The Judah Bible Curriculum {TOS #homeschool review}

The Judah Bible Curriculum is an online curriculum that promotes Biblical literacy. From the website: The Judah Bible Curriculum is a “Principle Approach” Bible curriculum whose distinctives are the following: The BIBLE is the textbook. The student studies and learns the Bible. The student learns God’s purpose in history, studying the hand of God in […]

Apologia’s “Who Am I? And What Am I Doing Here?” {TOS #homeschool review}

We recently reviewed “Who Am I? And What Am I Doing Here?”, the second book of the “What We Believe” series courtesy of Apologia and The Old Schoolhouse Homeschool Crew. Who Am I? is a beautiful, hardcover Bible curruculum that teaches children about what it means to be made in God’s image despite physical and […]

Real Homeschool Spanish {TOS #homeschool review}

R.E.A.L. Homeschool Spanish was created by Dr. Karen Williamson-Coria, who was a language teacher at the high school and college level for 23 years, and then wanted to teach a language to her 3 children in a homeschool setting. The recommended time to do this is 20-30 minutes a day for 5 days a week.  […]

ARTistic Pursuits: An Introduction to the Visual Arts {TOS Homeschool Review}

We love crafts of any kind in our house!  I’ve loved seeing the progression of the kids’ drawings over the years, and I try to promote creativity as much as possible (rather than uniform-looking crafts or having them make things the “right” way). We generally craft for the joy of crafting, or to help bring […]

Memoria Press – Classical Phonics & Reading {TOS Crew Review}

As a fairly new homeschooling mom, I feel like the onus is on me to constantly PROVE that we are learning something. One of the things that I admit to stressing out about is teaching my son to read.  My boy tends to have perfectionistic tendencies, and gets frustrated very easily.  If he can’t figure […]