “2nd Grade Curriculum Choices, Supplements, & Resources”

My Father’s World Adventures in U.S. History (Unboxing & Extras)

I can’t believe it is time to begin a new school year again. I’ve been preparing for a month to start our adventure through the history of the United States of America. Even though I did not really enjoy going through this with Bear, I decided to try it again with my younger Cool Kids.Continue reading “My Father’s World Adventures in U.S. History (Unboxing & Extras)”

Homeschool Haul: Geometry, Grammar, School Supplies & More

Hey y’all! I’m back with a homeschool haul featuring high school and elementary items. Check out what I purchased from Christianbook.com, Wal-Mart, Amazon, and more! Catch up on the previous Homeschool Tip posts via this playlist: COMMENT BELOW: What homeschool item are you excited to use this year? For more weight loss updates and familyContinue reading “Homeschool Haul: Geometry, Grammar, School Supplies & More”

Let’s Talk: High School Math Prep

Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Math Essentials is known for its practice workbooks to enhance math skills. Today, we’ll be reviewing their Mastering Essential Math Skills, Pre-Algebra Concepts book. Each includes access to online video tutorials for every lesson in the book. A DVD version of the tutorials isContinue reading “Let’s Talk: High School Math Prep”

BOTW: Islands and Enemies *Imagination Station #28*

Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. The Imagination Station series is known for engaging and energetic children’s chapter books. Islands and Enemies by Marianne Hering is the 28th installment of the Tyndale series and it does not disappoint! We received a physical copy of this hardcover book. Every title withinContinue reading “BOTW: Islands and Enemies *Imagination Station #28*”

Father’s Day Prayer

Today we celebrate and acknowledge the wonderful men that take care of our children in word and deed. We also appreciate those that have stepped up to become an important part of the village or community that we can rely on. Let’s remember the many sacrifices fathers make for their children and families. Fathers alsoContinue reading “Father’s Day Prayer”

Summer Enrichment: 4 Ways to Review, Teach, & Make Learning Fun

Summer at our homeschool is all about only learning for fun! This year, our annual Summer Enrichment season began a little early due to multiple vacations. Thankfully, I was already prepared with my focal point of measurement paired with the Summer Brain Quest workbooks. Today I’ll be sharing information about creating a relaxed learning environmentContinue reading “Summer Enrichment: 4 Ways to Review, Teach, & Make Learning Fun”