Monthly Archives: July 2012

Bananagrams – Fun and learning in one, from 2-90

July 26th, 2012 (No Comments)

This is a neat game for all ages. Even though my 2 year old can’t play, he can find the letter for me and hand them to me. He can put them down for me where I say. My 9 year old like to make up her own rules for almost any game she plays [...]

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Switched-On Schoolhouse Grade 11

July 24th, 2012 (No Comments)

Really is the best “sliced bread” option! We began using SOS with the 3 older children after the birth of our 4th. It was a lifesaver to be able to delegate some of the planning and grading to SOS. My kids, having been used to the “living books, real life” pattern of schooling, had a [...]

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Thinking Putty – Great for learning, but be careful!

July 19th, 2012 (No Comments)

My 6 year old daughter loves her Thinking Putty. I have her use it when I am reading History lessons to her. It helps her to have something to do while she listens, which in turn leads to less boredom and better attention span. I love it overall, but would caution anyone interested in purchasing [...]

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PreK Timberdoodle Core Curriculum 2012

July 12th, 2012 (No Comments)

My 3 year loves to ‘do school’. He gets upset when we don’t get to our school pages for the day. His favorite part of school is the bambinoLUK learning system. This curriculum set makes it easy to fit school into your schedule. It is great to see his progress in the 3 months we [...]

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Mathematical Reasoning B Grade 1

July 5th, 2012 (No Comments)

I have browsed math curriculum for 12 years and this is by far the BEST math curriculum for younger grades that I have seen and used! I was not a good math student, and spent a lot of time researching the math curriculum out there so that my children will have an easier time learning [...]

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