Wow. We just finished reading Bruchko, the story of missionary Bruce Olsen, and I can truly say it’s an amazing book! So many times, missionary stories can be rather dry and difficult to trudge through. Not so with Bruchko – we were enthralled from beginning to end! The excitement of the wonderfully woven true tale kept us on our toes. Witnessing the perseverance of
Our family LOVES books on tape. I greatly enjoy reading wonderful literature aloud to my children, but quite honestly, I don’t have as much time to read aloud as I used to. Our library has a huge assortment of classic literature on tape and CD. Several years ago, we started checking out a new book every couple of weeks to listen to as we drive
This post contains affiliate links. Grammar is one of those subjects for most people. They consider it a subject to get through, but don’t always enjoy the work. I can’t say that my children jump for joy when we pull out the grammar work, but I’ve found a few products that have at least made the subject bearable for them. (Just so you know, I’ve
What can be better for learning about composers than listening to a wonderful living story about the composer’s life with his music intertwined in the story? My children and I have SO enjoyed composer study when we’ve been able to add a Classical Kids CD to the mix. The Children’s Group from Canada has been producing classical music products for children for around 15 years
From the time my children were preschoolers, and even now, we have enjoyed the Miller Stories by Mildred A. Martin over and over again! We started our journey with the Miller books by reading Storytime with the Millers. After gobbling up each and every story several times, we realized that the entire set would eventually sit on our bookshelf. And so it does.
Do you enjoy unit studies? Do you enjoy unit studies that are already prepared for you? Do you enjoy unit studies that require little to no gathering of materials on your part? Do your children enjoy learning on the computer? Do you desire for your children to be able to learn independently? If you answered ‘yes’ to one or more of my questions, then Brandenburg