Writing with Sharon Watson products are no stranger in our home. Lately, we’ve been using Illuminating Literature: Characters in Crisis. This literature study program is for students in 9th – 12th grade and is written from a Christian worldview. It can be used in any high school year, as can the original volume, When Worlds Collide. Thankfully, the courses are not sequential and can be used in any order. We received a physical set of the books.
For a few weeks now Julia, my sophomore, has been working on Thinking Like an Engineer from Innovators Tribe. We received a receive a 2-year subscription to the course. A single subscription can be used for an entire household. Thinking Like an Engineer is an online course that teaches kids about every aspect of engineering. Through watching video lessons, filling out unit journals, and building activities, Thinking Like an Engineer introduces students to the professionals who are
The Magic Stories is a supplemental reading program designed to build confidence and reading fluency in budding readers. The stories are published by Allsaid & Dunn, LLC, publishers of The Reading Game and authors of the Wordly Wise series. The Magic Stories is a collection of six stories (downloadable PDFs), each with four follow-up activities that include writing and cognition building exercises. The stories are written at a 2nd/3rd grade level. Each story comes with its own
Teaching little ones about the gospel doesn’t have to be difficult. Let the Little Children Come has made it easier than ever to share the gospel with kids. A nice selection of their products is available in the Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack. As parents, our number one job is to teach our children about Jesus and His love. In our home, we have three rules for life . . . Love Jesus. Praise Jesus. Live for
So . . . sex. That’s not a topic I write a lot about. At all, really. But having two teens, it’s definitely one topic that needs to be talked about. Especially since I was a teen mom myself. I gave birth to my first son when I was barely 16. I was married by 18 and gave birth again, to a girl this time, just six months later. I wasn’t raised in a Christian