I had the privilege of reviewing a Financial Accounting Course called Professor in a Box, designed especially for homeschool students. Since one of my daughters is a senior and would like to go into business for herself as an esthetician (spa owner), I thought that this would be a good course for her to take. […]
America’s Heritage – an adventure in liberty is another great resource to use for homeschooling History and it is free! I received a review copy of this disk and was pleasantly surprised. Although this curriculum/resource is
Recently I received an autographed copy of the book Sarah’s Wish because I am part of the TOS homeschool crew. One of the benefits of being part of the crew is getting great books like this one I am about to tell you about. Sarah’s Wish is written by a 62 year old grandfather named […]
I know how hectic things can get around here and how hard it is for me to get a way for even a day. I haven’t been to a homeschool curriculum fair in many years. Part of that is because of time and
What does mind mapping have to do with homeschooling you ask? Plenty! I wanted to bring you this Freemind review to let you know about a nifty little program you can use in many aspects of homeschooling or home business. If you’re not familiar with mind mapping,
I recently came across a book called The Complete Guide to Organized Parenting (at the bottom of that page) written by Barbara Myers. She is a professional organizer, mom and website owner who has put together this exhaustive resource. You may think, “Is organized parenting really possible?” I’ve read many organizing books over the years […]
I keep finding more Internet field trips, so I’ll just keep sharing them here and telling you what is out there.
You might think it’s too late now to help another family this Christmas, but I say it’s never too late for Christmas giving. Even if you don’t find someone to help before Christmas, people who need help will still need it after Christmas too.
I have collected some Thanksgiving resources for you to use this season. I will be posting more right up until Thanksgiving. Let me know what you think. Here’s a great site – Thanksgiving crafts for ages K-3. In order to get the PDFs of the booklets you have to be a member of their site, […]
A few months ago I became aware of a program for homeschool High School students who want to homeschool college or at least get a head start on college while in High School. This is such a cool concept, I wish I had come up with it myself.
My son’s favorite Science experiment involves simple baking soda and vinegar. When he says, “Mom, let’s do Chemistry,” I know to get out the vinegar and baking soda. You just sprinkle some baking soda in any sink or bathtub. Then you pour some vinegar over it and watch the bubbles and fizz begin. Most people […]