Do you want to inspire creativity and excitement in history? Your child will have hours of fun making paper dolls of historical people with Figures In Motion books.
Teaching Textbooks offers a variety of online homeschool math curriculum for students in upper elementary, middle school, and high school. Now, these courses can be accessed via new and improved Teaching Textbooks Math 4.0!
Today's review features a detailed look at the Beginner Level, Art Core 2, Painting with Watercolor Pencils by ARTistic Pursuits.
Today's review features a detailed look at the Accelerated Individualized Mastery (AIM) for Multiplication with a Bridge to Division program. This is the latest product in the successful AIM series by Math-U-See.
Sharing a few Bible Studies, Inspirational books, and other novels I read in March.
I'm participating in a Women of Faith collaboration, hosted by The Ingrid Chronicles! In honor of Women's History Month, each participant chose a woman from the Bible to discuss.
Today I'm participating in a collaboration, hosted by Rebekah and Sadie Berman where we share our favorite things about Spring.
The Reading Game, 2nd Edition by Allsaid & Duun, LLC comes in a small box filled with six sets of memory games, picture flashcards, and storybooks. This program was created by Kenneth Hodkinson, the author of the popular Wordly Wise vocabulary series and "The Magic Stories" language arts supplement.
Today's review features a detailed walk-through of the Music Appreciation: Book 2 for the Middle Grades course and components. This middle school elective, offered by Zeezok Publishing, introduces your older children to the life, creative muses, and various talents of nine composers. This course was created for children in 5th through 8th grade. The items … Continue reading **UPDATED** Zeezok Publishing Music Appreciation Course (5th – 8th grade)
In this post I share four unique ways to educate children of all ages about African-American History. These tips are sure to allow you to create fun activities for your homeschool while acknowledging the importance of other cultures.