We homeschoolers are not generally known for frequent trips to the movie theater. Most often of course it is content we are concerned about but sometimes it is merely the expense that prohibits. This summer, thanks to Regal Entertainment Group, it doesn’t have to be expense that restrains you. RGE says, “Selected G or PG […]
Archive for June, 2010
Puzzles are a vital part of any toddler’s education, but what if your puzzle did more? P’kolino Bug Puzzles offer the additional benefit of having interchangeable pieces. This means that your little one will be motivated to assemble and reassemble the puzzle resulting in improved hand-eye coordination and strengthened manual dexterity, along with all the […]
What we homeschoolers have been incorporating for years throughout our educating is now being brought into public schools! We have long believed that engineering is a foundational skill and should be taught young and often. So it is interesting to see, in this article by The New York Times, that this concept is now being […]
If your younger homeschooled children have been out of the loop on the oil spill, these pictures from Boston.com – The Big Picture are a staggering way to show them what is happening and what the consequences from this “nation’s worst environmental disaster” are.
At the risk of encouraging a snobby and condemning response I think this short clip on the commercialization of children is worth pondering and serves as a timely reminder as we head into summer, a time which many families use for rest, restoration, and recreation before hitting homeschool again in the fall. How much time […]
Announcing two exciting DIY books with projects for dads and kids to do together! Take a closer look at Handy Dad and Geek Dad, includes footage from one of the projects we made out of Geek Dad! Check out more details here:
For those of you who have highschool or college-age homeschoolers, this is a helpful resource from CollegePlus!. With over half a dozen FREE practice CLEP tests, your homeschooler can now gauge more accurately whether they are ready to CLEP out some courses.