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 [...]

Academic Challenge Cup Review

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Are  you looking for a fun way to fight the "summer slide?"  Do your kids like the play computer games?  That's not even a question!  My high schooler likes to play games, of course. Last summer she couldn't stop playing this one.  I am talking about The Academic Challenge Cup, a game by the Critical [...]

Homeschool Curriculum Reviews for Electives

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Electives can cover such a wide range of topics in homeschool. And electives are often where our students find the most joy – plus develop unique talents and interests. We offer you an abundance of homeschool curriculum reviews for electives below! ~don't miss the giveaway at the end! Below are some of the many electives [...]

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  When I began researching homeschooling options way back when, I ran across Ambleside Online and was immediately intrigued. For various reasons, I ended up selecting another curriculum to begin with; however, Christmas found me lingering on the Ambleside Online website. By the New Year, we jumped into Year 1 and haven’t looked back since. [...]

My husband wants our kids to be able to think. He especially wants them to be able to think critically about all the information and ideas they are being fed every day. That’s why we emphasize logic in our homeschool. We’ve used a wide variety of resources over the years. While we use other materials [...]

Larsen Toy Lab Blocks Review

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Back when we were brand new parents, my mother gave my children a set of blocks. Many a plastic toy have come through our house but that set of blocks still stand, stack and stimulate imaginative play. That was 15 years ago. Today my five children still play with blocks... Exactly why we found Larson [...]

The Fallacy Detective by the Bluedorns

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Whenever I ask my husband what should be a priority for our homeschool, he mentions logic, so the children study logic every year from about age 11 and on.  Some years it’s a great learning experience, and some years it’s fun.  When we study The Fallacy Detective by Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn, it’s both.  [...]

We did a product review some time back and part of the suggested items for doing that review was Mind Benders. I had never heard of them but the curriculum said they were "highly recommended" and that they had actually tried removing them from the curriculum but received so many complaints that they put them back in! With [...]