Books by Carole P. Roman: A Review

Carole P Roman

Dear Homeschooler, We love books! I am always expanding our collection. I love digging through yard sale books, library sales, and second-hand bookstores. I love resource books, classics, fairy tales, pop ups, poetry, etc. I am especially fond of storybooks that ‘sneak in’ nonfiction information. Children’s author Carole P. Roman…

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Everyday Cooking: A Review

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Dear Homeschooler, I remember going on a tour of the local middle school and seeing all the different classrooms and subjects. It was so different than elementary school. I was especially excited about Home Economics where we would learn to cook and sew. Now, I ended up starting to homeschool…

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In The Reign of Terror: A Review

Heirloom Reign of Terror

Dear Homeschooler, The best way to learn history is through engagement, and one way to do this is to listen to stories that captivate the listener. That is just what Heirloom Audio Productions does with each installation of The Extraordinary Adventures of G. A. Henty. That is why we are…

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R.E.A.D. Curriculum: A Review

R.E.A.D.

    Dear Homeschooler, Reading Curricula are numerous with varying theories and scopes & sequences. I find it hard to recommend one because I believe that decision weighs heavily on both the teaching style of the parent and the learning style of the student. My daughter has just finished kindergarten; however, with summer…

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