Cursive Writing Practice: Jokes & Riddles Review

Cursive Writing Practice: Jokes & Riddles Review

This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive a small commission, at no extra cost to you, if you make a purchase using the links. I’m using Cursive Writing Practice: Jokes & Riddles, published by Scholastic, with my soon-to-be fifth grader. I...
Bob Books Curriculum Review

Bob Books Curriculum Review

This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive a small commission, at no extra cost to you, if you make a purchase using the links. Bob Books are a series of sets of phonics readers. I’ve purchased and used five sets of these readers in our...
February Favorites 2019

February Favorites 2019

You guys, how is it possible that March has snuck up on me? Most years it feels like I sneeze and February is over. But this February was tough for me. I was sick for much of the month and an abundance of rain made us all a bit stir crazy. What’s a girl to do?...
Homeschool Mid-Year Update – Homeschool History Curriculum

Homeschool Mid-Year Update – Homeschool History Curriculum

If you’ve seen my current Homeschool Curriculum Choices video, you already know that I’ve struggled with my choice for homeschool history curriculum this year. We began the year in experimental mode, trying a couple of things to see what sticks, but...
Educational Toys for Toddlers

Educational Toys for Toddlers

At two years old, my youngest has given us quite the adventure during homeschool (or any other) hours. Last year, any old toy entertained Gabriel happily, but these past few months he has become a whirlwind of mischief and destruction. And there’s no shame in...
Picture Books for Active Boys

Picture Books for Active Boys

Man oh man, I love my boys. They’re hilarious, active, loving, active, smart, active, and…..hold on, I’m forgetting something…..oh, yeah, I remember now – ACTIVE. I’ve always felt that my oldest boy required an unusually high level...
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