Preschool Activity Bags & Science Activity Bags {TOS #homeschool Review}

 Activity Bags was dreamed up by two homeschooling moms that were looking for a way to keep their preschoolers occupied independently while they helped their older kids with their school work. The two friends initially planned to make the bags between their two families to help one another out, but then decided that it would […]

Home Art Studio DVD ~ How to Teach Your Kids Art at Home

My kiddos have always loved doing craft projects, but I wouldn’t say that I’m particularly comfortable teaching them about Art theory or history. I was fortunate to have met Lindsey Volin of Home Art Studio at a Homeschool Convention that I attended several months back. She sent me home with the 1st Grade Home Art […]

Beloved Books: Sugar Creek Gang Audio Library

We just learned about The Sugar Creek Gang, despite that the series was written back in 1939 by Baptist minister, Paul Hutchens. If you’re not familiar with them, The Sugar Creek Gang is a  Christian-based adventure series revolving around the young lives of Bill Collins and his friends Circus, Dragonfly, Poetry, Big Jim and Little […]

CrossBow Education Eye Level Reading Rulers {TOS #homeschool review}

Crossbow Education is a Christian Family business dedicated to helping people with Dyslexia and Visual Stress (Irlen Syndrome). We had the opportunity to review their Eye Level Reading Rulers as a part of the TOS Crew. From the website: The Eye Level Reading Ruler is a colored overlay text highlighter about the size of a […]

IndoctriNation: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity {Moms of Master Books Review}

IndoctriNation: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity is the latest book that the Moms of MasterBooks is reviewing, and it accompanies the movie of the same name. This book was a tough one for me to read.  It is a radical cry for Christians to yank their children from Public Schools, and homeschool them. […]

KinderBach ~ Kids Learn How to Play the Piano Online

KinderBach is an online learning program that gives children ages 3-7 an introduction to music with the focus being on the piano.  This is our second opportunity to use and review KinderBach.  If you read last year’s KinderBach Review, you’ll know that I took piano lessons for about 14 years when I was growing up. […]

ZooWhiz – Play Educational Games and Build Your Zoo! {TOS #homeschool Review}

    ZooWhiz is an online learning program that encourages kids to learn math, reading and word skills, punctuation and grammar in a fun way that allows them to earn “coins” that they can then use to build their own zoo. From the website: Highest quality educational activities that are just right for your child […]

BeeYouTiful Skin Care Review {TOS #homeschool Crew}

  I had an opportunity to review BeeYouTiful skin products last year, and I was so excited to be able to do it once again!  This time around, I received their Skin Care Set which includes: 1 Laveshmint Moisturizer (4 ounces) 1 Laveshmint Toner (4 ounces) 1 Hair Shine (4 ounces) 1 Vanilla Dream Body Butter  […]

Already Gone {Why Your Kids Will Quit Church & What You Can Do To Stop It}

Over the years we have been noticing a steady decrease in Sunday School numbers in our church. I know in my church (and apparently in churches around the world), we focus on trying to keep high schoolers coming to church every week.    According to the data collected by Britt Beemer for Ken Ham’s book “Already […]

A Cry From Egypt {TOS #homeschool Review}

  “A Cry from Egypt” is a work of historical fiction written by homeschool graduate, Hope Auer.  She began writing this book seven years ago, at the age of 13, when she was studying Ancient Egypt with her family.  At the time, she was assigned to write a short historical fiction based on what she […]