New Series! 5 Days of Homeschool Routines

5 Days Homeschool Routine Series ThouShallNotWhine.com Homeschooling | Routines | Large Family

All next week (April 23rd through the 28th) I will be joining my Crew mates in a 5-Day Blog Hop. Each day I’ll be publishing a new post about Homeschool Routines. My five topics are: Day 1 – Gentle Homeschool Morning Routine Day 2 –

Anatomy & Physiology for Elementary Students with Apologia

Apologia Human Anatomy and Physiology Science Review ThouShallNotWhine.com Homeschool | Science | Curriculum | Elementary

We received the Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology set from Apologia for review. You might think, “Anatomy and Physiology in elementary grades???” YES! Apologia has created a wonderful program perfect for children kindergarten through sixth grade (or 5 to 12-year-olds.) Anatomy & Physiology for Elementary Students For

Family Movie Night ~ Princess Cut {Review}

Princess Cut Review ThouShallNotWhine.com

We received Princess Cut from Watchman Pictures for review and recently watched it for our family movie night. Princess Cut is the wonderful story of a girl looking for love. Actually, the story really begins when she finally stops looking for love and starts looking to God. The

Memoria Press First Form Latin {Review}

First Form Latin from Memoria Press is an excellent choice for students new to Latin. First Form Latin teaches concepts through practice and mastery learning. Homeschool | Foreign Language | Latin | Homeschool Curriculum

For the past few weeks, Julia has been working with First Form Latin from Memoria Press. We received the Complete Set for review. When Julia initially started high school, she thought she wanted to have ASL as her foreign language. But the more we thought about what she

10 Read Aloud Activities Your Kids Can Do While You Read

10 Things Your Kids Can Do While You Read Aloud ThouShallNotWhine.com Homeschool | Read Aloud

The ideal read aloud activities are things that will keep your children’s hands busy while their ears listen to you read. Over the years, I’ve found that some toys and/or activities work much better as read aloud activities than others. Here’s a quick list of