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Review – Sex by Design

Talking about sensitive topics is, well, a sensitive topic. I can't think of a more sensitive and personal thing to talk about than sexual purity. My oldest son is 14 and while I like to think that dating is still... Continue Reading →

Review – Brinkman Adventures Season 4

Audio dramas are one of my favorite tools to use in our homeschool. The combination of exciting stories, talented vocal acting, music, and sound effects is so powerful in capturing the imaginations of my boys. I've just been introduced to... Continue Reading →

Review – CTCMath

If you've been reading my ramblings for a while, you already know that math isn't my strong subject and as a homeschooler, that's the subject that I have the least confidence in my ability to clearly teach to my boys.... Continue Reading →

Review: Super Teacher Worksheets

Confession: I have a thing for printables. I'm not going to divulge how many printables I have saved on my computer. You wouldn't believe me. Most of them I've gotten for free, which is great, except that I never use... Continue Reading →

Review – Captain Bayley’s Heir

Once again, we went on an amazing adventure with Heirloom Audio Productions. This time, we traveled from London to the wild west as we followed Frank's story in Captain Bayley's Heir. I am always amazed at the quality of their... Continue Reading →

Review – Let’s Go Geography

My youngest son is always wanting stuff to do just for him and we've been having a great time traveling the world with a fun homeschool geography curriculum from Let's Go Geography. This is a hands-on approach to learning geography.... Continue Reading →

Review – Carole P. Roman

Carole P. RomanĀ is a children's author and wow is she prolific! She was generous in sending us four books to review, two I chose and two mystery books that she chose. One of the books I chose to review is... Continue Reading →

Review – Progeny Press

Progeny Press is known in the homeschooling community as a leader in quality literature study guides. We were given the opportunity to review one of their guides and I chose The Bears on Hemlock Mountain E-Guide to do with Andrew.... Continue Reading →

Review – Everyday Cooking

Part of my role as a mom is to teach my boys to be independent. Basically, I'm working myself out of a job. Cooking basic meals is a goal I am determined to reach with them, no matter how hard... Continue Reading →

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