The Book of Ingeniously Daring Chemistry

The Book of Ingeniously Daring Chemistry Learning about the periodic table of elements can be difficult! And if your kids are like mine, they learn much faster when they can actually see something happen, instead of just reading about it. That’s why the book, The Book of Ingeniously Daring Chemistry: 24 Experiments for Young Scientists, by […]

Apologia Exploring Creation Science DVDs

Apologia Exploring Creation Science DVDs I was recently able to preview three spectacular Science DVDs from Apologia.  If you haven’t heard of this company, advice let me tell you, search they are amazing.  They were recently voted the number one publisher of creation-based science and Bible curriculum and have more than fifty top awards from […]

The League and The Lantern: A Rip-Roaring Adventure Series

The League and The Lantern: A Rip-Roaring Adventure Series Do your children take a break over the summer or just a lighter load? We take a couple of weeks off and then start back with a lighter load. We also have a summer reading list and a weekly book club. Let me tell you about […]

Edible Science Experiments {Book Review}

Edible Science Experiments {Book Review} If you’re homeschooling like I am, you may have had to get creative with the subject of Science at home. A lot can be learned from books or online, sure…but some things are just better when the students can learn by doing it themselves. So I have to suggest the […]

FREE 30 Day Summer Art Plan

Looking for a way to keep your teens engaged and learning this summer? Feel like you didn’t get quite enough art in this year? Our friends at Education Possible have developed this convenient calendar with links to 30 different art projects, so you can let your middle schooler’s creativity run wild these next few weeks. […]

FREE Teen Summer Reading Activity

FREE Teen Summer Reading Activity Are you looking for a way to encourage your kids to seek a wider variety of books to read this summer? Download a copy of BOOKO, physician a bingo themed reading activity from Education Possible. Each square contains a different summer reading activity for teens to complete. Some of the activities […]

FREE American Pioneer Notebooking Unit for Middle School

Are you studying the early 1800s and American Pioneers in history this year? Is it on your schedule for next year? If this is what your kids are learning, then this FREE notebooking unit from our friends at Education Possible is something you’ll definitely want to grab. Don’t know much about notebooking? It’s a wonderful […]

Evaluating Primary Sources (free printable)

Evaluating Primary Sources (free printable) The middle school years are the perfect time to start looking at history closely using books that present alternating points-of-view and evaluating those sources with primary documents. Younger students are hearing all these fascinating stories for the first time, sildenafil but middle-grade students are ready to evaluate and discuss history. Tonia […]

Introducing the NEW Educents Marketplace

Have you heard the awesome news? I think this is going to make a real difference for those of us that are either looking to sell our products or parents looking to purchase homeschooling curriculum. I just received an email from the founders of Educents, Kate and Kaitlyn, with some really exciting news. Until today, […]

Standard Deviants Accelerate {Review}

In today’s technology driven world, so much of what our kids do is on the computer, including their education. Plus, there are so many options and software packages to choose from! That’s why I’ve come to appreciate Standard Deviants Accelerate, which offers multiple online classes covering several grade levels, concentrating on middle and high school levels.