Imagine . . . the Great Flood a book review

  Finding books for my kids during those transitional years between basic phonics readers and lengthy classic literature has always been a challenge. I was excited when we found out about Imagine. . .The Great Flood by Matt Koceich from Barbour Publishing. I would say the perfect mix of … [Read more...]

UNAUTHORIZED – Role Playing Card Game from Chara Games {a review}

  Our family is always happy to find a game the whole family can play together. When I received Unauthorized, the newest game from Chara Games we were thrilled to find out it was one all six of us could play together. This fun interactive card game moves quickly while incorporating a … [Read more...]

Using Progeny Press’ Macbeth E-Guide for High School English {A Review}

  Over the years, a favorite resource tool in our homeschooling adventure has been Progeny Press study guides. This year my high schoolers are using the Macbeth E-Guide as they study this Shakespearean classic. As my children got older I began searching for something to help guide our … [Read more...]

20th Century Lapbook – a review

  Over the years ours studies of history have focused heavily on long, long ago eras with only a quick peek at more recent historical events. Because of this I was very happy to get the chance to use and review An Overview of the 20th Century, a Lapbook and Study Guide from A Journey … [Read more...]

Everyday Cooking – A Cookbook Review

  Cookbooks are like friends to me and I have fallen in love with a new friend! When Everyday Cooking by Vickie Bentley (from Everyday Homemaking) arrived in my mailbox (so I could write this review for you) I settled into my comfy reading chair and opened the pages. What a joy to … [Read more...]