Books to Read to Your Preschooler this Fall

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If you haven’t figured it out by now, fall is my favorite season.  I love the colors, the smells, and the sights.  Every year, I love coming up with activities for my children and me to do together.  Over the past week, I’ve been eagerly reading books from the library trying to find the cream […]

Homeschool Curriculum Choices for 2017-2018

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The 2017-2018 school year is in full swing and we are loving our homeschool curriculum choices so far.  Over the summer, I stumbled across a blog post about the five flavors of homeschooling.  Now granted, it’s from the Simply Charlotte Mason website so it might be somewhat skewed, but after taking several other “homeschool style” quizzes, […]

The Ultimate Homeschool Planner Review

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I’ve mentioned in the past that I’m not a great planner.  I really have to work at it.  So when I got a chance to review The Ultimate Homeschool Planner-Blue Cover by Apologia Educational Ministries, I decided to give it a shot.  I was hoping to find something that helped me stay better organized, wasn’t […]

A Fun New Reading Program for 4-10 Year Olds

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We’ve been fortunate to be able to review many great products in the past year through The Old Schoolhouse Review Crew, so I was feeling a little disappointed as the year was coming to an end.  I was pleasantly surprised that we had the chance to review one more reading program, Reading Kingdom Online from Reading Kingdom. Reading Kingdom Online […]

First Day of School 2015

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Just wanted to share some quick pictures from our first day of school.  We’re having a great time so far and I’ll be sharing more about what we’re doing for school in a later post.  We’re loving having more of a schedule and learning new things every day!

Pom-Pom Clothespin Grasp

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Second in the series of activities for preschoolers is the Pom-Pom Clothespin Grasp.  This activity is great for practicing fine motor and sorting skills.  The girls made our Pom-Pom Clothespin Grasp game at the homeschool co-op we attend, but it would be simple to make at home as well. Pom-Pom Clothespin Grasp: A Preschool Activity Supplies An creamer container […]

CTC Math Review

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Through this last school year, I’ve introduced more and more curriculum to H.  She turned five in May and although this coming year would be her first official year in kindergarten, I’ve done quite a bit of kindergarten work with her.  She’s fairly advanced for her age and I didn’t want to hold her back by […]

La La Logic Preschool Curriculum Review

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This year, our family has reviewed several homeschooling products and have enjoyed doing so.  But when we were asked to review the Preschool Curriculum from La La Logic, I was the most excited I’d been about any of the products.  From what I’d seen, La La Logic Preschool Curriculum was something that would cause my […]

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