Chemistry and the elements made simpler We have been seeing posts about a coloring book for the Periodic Table of Elements, our curiosity was piqued. How can you simplify the periodic table without dumbing it down? The guinea pigs twins loved this, even my non-chemistry-loving boy was excited to see something that made it easier […]
EToga Trek is a free video series from Ascanius Youth Classics Institute. The five videos cover areas of Roman life and culture, and we have thoroughly enjoyed them all. You may remember that we have reviewed a few of the other products they publish, Leap into Latin, Vocabula Pictura, and Alpha is for Anthropos. They’re […]
While at the GHC convention last June, I met the author of the Mastering Essential Math Skills workbooks, Richard Fisher. He surprised me by sending me home with a stack of the workbooks. The boys have started working through the problem solving book, while I have started brushing up on Algebra; never one of my […]
Two reviews in one post? Yep! Sometimes it’s just the right approach. These Latin resource books from Ascanius Youth Classics Institute seemed to scream for a joint review page. Not because they are interchangeable, but because both products complement each other beautifually. Activitates Liberis Volume II: Leap into Latin Review Vocabula Picta Review A little […]
After a very productive and educational weekend helping in the booth at Great Homeschool Convention in Ontario, CA… Nancy Larson Science was nice enough to give our next science level to us at no charge. So what would a girl do except take some photos and share the box opening with you? As you can see […]
Alpha for Anthropos is gorgeous. Written by Therese Sellers and illustrated by Lucy Bell Jarka-Sellers in the red-figure vase style, each page is rich and inviting.