Dr. Funster’s Think A Minutes, by The Critical Thinking Skills Company by Joy in our Journey

Dr. Funster's Think A Minutes contains a variety of games and puzzles that include language development, math, writing, visual, spatial, and perceptual skills activities that build deductive, inductive, and logical reasoning.
Posted 23 Nov 2011 | 5 star, All Reviews | 0 Comments

Top Trumps: The United States by The Adventures of Bear

The game is similar to War (the card game) but you win cards by having the highest statistic for a category on the card. The first player decides on which stat to call (population, size, number of counties, distance from DC, admission to union). The person whose card...
Posted 23 Nov 2011 | 5 star, All Reviews | 0 Comments

The Wonder of Wondermaps by Not So Superwoman

Check what you want, uncheck what you don't, and print. Totally customizable and totally easy. I love it.
Posted 23 Nov 2011 | 5 star, All Reviews | 0 Comments

DOODLE BOOK LESSONS: FUN FACTS AND FANCY ARTWORK by Free Homeschooling 101

I like the interesting farm facts and playful way the information is molded into each lesson. Children can doodle the various animals at the farm, the crops that the farmer grows, help the farmer herd the sheep, put the horns on the bull, and so on...All the while, they...
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Editor In Chief (Level C1) by As for my House

Once we did the first lesson, and he got the hang of what they were really wanting, he actually asked to do another one – which turned into two – just to do better and explore it some more. For some children that might be typical behavior, but I...
Posted 23 Nov 2011 | 4 Star, All Reviews | 0 Comments

Math Reasoning Beginning PreK by As for my House

I like these because they are geared towards thinking skills, not rote memorization of facts or lists.
Posted 23 Nov 2011 | 4 Star, 5 star, All Reviews | 1 Comment

Math Reasoning Beginning 2 Review by As for my House

I’m not sure if you would use this as part of your primary curriculum, either, but it is certainly a nice “fun” way to get some learning done in spite of Spring Fever.
Posted 23 Nov 2011 | 4 Star, All Reviews | 0 Comments

Raising Real Men: A Timberdoodle Review by Far above Rubies

As a mother of boys, I am especially grateful to Hal and Melanie. They helped me understand some issues that needed attention, confirmed areas I've been successful in, and allowed me a look into the ups and downs of their own lives with such honesty and humility.
Posted 23 Nov 2011 | 5 star, All Reviews | 0 Comments

A Kid’s Guide to Drawing the Presidents of the USA ~ A Review by Simply at Home

I think any book in this series would be an excellent addition to any bookshelf both as a history resource and and as an art resource.
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Review: Raising Real Men by Vintage Indie

All of these examples are just a tip of the iceberg for why I recommend this book for those of you who have boys or for anyone wanting to try to understand them and not put them in a "box". I truly enjoyed this book and I was able...
Posted 23 Nov 2011 | 5 star, All Reviews | 0 Comments
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