5-7 Years

Bloco’s Combat Dragon! Is he fierce or is he friendly? Review by The Traveling Sisterhood

This is the first Bloco toy we've bought, and we can't wait to buy some more! I was impressed with how durable it is--it's not like any other foam toy we've used.

Djeco Glitter Art, Our Fave Art Kits Reviewed! by The Traveling Sisterhood

This year, we're using Djeco as our main art curriculum. Djeco won Best Art Supplies of the Year and after using three of their kits so far, I recommend them over any other children's art set.

The Funnest Way to Spell with Sequential Spelling! by The Traveling Sisterhood

he spelling words are related, they're corrected immediately so that the children can learn the correct way to spell and practice them, and children learn words that would seem hard to them at first glance quickly and easily.

Usborne Sticker Soldiers, Great Little-Boy History Fun from Timberdoodle! by The Traveling Sisterhood

Even I learned quite a lot from this book. As for my son, he learned a ton and gained more of an interest in history.

Horizon’s Kindergarten Math – My Daughter Loves It! by The Modest Mom blog

This math book teaches a solid beginning in math with these topics: counting, adding, and subtracting single digits, money values, time and days of the week, direction and positions, and shapes with color recognition.

Djeco Claire’s Oil Pastel Workshop, Love It! by The Traveling Sisterhood

Featuring vivid, charming jungle animal images, Claire's Oil Pastel Workshop is designed by illustrator Claire Rebillard to show how to create colorful art with oil pastels, and yields four works of art that will look magnificent on any wall.

Kumon Folding Books Review by Mama Smiles

Each page tells a little story that engages kids’ narrations skills and gets them thinking. This means that this workbook is actually not a great quiet time activity, but it does make for excellent one-on-one parent-child time.

Block Builders Architecture Review by Bow of Bronze

As he plays he is learning to problem solve, think spatially, and balance objects with care. Fat Brain Toys always teach through play and that is a concept I love.

Engino Structures And Bridges Review by Worth a Bowed Head

Lots of pieces and lots of different ways to make them work together. What could be better for a growing boy?

Marie’s Words {A Review} by So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler?

Our family has incorporated these wonderful flash cards into our every day learning.
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