Just The Way I Am is a new release from Desiring God, and if you like many, wish that you could find a God-honoring book about disabilities, this book may just fit the bill. We have our copy on order from Desiring God and I can’t wait for it to arrive. Read more about this […]
Archive for April, 2010
Newly added to Timberdoodle’s Core Curriculum, CitiBlocs are brilliant in their simplicity. Precision cut from renewable New Zealand Pine, any child who can stack blocks is ready to enjoy these. But at the same time, we’ve yet to find an adult who won’t feel challenged by some of the intricate pattern ideas. Most spend hours […]
Wedgits are so difficult to describe that even our best attempts fall flat compared to actually manipulating the pieces or watching children play with them. You’ll see the MiniWedgits, standard Wedgits and even Wee Wedgits for babies in this vodcast. The emphasis here is on younger children, but we find that even adult…s find them […]
If you have been following the story of Artyom Savelyev (Justin Hansen), you may have found that you, like me, are filled with sadness at the outcome. How could someone, when given the opportunity to raise, nurture and love a child, decide that the child is too much work and send them back? Can’t they […]
Timberdoodle’s recent schedule has been filled with weekly vodcast tapings, tons of new catalog pictures, and more. So we find this Friday’s laugh strikingly close to home. Watch and enjoy!!
A Doctor’s license is lost over an “unsuccessful” abortion where the “wrong twin fetus” was aborted. And as Albert Mohler so wisely points out, “What is the real scandal here — that this doctor was ready to kill a baby with Down syndrome, or merely that he aborted ‘the wrong baby’?” If your children are […]
Check out our new Shape Sorting Caterpillar! Shape sorters are classic toddler favorites and our wooden Shape Sorting Caterpillar is among the best. Watch this vodcast to see why we like this Shape Sorter Caterpillar, and go online to find out more information!
Does Apologia work for you? We were initially reluctant to add advanced Apologia, (see yesterday’s vodcast) since it doesn’t work well for all students. However, that could be said for any product, and it is such a valuable resource that we “came to our senses” and added it. What do you think? Has it worked […]
If you are looking for a comprehensive science curriculum you’ve probably been told to look at Apologia. But maybe you’d like a little more information. Daniel shows you how the different books and CD’s work together, explains how other families have used Apologia, and qualifies which students are likely to thrive with Apologia – and […]