K5 Learning {A Review}

We all need help now and then, don't we? As our kids work their way through the schooling years there are times when a little extra practice is a good thing. Summer for instance. Or when a particular subject becomes overwhelming. There are many supplemental learning resources available to help them … [Read more...]

Studying Latin Will Enrich Your Homeschool {A Memoria Press Review}

My husband has been telling me for years, "You need to do Latin with the kids." My response has been some variation of "Yeah, I should. I will. Someday. When I find the right one." You see, he taught a basic latin course to our oldest children, but I did not want to take the time to learn how to … [Read more...]

Using Media for More than Just Entertainment This Summer

As a mother and my children's educator I'm torn between letting my kids have a summer full of fun and frolic or a summer of "let's not forget what we learned in school this year!" Is it possible to have both? I say, "yes!" I've seen a lot of bucket lists for summer floating around the internet. … [Read more...]

The Typing Coach Online Typing Course {A Review}

Typing, keyboarding, word processing, whatever you want to call it, our kids will need to know how to type. This hi-tech age of keyboard input is going to be around for a while and infiltrates just about every avenue of life. That's why I was happy to get the chance to use and review The Typing … [Read more...]

The Kitchen Classroom

More than delicious meals are whipped up in the kitchen. Well-educated kids who grow in to well-rounded adults are also created in the kitchen. In our early years of homeschooling I was amazed when I began realizing how many of our everyday, run-of-the-mill activities were actually educational. I … [Read more...]