Recently I was able to review a program that includes keyboarding lessons. The program is called Keyboarding for the Christian School. This can easily be used for homeschooling too. In this age of computers students need to know how to type. These ebooks reminded me of how I learned to type back in school. The […]
Archive | April, 2012
Here’s a free ebook (I think it is still free) that I have used to teach my son how to write his letters. It’s awesome! I wish I had known about this when I taught my daughters how to write. He loves it too. Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic Alphabet Book This site […]
Here’s an article I wrote about what a home school program looks like and what makes your home and system unique. You’ll discover some simple questions you can ask yourself to help you determine what you’re accomplishing and how to make it even better. read more here….
I recently received a review copy of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine’s new weE-book on homeschool mentoring in action. It’s called Missing in Action or Mentoring in Action? If you’re not familiar with weE-books, basically they are just books that
Finally a very interesting video tour of the International Space Station! This video highlight how the crew lives, how the station works and get a 360 degree tour around the place. This is definitely worth watching. http://www.nasa.gov/externalflash/ISSRG/index.htm For more homeschool articles, tips and resources check out Homeschool-How-To
Here’s a program called Family Mint that you will really like especially since it’s FREE. I have come across so many interesting and creative products this year as part of the TOS Homeschool review crew and Family Mint is
You wouldn’t think that a homeschool Mom would need a program like Graphics Toolbox, but after you use it
Roots and Fruits is a comprehensive e-book written by a homeschool Mom who used to be a teacher. She developed Roots and Fruits because she saw a lack in vocabulary knowledge among the students she was working with, even if they read a lot.
A friend of mine just told me about this free computer game that you can download for free to help teach your child their multiplication facts. It’s fun and interactive. Boys especially like the adventure. Try it and let me know what you think. Timez Attack