Carol says, “I love how the bones are taught in a fun, whimsical way because learning bones…. is rather boring in my opinion. It makes it so much easier to remember too.” Read the rest of her review at A to Z Learning Adventures.
Dana says, “If you’re looking for easy-to-read science lessons (each just two short pages in length) that center around God, you will absolutely love this treasure of a book. With its easy-to-understand devotions about God and science and darling illustrations, your little ones won’t be able to able to put this book down.” Read the rest of her review at The Art Kit.
Amanda says, “Kids need to learn how to draw. They need the fine motor skills that come with holding a pencil and making a certain shape. This is the first step towards making them writers. How can you do this in a fun yet structured way? You can find a fun resource like Draw and Learn Faces!” Read the rest of her review at Hopkins Homeschool.
Jennifer says, “My 6th grader was very excited about working through these books. Being an animal lover she has spent most of her elementary years studying animal and earth science. When I was given the opportunity to review this Dr. Bonyfide set I decided that this would be a fun was to introduce human biology to her. Her first reaction was one of, “Mom, do I really have to?” After perusing through the books and seeing the activities and the 3D glasses she was hooked.” Read the rest of her review at Homeschool Happenings.
Jeni says, “…my kids of varied ages were actually fighting over the same workbook: one that helped them with fine motor skills and phonics… They worked independently and gained confidence. We whole-heartedly recommend it for any young kid who loves to doodle!” Read the rest of her review at Cosmic Montessori School.
Dana says, “If you’re looking for a faith-based science textbook that is easy to read and understand, full of gorgeous illustrations, and is captivating for both parents and children, you will love Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Astronomy textbook and notebooking journal bundle.” Read the rest of her review at The Art Kit.
Melissa says, “I’m excited to introduce you to Draw and Learn Animals and Places. I had the opportunity to try this book both with Allen (3 years old) and Dominic (5 years old)… Some of the things that I like best about it are the fact that it’s very bright and colorful. The instructions are clear and simple. There are a lot of examples so that your child can see something first before drawing it.” Read the rest of her review at Life, Love, and Dirty Diapers.
Dana says, “The Rubbabu 3D animal shape sorter is such a unique and fun puzzle! I loved the squishy, velvety softness of the pieces and the puzzle tray.” Read the rest of her review at The Art Kit.
Kathryn says, “I love that the books have different themes and that they are easy to use. I really liked that I could work with the kids and that they could also use them independently when desired (especially the older kids and the last books as they have more comics included). These are a great tool for homeschooling or for the science lover in your home.” Read the rest of her review at Cummins Life.