Curriculum Review: Money Wise DVD Set

  Money Wise by Chad Hovind   Biblical Principals of Work and Finance   Moneywise is a 3 DVD Series with 14 lessons on what God says about money. The creators of this DVD set introduce the series with several promises of exciting interactions and visuals within the 13 week series of Moneywise lessons. DoContinue reading “Curriculum Review: Money Wise DVD Set”

Book Review: Indoctrination: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity

By Colin Gunn and Joaquin Fernandez Including contributors like R.C. Sproul Jr, and Ken Ham was no mistake! This book will make a huge impact on you asking, “As Christians, We must ask ourselves this: What is our standard for determining how to train our children? “The content is heart breaking, frustrating, yet, inspiring and helpful.Continue reading “Book Review: Indoctrination: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity”

Book Review: Fierce Women

By Kimberly Wagner The Power of a Soft Warrior is the subtitle of this book and it is right on. She gently challenges women to do what they can to create a peaceful atmosphere in their home and heart allowing the husband to focus on his walk with the Lord and lead his home withoutContinue reading “Book Review: Fierce Women”

Book Review: Children’s ATLAS of God’s World

by Craig Froman BIG                BEAUTIFUL                 COLORFUL                  ORGANIZED                       INFORMATIONAL… These are all words that describe this amazing text. Just opening Children’s ATLAS of God’s World, I was already enthralled with the Introduction and Table of Contents! How many times can you say you have stopped to REALLY read the introduction? You will with this one! VividContinue reading “Book Review: Children’s ATLAS of God’s World”

Curriculum Review: American Literature By James P. Stobaugh

With an extensive summer reading list, this American Literature curriculum is full of wonderful content. James P. Stobaugh created a delightfully organized system for imparting the content in a very valuable way. The lessons are short enough to capture the student’s interest while “meaty” enough to impart the information in a way that even the most reluctantContinue reading “Curriculum Review: American Literature By James P. Stobaugh”

Crayon Art On Canvas!

Students Creating Our First Art Project! See instructions below!   Supplies: a canvas (we started with 8×10) hot glue gun glue stick hair dryer crayons (broken or whole) surface protection like newspaper or plastic (shower curtains are great for covering surfaces then washing off and reusing later) Step 1: Pick out the colors you want toContinue reading “Crayon Art On Canvas!”

The Versatility of Homeschooling

Homeschooling is so amazingly versatile. That is what I love about it. You can do it any time of day or evening and go anywhere to make your lessons come to life. Homeschooling gives you the flexibility to study transportation and at a whim go to the airport to see the airplanes! I remember watchingContinue reading “The Versatility of Homeschooling”

Learning Styles

My personal experience with homeschooling has been ongoing.  I have learned that though they may be broken down further there are three basic learning styles: visual learners- learn through seeing auditory learners- learn through hearing kinesthetic learners-learn through touching, moving, or doing At first, I was homeschooling my oldest two children until about the ageContinue reading “Learning Styles”