Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers and Teachers Review

Unit studies have never really been something I use in our homeschool. For a long time I didn’t know much about them and just figured they were too involved or complicated. I’m so glad I was given the opportunity to review Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers and Teachers from Funtastic Unit Studies because it gave me the confidence to know that I can successfully do unit studies with the kids! Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers and Teachers Review

5 Things To Do Before Starting The New School Year

Starting the new school year is always an exciting time. Curriculum arriving in the mail, picking out new school supplies (don’t you just love the smell of those big pink erasers?), and new littles “officially” starting school are a few of my favorite things about the new school year season. There is so much to look forward to with fresh starts and a full arsenal of ideas. However, I can tell you from experience that things can

With Lee in Virginia ~ Another G.A. Henty Adventure {Review}

Having already reviewed In Freedom’s Cause and Under Drake’s Flag from Heirloom Audio Productions, we were excited to review their newest release, With Lee in Virginia. Taking place during the Civil War, With Lee in Virginia is an action-packed radio theatre adventure that is sure to appeal to all ages. With Lee in Virginia Review With an all-star cast that includes famous actors like Sean Astin and Kirk Cameron, and radio theatre giants like Brian Blessed and Chris

How God bought my groceries: a testimony of His provision

Every month the youth group at my church has an Eat Together. It’s a meal prepared for the youth by one or more of the parents. This month I volunteered to make the meal and thankfully my friend Barb offered to do it with me. It can get expensive cooking for 50-60 teens!! A few weeks ago Barb and I planned to make taco potatoes with chips and queso for the Eat Together. Easy enough,

Homeschool in the Woods Project Passport World History Study: Renaissance & Reformation Review

Homeschool in the Woods is no stranger to homeschoolers around the world. Their history products and timelines (both download and physical) are very well known and loved. Homeschool in the Woods now offers Project Passport World History Studies.  As part of the TOS Review Crew, we were given the opportunity to review Project Passport World History Study: Renaissance & Reformation (PPRR). We received the download version ($33.95). It is recommended for grades 3-8, but I believe