An Affordable Online Tutor – Review

Posted by Kimberly on May 2, 2016 in Reviews |

Whether you homeschool or your kids are in public or private school, you’ve probably found yourself wishing you could afford a private tutor at one point or another. You can’t be an expert in everything, but the cost per hour most tutors charge … yikes! And if you’re a homeschooler, tutors may be busy during […]

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Volcano Experiment for Kids

Posted by Kimberly on March 12, 2016 in Resources |

Volcanoes are fascinating. They’re a reminder of the awesome power of nature. There’s nothing like watching a new land mass form from a volcano. Have fun in your homeschool sharing fun facts about volcanoes and this volcano experiment for kids! Volcano Experiment for Kids Volcano Facts for Kids Before you jump into the volcano science […]

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Nail Art Fun for Your Homeschooler

Posted by Kimberly on September 24, 2013 in Homeschool Information, Things to Do, Places to Go |

My 9 year old daughter is very artsy and she’s always drawing or cake decorating, or looking for something else artistic to do. She saw a great video on Always Ice-Cream that she wanted to try. It showed how to make swirly, marbled patterns on your nails. It can be fun to do non-traditional art […]

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What Makes A Fish A Fish DVD – Review

Posted by Kimberly on May 31, 2012 in Resources, Reviews |

Annie Crawley (known to the children as “Ocean Annie”) is an underwater photographer, cinematographer, dive instructor and boat captain.  She is on a mission to show children and parents all the wonders of the sea and how we should protect them, through her company Dive Into Your Imagination. What Makes A Fish, A Fish is […]

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The Periodic Table of Elements Coloring Book – Review

Posted by Kimberly on May 28, 2012 in Resources, Reviews |

I have been a big fan of Teresa Bondora and How To Teach Science for years, first as she sent out her e-newsletter, and then as she launched her website and e-books.  She is fantastic at demystifying Science and even making it FUN!  I was delighted that she published The Periodic Table of Elements Coloring […]

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Bright Ideas Press Physics – Review

Posted by Kimberly on April 17, 2012 in Resources, Reviews |

Bright Ideas Press is the wonderful company that offers WonderMaps, which I reviewed last year. I received the download version of Christian Kids Explore Physics, part of the Christian Kids Explore Science series, with titles on Chemistry, Biology, and Earth & Space as well. Christian Kids Explore Physics is designed for Grades 4-8.  I used […]

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How to Teach Science Teleconference Thurs Feb 23rd!

Posted by Kimberly on February 22, 2012 in Homeschool Events |

Thursday, February 23, 2012, 8-9pm Atlantic (7-8 p.m. Eastern) How To Teach Science With Special Guest…Teresa Bondora Former High School Science Teacher, Author, Homeschool Mom, and the founder of HowToTeachScience.com.   This teleconference is for parents of homeschoolers and unschoolers of all ages (preschool through high school). Teresa will explain what you can do to […]

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A February Guide to the Night Sky for $3! – Review

Posted by Kimberly on February 9, 2012 in Resources, Reviews |

Classical Astronomy (or Fourth Day Press) was started by The Ryans, a homeschooling family in Cleveland, Ohio.  They believed astronomy texts were limited in their illustrations and didn’t actually help students find their way around the night sky.  They also wanted to go back to the traditional, classical way of understanding the night sky, as […]

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World Education Games 2012 – Math, Science, Spelling – Register now!

Posted by Kimberly on February 1, 2012 in Homeschool Events, Things to Do, Places to Go |

Once again, World Math Day is approaching…on March 7th!  Along with World Spelling Day on March 6 and the new World Science Day on March 8th, they make up Mathletics’ World Education Games!  We participate every year and my children have so much fun!   And not only do they drill their math and spelling […]

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AIMS Gr. 3-6 Science – Review

Posted by Kimberly on September 23, 2011 in Resources, Reviews |

AIMS Education Foundation is a non-profit foundation dedicated to hands-on Math and Science.  I received their Electrical Connections e-book in exchange for an honest review 🙂 Electrical Connections is a unit study designed to be used by children in Gr 3-6.  My 7 year old daughter was thrilled to be doing some Science experiments (there […]

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