MaryAnne says, “We all know that kids learn through creative play. Tegu magnetic blocks wowed me with their ability to inspire all sorts of imaginative pretend play.” Read the rest of her review at Mama Smiles.
Dana says, “Tiny Polka Dot is perfect for children ages 3-8 (and older) and packs a lot of fun and learning into one little box of cards. We instantly fell in love with the bright colors, high-quality cards, and easy to follow instructions.” Read the rest of her review at The Art Kit.
Jennifer says, “My daughter has really enjoyed working through this book. Some of the more challenging patterns kind of frustrated her but pushed her to see that whatever she practices enough is possible. I definitely would recommend this coloring book to others.” Read the rest of her review at Homeschool Happenings.
Melissa says, “Given the assigned speeches and opportunities for suggested public speaking, I think The Rhetoric Companion would make an excellent co-op or group study for older students… If you’re searching for guidance in teaching rhetoric before your student graduates, I would encourage you to consider The Rhetoric Companion…” Read the rest of her review at Reflections from Drywood Creek.
Melissa says, “Overall, I enjoyed Economics for Everybody and would recommend it… Although, I watched several lessons with my middle schoolers and they were a bit lost. I think the content would better serve high school or upper level students.” Read the rest of her review at Reflections from Drywood Creek.
Jennifer says, “One of our goals for our children is that they would know the Truth and be able to communicate it clearly, whether they are writing or speaking, formally or informally. The Rhetoric Companion aligns beautifully with that goal, as it is designed to help students become skillful and persuasive speakers.” Read the rest of her review at The Flanders Family Website.
Heather says, “One of my favorite picks… is the Draw Patterns with Barroux Kit, a colorful, engaging book of essential skills disguised as a coloring book with all the bells and whistles.” Read the rest of her review at To Sow a Seed.
Tawnee says, “Preschool is so fun! They learn every day. They love learning and, most of the time, if they have older siblings, they CAN’T WAIT to “do school” like their big brothers and sisters. Such is the case at our house. The little one loves school time. So, having the opportunity to give her her own school books is a BIG DEAL. And Developing the Early Learner from Timberdoodle fits the bill!’ Read her review at Adventures in Homeschooling.
Kimberly says, “One thing I have concentrated on this year is making our lessons fun. I can do that when I have awesome tools like Tiggly Math! This is a concept that uses math toys and your tablet. Kids get to have fun while they learn and I love this part of Tiggly Math . My kids warmed right up to this app and it has been a staple in our homeschooling curriculum for preschoolers. Another way to make lessons fun is by using Tiggly Words. Teaching your child to read is a big responsibility. My kids agree that Tiggly […]