How to have a great year using homeschool freebies . . . Finding homeschool freebies can sometimes be a difficult task because of the vastness of the Internet. I’ve created a page and listed all the best places to find these freebies. There are websites, planners, worksheets, math pages and more. Why try to find […]
Archive | November, 2012
If your child is struggling with their math facts, they might benefit from an online math program like
I received several books from Bright Ideas Press. Some of them I have seen before and some I had not. You can tell that they work hard at providing quality materials for students. The first book (set of books) that I want to mention is The Mystery of History
Is there such a thing as Ideal Curriculum? Well, even though there is no way to find a perfect curriculum, there is
I had the opportunity to review the Amazing Bible timeline. I must say it is quite a large map measuring about 36″ x 44″, but with the circular format it takes up a lot less room than a regular timeline that covers 6,000 years of history. My family enjoyed seeing how long and short each […]
Math U See is one of our favorite programs. Here’s my review… Hope this is helpful. Let me know what you think.
Did you know that scientists can tell what kind of rock you send to them? Follow this site and find out how you can send a rock to a scientist. They will test the rock with the same technology they use on the mars exploration rover and then tell you what the rock is made […]
You can check out Flash Card Math here and see all they have to offer. You can print your own flashcards and worksheets. This is the coolest math and free worksheet site I have seen. There are also interactive flash cards here too that your child can do with cute characters.