Have you heard of The Master and His Apprentices? We were recently asked to review the digital version of their art history curriculum, The Master and His Apprentices: Art History from a Christian Perspective. Continue reading The Master and His Apprentices: Art History from a Christian Perspective Review
My oldest son wants to be a writer. There are many different types of writing that he will need to learn. The question has been, how to find the high school writing curriculum he needs? I was excited when I found out I would be reviewing a course by Silverdale Press LLC. Persuasive Writing & Classical Rhetoric: Practicing the Habits of Great Writers is a 36-week writing course for high school. Continue reading Persuasive Writing & Classical Rhetoric Review
When I started planning curriculum for high school, I knew that I wanted to teach my boys logic. After researching, I decided that Memoria Press had the best curriculum. I was planning on waiting until 11th or 12th grade, but then I was offered the chance to review the Traditional Logic I Complete Set. How could I turn that down? Continue reading Traditional Logic I Complete Set Product Review
I have used The Critical Thinking Co.™ in the past, so I was excited at the chance to review one of their products. My oldest son chose Critical Thinking Detective: Vocabulary. Continue reading Critical Thinking Detective: Vocabulary Product Review
Do your kids enjoy the computer? Have you wondered how to train them in coding? CodeWizardsHQ has created coding classes for kids including homeschool computer programs that just might be the perfect choice for you. Continue reading CodeWizardsHQ – Coding Class Review
YWAM Publishing (Youth With A Mission) has been producing Christian biography books for many years. We recently were fortunate to be able to review Louis Zamperini, part of the Heroes of History Series. There is also an accompanying Unit Study Curriculum Guide that you can purchase separately. Continue reading Louis Zamperini – YWAM Book Review
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The three we reviewed were If You Were Me and Lived on…Mars, If You Were Me and Lived in…Elizabethan England, and If You Were Me and Lived in…the American West. These are all part of her Historical Series, for ages 8-15.
I was recently sent the Science, Invention, and Mathematicians Timeline to review. This is part of the new Á La Carte Projects offered by Home School in the Woods. Continue reading Science, Invention, and Mathematicians Timeline Review