Developing a Read Aloud Culture in Your Homeschool

Developing a read aloud culture in your homeschool doesn't have to be hard. Sonlight can help! Read Alouds | Homeschool | Elementary | Sonlight

Just over a year ago I discovered the Read Aloud Revival. At that time I didn’t really read much to my kids. I mean, we read a book or two at bedtime and whatever library books they brought home. But there was no designated reading time

Using CalcuLadder to Master Math Facts & More

CalcuLadder consists of a carefully-designed sequence of 96 one-page drills, divided into six one-year units spanning 16 drills each. Although the units are named CalcuLadder 1 through CalcuLadder 6, any unit may be used as needed at any grade level along with any math curriculum. Homeschool Math | Math Supplements | Math Mastery

In our homeschool, we do math pretty much every day.  We normally do school four days a week, and three of those days the kids do their normal math curriculum. One day each week is spent practicing math facts, and lately, we’ve been doing it

Carole P. Roman – Books for Children {Review}

Carole P. Roman

Being a literature-rich homeschool, we have many rooms lined with bookshelves. Books of all kinds fill our rooms, with the majority of them being kids books. We’ve recently added more Carole P. Roman books and collections to our shelves. Carole has written many books, several of which

Fun History Supplements from Home School In the Woods {Review}

HSITW Review

Sometimes you just need some fun history supplements to break away from the everyday rhythm of things. Adding in a little fun is easy to do with Home School in the Woods’ Á La Carte products. We received the Name That State! File Folder Game and the New World