I was recently asked to review an ebook called Preschoolers and Peace: Homeschooling older kids with success while loving the little ones at your feet that was written by Kendra Fletcher of Preschoolers and Peace ~ (http://PreschoolersandPeace.com/) and I agreed due to the fact that I could always use some more ideas on how . . . → Read More: The Old Schoolhouse Review Crew Review ~ Preschoolers and Peace
For years I got supplementary products for free or very low cost from Currclick. Unit studies, penmanship practice, lapbooks, languages. You name it, I bet you could find it there! Each week they offer curriculum for free and all of their prices are very reasonable.
I recently received this cute little bible in the mail to review. Our last children’s bible’s pages were hanging by spinal threads so I was quite happy to accept a replacement to review.
A couple of weeks ago it arrived in the mail and I was impressed with the bright illustrations and . . . → Read More: Review and Giveaway ~ Treasury Of Bible Stories
I came across this website with a few activities with a hummingbird theme lately, so if you are doing a unit study on Hummingbirds, check it out at http://www.rubythroat.org/
Literature Learning Ladders
Age Range: 5-18 (Grades K-12, with parental supervision)
This website offers literature-based WebQuests for grades K-12. WebQuests challenge students to use the Internet to find resources to solve questions and problems about a given topic. A literature-based WebQuest uses a book as a focal point for activities that revolve around the theme, . . . → Read More: Freebie Friday ~ Literature
Apples4TheTeacher: Foreign Languages
Age Range: 6-13 (Grades 1-8, with parental supervision)
This is really cool! Today’s site offers FREE interactive games to practice elementary foreign languages. When you get to the site look for the menu that includes:
American Sign Language – Learn to fingerspell and create your own printable sign flashcards. Gaelic Games (Ireland) . . . → Read More: Freebie Friday ~ Foreign Languages
Flashcards have always been the bane of my existence as a homeschooling mother. I always have great intentions, but flashcards are just not my thing, and after 15 years of homeschooling, I can say this for certain. I would rather use other means for my kids to learn their basic facts. However, because I . . . → Read More: Schoolhouse Review Crew Review ~ UberSmart Software
During the busy summer months, I was blessed to be chosen to receive a few fun and easy to use products to review for The Schoolhouse Review Crew. Wizzy Gizmo ~ (http://www.wizzygizmo.com) sent me Audio Drama One: Who Created Everything? to add to our audiobook collection!
Audio Drama One: Who Created Everything? is . . . → Read More: Schoolhouse Review Crew Review ~ Wizzy Gizmo
I just found a place that you can get the digital school planners from TOS magazine for FREE! They are at the bottom of the list on this webpage!