I'm always looking for new and different resources to use for our morning Bible time around the breakfast table. I first heard about My ABC Bible Verses on a Christian radio broadcast and placed it on my wishlist. I recently purchased it and am so glad that I did. We are almost to the end of it [...]

Arithmetic Village: And The Winner Is…

Congratulations to commenter #12, Dawn! Our winner was chosen using the online Random Number Generator. :) Dawn, please email me at songofmyheartblog at yahoo dot com within three days for info. on how to claim your set of Arithmetic Village books. I know that and your children are going to enjoy them! Thank you to all [...]

Arithmetic Village Review and Giveaway

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I am always on the lookout for living math books, and when I stumbled upon Arithmetic Village, I knew I had to read this new series of books with my children. The five books arrived, and after one reading we were hooked. Ever since then my children, ages 5, 7, and 9, have chosen to [...]

The Mystery of History

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Whether you study history chronologically or, like we do, in whatever order that strikes our fancy, The Mystery of History is a curriculum worth considering. It is a complete, chronological history of the world, which combines secular and Biblical history. The hardback textbook is written in a conversational style that holds the reader's attention. The [...]

First Day of School Ideas

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It's that time of year again! Many homeschoolers are finishing up their summer breaks, the smell of new school supplies is in the air, and co-ops and support groups are gearing up again. For many folks it's Back-to-School time. There is something exciting about the fresh start of a new school year! Even though we [...]

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At the risk of being redundant, I'd like to highlight one more of Peggy Kaye's Games books. I've already reviewed Games for Math and Games for Writing here at The Curriculum Choice. All three books are similar in format, but I've found each of them to be of such great value that I just had to [...]

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Do have a child who is a reluctant writer, one who has an allergy to writing instruments, or who fills your house with moans and groans when it's time to put pencil to paper? Whether you do or not, Games for Writing by Peggy Kaye is sure to make writing a fun subject for all [...]

This is one of the first books I purchased when we began homeschooling, and it remains an all-time favorite of mine. I'm typically not a text-book kind of homeschooling Mom - except when it comes to math. It was always my weakest subject, and I don't have the confidence to stray from my dearly beloved [...]