Grapevine Studies: A Review

Grapevine Studies

Dear Homeschooler, Since we started homeschooling, we have struggled to find the right Bible program, so I was extremely excited for the opportunity to review the New Testament Overview Part 1 by Grapevine Studies. For the past several weeks, we have been using the New Testament Part 1: John to…

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The Dragon and the Raven: A Review

Dragon and the Raven

Dear Homeschooler, Our family has been listening to a new audio theater recording by Heirloom Audio Productions called The Dragon and the Raven adapted from the book by G. A. Henty. If you are thinking this is just another book on tape, think again. This is a fully dramatized retelling…

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Review of SchoolhouseTeachers.com

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Dear Homeschooler, Are you looking for a specific course or two  to add to your homeschooling docket? I was looking for a few electives to add to this semester’s course list, so I was very excited when I was given a chance to review SchoolhouseTeachers.com‘s Yearly Membership. The courses offered are all…

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Emotional ABC’s: A Review

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Dear Homeschooler, Before my children were old enough to homeschool, I worked as a special education teacher in an intensive program for students with autism. One of the hardest things to teach my students was emotional self-regulation — recognizing their emotions and responding appropriately in hard situations. I realize that…

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Review: Ed Emberley’s FunPrint

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Overview: This book is a combination of two books (Fingerprint Drawing Book and Great Thumbprint Drawing Book) which uses thumb and finger prints made with ink to create fun pictures by adding simple lines, dots, and scribbles.  Usability: Extremely easy to use with clear, pictorial, step-by-step instructions. Targeted Group: Officially grades 1-4 (ages…

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