I’m delighted to get the chance to share our experience with the Hearts & Trees Digital Magazines. We purchased both editions, but I’m going to detail what we loved about Hearts and Trees Volume 2. Amanda’s online magazine is designed to help homeschooling families with art, handicrafts, and nature study. Targeting ages 6-12, those on the younger end will need some assistance while the older
We have had so much fun with this!! The Aquatic BugKit from LaMotte Company is a fantastic, hands-on way to discover the health of a creek by observing the insects that call it home. I requested the kit for review because I thought it might make the perfect go-along for my Incredible Creeks NaturExplorers Study. Boy, was I right! The presence of micro and macro-organisms
We hope this carnival will help make your curriculum decisions simple! As homeschool parents, we enjoy sharing our favorites with you. Enjoy. And be sure to pin our Carnival of Curriculum for future reference. Feel free to share with others you know will find our homeschool reviews helpful. Just click those sharing buttons at the bottom of this post. Thank you! Today our Curriculum Choice
We LOVE Discovery Toys! Ever heard of them? They’ve been around for many, many years and they have a bunch of fun, educational toys for infants to adults. One of our most favorite is Busy Bugs! They make learning so much fun! The set consists of 35 bugs and 23 cards. There are several ways you can use it. You can have your little one match colors: Match
When it came time to start our veggie garden, my six-year-old daughter couldn’t wait to help. She was filled with questions about how things grew. I wanted a little book that would explain simple botany concepts, one step at a time. I found All About Plants, from Evan-Moor’s science series. It covers very simple botany principles on a K/1st grade level through hands on learning.
“Let them once get in touch with Nature, and a habit it formed which will be a source of delight through life. We were all meant to be naturalists, each in his degree, and it is inexcusable to live in a world so full of the marvels of plant and animal life and to care for none of these things.” – Charlotte Mason My family and
[youtube=http://youtu.be/PHUYjk6RRlU&w=400&h=320] “When I see the monarch butterfly I’m reminded that there is a God…There’s no way a monarch butterfly could happen by random chance.” ~ Jules H. Poirier, Creation Scientist The Crowe family did yet another spectacular job in giving glory to our Creator with their newest DVD, Your Backyard: Life and Journey of the Amazing Monarch Butterfly. The Crowe children star in and lead
Saturday morning. Big stack of hot pancakes on your plate. You pour maple syrup and pick up your fork. Ever wonder how that maple syrup is made? We did! And we learned the process from the Moore family on their newest DVD. This charming DVD, More Than Making Maple Syrup, is produced by the Moore family. The Moores are a Christian, homeschooling family of twelve