Master Books Homeschool Curriculum

Master Books Curriculum

We are featuring our sponsor, Master Books! Have you explored all they have to offer for your homeschool?   Scroll over the 'Homeschooling?' tab in the upper right hand corner and request a Christian Education catalog! Explore by category: preschool, grade school, middle school, high school and college prep. And browse by author, series and [...]

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Why Can’t My Child Learn Multiplication?

Learn Math Fast Books

You’ve tried oodles of books, stacks of CD’s, decks of flashcards, and still your child struggles to answer 6 x 4 correctly. Your older child got it and the younger one is catching on, so why is it that some children just can’t seem to remember basic multiplication facts? The answer is simple; they can’t [...]

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ABeCeDarian Reading Program Review

ABeCeDarian Reading Program Review

The ABeCeDarian Reading Program is a research-based, explicit, comprehensive, multi-sensory decoding reading program. I was asked to review the New Level A Short Version designed for homeschooling and tutoring students.  I had never heard of the curriculum. In fact, I have to admit that the word itself was new to me. I received this curriculum in [...]

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Collaborative Books for Young Writers

Are you looking for something to do with your little ones, while your older learners are needing your help?  Would you like more than 20 ways to not only keep them occupied, but also help to develop their reading and writing  skills? Scholastic offers this and much more in their workbook, Collaborative Books for Young [...]

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Homeschoolers College Admissions Handbook Review

My daughter turned twelve this summer, and thoughts of homeschooling high school and preparing for college admission have been swirling around in my head.  As someone who likes to plan ahead, I decided doing research now would help calm my worries. That's when I came across the Homeschoolers' College Admissions Handbook by Cafi Cohen. I'm [...]

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The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas – Review

The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas: 55 Moms Share Their Expertise on 103 Topics

What can you do when you have a homeschool related question? You could “phone a friend” You could search your favorite homeschool blog You could contact members of your homeschool co-op or support group Although these are GREAT ideas, what do you do if you still can’t find any someone familiar with the situation you [...]

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