Trust Fund Movie Review

I'm always happy for the opportunity to share a good book or movie with my teen aged daughter so I was excited to receive a copy of the movie Trust Fund from Mapelle Films.  Along with the dvd I also received the book Love Was Near to share with her. As a member of the Homeschool Review Crew, this … [Read more...]

Preparing Your Child for Life with an Internship for High School Credit

Alternative forms of education are not a new idea to homeschoolers, which is why I was very happy to receive and review a copy of  Internship for High School Credit from Apologia Educational Ministries. The concept of an internship is not new. Until recent times, the most common way to prepare a … [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 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...]

Homeschool Rescue Offers Help and Hope to Homeschool Moms {A Review}

Anyone out there feeling overwhelmed at times in their role as homeschooling mom? Would you like to sit down talk it out with a fellow homeschool mom? Yeah, me too. Our school year has been kind of crazy. After making our big move to New England, getting used to living in small quarters, a home in … [Read more...]