Monthly Archives: October 2011

Settlers of America Trails to Rails Review

October 31st, 2011 (No Comments)

Love it! This is a great game to teach your children all about the history of the settling of our country, in a fun and easy way. Both our children, ages 5-11, and we parents love this game. It is fun to play, rewarding, educational, and a great deal for the money you pay. I [...]

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Wahoo – A great riding toy

October 19th, 2011 (No Comments)

We purchased the pink Wahoo as our daughter’s second birthday present. She was immediately in love and started bouncing around the room. We’ve had him for almost six months and this little guy is still a hit. My four year old and seven year old also love to ride on Wahoo. They ride him all [...]

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How to Draw the Life and Times of Abraham Lincoln

October 14th, 2011 (No Comments)

Fun way to learn history I purchased How to Draw the Life and Times of Abraham Lincoln because it was a combination of history and art. When I got it, I was concerned that my boys would freak out a little because some of the drawings are rather challenging (and art is not our strong [...]

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Daily Geography Grade 3

October 12th, 2011 (No Comments)

Finally, a way to actually get Geography done! I had purchased some cool geography curriculums in the past, only to have them languish on the shelf as we struggled to complete our other work. Then I found Daily Geography. Mondays take longer because we read through the lesson, but the rest of the week is [...]

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Camelot Junior

October 10th, 2011 (No Comments)

A good toy for all ages Camelot Junior is very popular in our house. I bought it for my 4 year old so that he’d have something fun to do during school time, but my older boys (ages 7 and 8) like to play it, too. I like it, too, and will frequently turn to [...]

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Little Annie’s Art Book of Etiquette & Good Manners

October 7th, 2011 (No Comments)

Perfect for Young Children I purchased Little Annie’s Art Book of Etiquette and Good Manners for our two little girls’ homeschooling curriculum this year… they absolutely fell in love with it from the very first day! “Little Annie” is so sweet and whimsical as she demonstrates manners, kindness, and proper etiquette, all while presenting Bible [...]

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Switched on Schoolhouse History and Geography

October 3rd, 2011 (No Comments)

I was looking for something easy and painless to teach my son history and geography but it also had to be engaging, fun and interesting. I wasn’t sure about trying SOS (Switched on Schoolhouse History and Geography) but I am SO glad I did. It is wonderful. My 14 yo son is excited to do [...]

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