Internship For High School Credit (Review)

  Internship for High School Credit is a wonderful resource for parents who are homeschooling through high school. Written by Sherri Seligson and published by Apologia Educational Ministries, this spiral bound workbook is available for $33.00 on the Apologia website.  Internship For High School Credit Oscar is heading to college in the next couple of months, and oh how I wish I had this book a couple of years ago!!! He plans to major in Music Composition … Read more…

Foreign Language For Littles (Review)

  As we’ve homeschooled through the years, I’ve come to realize that one of my favorite aspects of teaching my children at home is being able to enrich their lives with culture. Cultural art, music, reading, and foreign language are sprinkled throughout our weeks. Finding fine arts programs and teaching material for elementary age and up is easy, but what about foreign language for littles? Enter Whistlefritz. We have been using the Educator’s French Collection for a few weeks … Read more…

Health Videos for Kids (Review)

  We recently received the Homeschool Special from MarshMedia. These health videos for kids cover a wide variety of topics including hygiene, health, puberty education, safety, immune system disorders, head lice, nutrition, and much more.   Health Videos for Kids I think we all (at least all of us who were in public school) remember the TV monitors being wheeled into the classroom, the lights turned off, and the corny hygiene videos being shown to the class. These videos are … Read more…

Classical Biology Primer (Review)

Classical Biology Primer

  Nature’s Beautiful Order, written by Christopher Blum and John Cuddeback, is the first classical biology primer I’ve had the pleasure to read. This introduction to the study of animals is a compilation of works from great classical naturalists. Within the pages, you’ll find well-known names like John James Audubon, Jean-Henri Fabre, and St-George J. Mivart. Being a Charlotte Mason-esque homeschool, we don’t usually employ classical resources. However, products from Memoria Press tend to be the exception. Classical … Read more…

Living History Books For The Whole Family (Review)

  Since we are a Charlotte Mason-esque homeschool, living history books are the only kind of history books we keep. What is a living history book? Well, according to Simply Charlotte Mason- Living books are usually written by one person who has a passion for the subject and writes in conversational or narrative style. The books pull you into the subject and involve your emotions, so it’s easy to remember the events and facts. Living books … Read more…