Review- A Young Scholar’s Guide to Composers by Confessions of a Non-Domestic Housewife

We found the lesson plans easy to follow, and the information given about each composer was just enough as to not overwhelm Hailey.
Posted 17 Oct 2011 | 5 star, All Reviews | 0 Comments

A Young Scholar’s Guide to Composers by Coffeewoman Does It All

I would highly recommend that homeschooling families add this to their curriculum. On further inspection of the book, I know that when my children get older, we can study the book again and learn even more.

REVIEW: Wonder Maps by Fairfield Corner Academy

When I first got the opportunity to review Wonder Maps, I thought -sure, we like maps, we will use the print outs - WOW! Was I WRONG!! Wonder Maps is SO MUCH MORE than just a few pages of map print outs...

Review: A Young Scholar’s Guide to Composers by Chatter, Clatter, and Things That Matter

This program is a study of music for homeschoolers, regardless of previous knowledge of the subject. Everything is done for the busy (and intimidated) homeschooling mom. Furthermore, each lesson is completed over a short days three days a week.

Review: Visual Latin by Chatter, Clatter, and Things That Matter

This program has a ton of wiggly boy appeal. It's efficient. It's funny. It's portable.

Buddy Blocks from Timberdoodle Review by Chasing Supermom

These are such great toys for children to begin to develop their hand-eye coordination, critical thinking skills, pattern recognition, and other fine motor movements.

WonderMaps Review by Candle by Night

So, any map we need for a school lesson I have it right at my fingertips. There have been a number of times when Special K gets into the school papers and marks all over them or rips them up. Now, if that would happen again I can...

Timberdoodle Review – Visual Latin by Eclectic Montage

Instead of focusing on vocabulary – the lessons focus on grammar and the students learn the vocabulary while understanding the grammar. I have been very impressed with how many words he has picked up while doing each lesson.

WonderMaps by Bright Ideas Press (Review) by Busy Hands Busy Minds

WonderMaps software collection will be an invaluable tool for us as we make our way through time and across the world.

Do you have a son or two or ten? by Life in the Tribe

Raising Real Men was so refreshing to read, so helpful in its practicality and so simple that I wasn’t overwhelmed with information. The Youngs do not have page after page of psychobabble. They are real parents who have been down the road with real boys that have become real...
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