Amanda says, “This is such a fun curriculum that I don’t have to argue with him to work on it. I think we will end up going through more than one book each year, as Ray Ray loves to read them that much. If you are looking for a fun way to get your child interested in learning about their skeletal system, Dr. Bonyfide is the guy for you!” Read the rest of her review at Hopkins Homeschool.
Lacey says, “The book gives the scientific names of the bones and the students are working on memorizing and identifying all the bones named properly and – let me tell you – that is hard. Proximal, carpal, phalange, metacarpal, scaphoid, hamate and tricky words like that – for third and fourth graders. Truthfully, I had my doubts as we waded through the words and read the rhymes together and I have been tempted to not have Piper and Otto memorize these bone names. But each lesson I have been surprised at their desire to recite all the names to me, […]
Michele says, “Let’s face it, no matter how much great information is in a book, it will do your child no good if they do not read it. You will not have that problem with Dr. Bonyfide. These are such fun books and my son, age 10, devoured them.” Read the rest of her review at Family, Faith, and Fridays.
Heather says, “We have been a long time fan of the Dr. Bonyfide books. They are so entertaining while at the same time wonderfully educational (like most Timberdoodle products are). These books are full of kid friendly rhymes, games and puzzles all while learning about the bones of the body.” Read the rest of her review at Timeless and Treasured.
Jennifer says, “Physics 101 did not disappoint. Although I planned to use this introductory course for my high schoolers (it’s part of Timberdoodle’s 10th Grade Curriculum Set), my younger kids quickly became engrossed in the video lessons, as well. So did I. I learned stuff in this course I never knew before — despite the fact I’d taken three years of physics in high school and college. That’s because Wes Olson, the host of the 101 Series, is a master at asking intelligent questions, then answering them with easy-to-follow explanations.” Read the rest of her review at The Flanders Family […]
Suzanna says, “I have two sons doing high school chemistry this year. This year I have a son in 9th grade and one in 11th so one of them is using Integrated Physics and Chemistry and one of them is using Jay Wile’s Discovering Design with Chemistry. So when Timberdoodle offered me a copy of Chemistry 101 in exchange for a review I jumped at the chance. I knew that having a teacher that’s passionate about the subject matter would make Chemistry come alive for them.” Read the rest of her review at Wonder-filled Days.
Making your own play dough is easy, fun, and inexpensive. The kids love helping mix in the colors… or mixing together two different colors of finished play dough to see what new color they can make. Obviously, there are endless sculptures to be created with play dough, but did you know it can also be used to conduct electricity? Here’s a recipe for an easier to make conductive play dough from our team here at Timberdoodle. It can be used along with our DIY Electro-Dough Kit for a fun summer activity. Conductive Dough Ingredients 1 cup water 6 oz salt 1 […]
Families tell us they love our Core Curriculum Packages but I wonder how many realize why it took us so long to offer that option. For over twenty years we clung to the belief that if you were going to go to the work of homeschooling, you would want to hand-select each item for each child. After all, that was what our family had chosen to do! Of course, we had always been eager to help families, and it was not uncommon for a mom to call asking where to start for a particular grade. We would give some recommendations […]
WARNING: This is not for the faint of stomach! But it is very educational and has an awesome punchline at the end!!