With the Children on Sundays {TOS #homeschool review}

With the Children on Sundays  by Sylvanus Stall and Grace and Truth Books is a collection of Biblical teachings for children, first published in 1893, and then brought back into print in 1995. From the website: Filled with many of the most delightful family readings you’ll find anywhere, from an author with great skill in […]

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 […]

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. […]

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  […]

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 […]

Heritage History for Young Readers {TOS #Homeschool Review}

The Heritage History Young Readers’ collection is a large compilation of history texts that gives kids an introduction to Western Civilization. From the website: The Young Readers Classical Curriculum represents a broad and age-appropriate introduction to all of Western Civilization. Primary subjects include American, European, and Ancient history, Bible and saint stories, legends and literature. […]

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 […]

Amazing Science {TOS #homeschool review}

We love Science in our house…..though if you’ve been around here for any length of time you’ll know that it scares me just a little.   My 6-year-old is SO creative….and he likes to go running off ahead of me and doing his own experiments – which can be a little scary and almost always very […]

Amazing Animals by Design {TOS #homeschool Crew Review}

Amazing Animals by Design is about a boy and a girl, and a trip they take to the zoo with their parents.  For each animal they encountered, they learned about the specific design of each animal that enabled them to survive. As we read through the book, we came upon a picture of a large, […]

Action Alert {TOS #homeschool review}

Action Alert provides internet control for parents.  It is programmed to  block hundreds of thousands websites known to have inappropriate content or spyware, and it also allows parents to specify sites that they would like to block.  Alternatively, parents can choose to allow kids to access only the sites in the Favorites List. With Action […]