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Recently we were given the opportunity to review books from the Carole P. Roman books and collections. Carole P. Roman is the author of many different children’s books.
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 given access to the MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle by NatureGlo’s eScience. This is a set of 4 online classes. My focus was on the Math Connections with the Real World class. Continue reading NatureGlo’s MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle Review
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As a homeschooling family, we are always using pens, pencils, and markers. Sometimes we find a favorite, other times we just pick up whatever is on sale. I’ve always had a love/hate relationship with markers because of the smell and the fact that they dry out so quickly. So I was a little hesitant when asked to review the 24-pack of Magic Stix Washable Markers by The Pencil Grip, Inc. Continue reading Magic Stix Washable Markers Review
Have you heard of Drive Thru History? You may have seen them on TV, and they used to just produce DVDs. Recently they started Drive Thru History Adventures, an online homeschool video curriculum. We were fortunate to be given the chance to review Drive Thru History Adventures. Continue reading Drive Thru History Adventures Review
I was recently sent a copy of Wulf the Saxon, an audio theater production, to review. This is an adaptation of a G.A. Henty novel brought to life by Heirloom Audio Productions. Continue reading Product Review: Wulf the Saxon Audio Theater