Posts tagged homeschooling
WriteShop Junior Homeschool Writing Curriculum Review

When I made plans for the current school year, I knew that I wanted to be more strategic and clear about our writing goals.  Since the beginning of our homeschool journey, I made sure the girls would write in their journals daily, and I made it a point to include a few structured writing assignments. This worked well for us, but this year I wanted to be more intentional with their writing assignments which is the reason I am grateful for the opportunity to review WriteShop Junior Book E.

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Animating with Stopmotion Explosion

My daughters are fans of recording themselves.  They often film the strangest things and enjoy watching the playback over and over again.  Recently, we were provided the opportunity to review Stopmotion Explosion Animation Kit. Due to the girls’ love of videography, I though this review would be a nice fit for them and would add a dose of fun to our home school.

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Literature with Memoria Memoria Press-REVIEW

The Fifth Grade Literature Set from Memoria Press includes three student study guides and the corresponding teacher guides for each book.  The three novels are The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Heidi, and Lassie Come-Home.  My daughters have little experience reading books which are classified as classic literature by most lists although we have listened to the first three books of The Chronicles of Narnia.  Since The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe was a recent read neither of my daughters selected it to be read with the study.  My oldest daughter chose Heidi while my youngest daughter chose Lassie Come-Home.

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