Every year, some new toy comes out that focuses on the fun kids have with gross humor. Sometimes it’s a doll that has snot coming out of its head, and other times it’s a diaper mess. Continue reading Hasbro Games – Don’t Step in It Review
Coding is all the rage with kids now. It’s perfect because they’re learning and having a good time playing with toys that teach this skill. One popular one that’s bound to be a hit this Christmas is Bit – a coding robot that’s small enough to fit in your pocket. Continue reading Bit Coding Robot Review
We are currently taking the second year of Latin, so I was intrigued by the description of the Picta Dicta Vocabulary Builder, an online course from Roman Roads Media. I was grateful to have the chance to review this product with my three high school boys (10th and 11th grades).
Geared towards junior high, high school, and college-age students, this program uses pictures, audio pronunciations, definitions, and more to help your student learn Latin vocabulary. It focuses on verbs, nouns, adjectives, and prepositions used in everyday life. Continue reading Picta Dicta Vocabulary Builder 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
This year I became a member of The Old Schoolhouse Homeschool Review Crew. This is very exciting for me. I was a subscriber to their magazine (before it went digital) and also subscribed to their SchoolhouseTeachers.com website. We look forward to being able to review different homeschool products throughout the year and being able to share the reviews with you. Continue reading 2018 SchoolhouseTeachers.com Review