The history many of us learned in school was dry and dull, full of names and dates, but nothing to make it personal, to help students connect to history in a meaningful way. We love All American History because the information is presented along with stories that help the kids connect to the people who made history.
Emily and Ethan are nine years old, and love to learn. The Tuttle Twins Learn About The Law follows the twins while they interview their neighbor, Fred, for a school assignment. What was the assignment? To seek a person with wisdom, and ask that person to teach them something important. This something important turns out to be […]
Just in case you missed this in the Summer issue of Learning Tangent – we’ve clipped it here for your convenience! The creator of SmithHand generously sent both the manuscript and cursive set at no charge for us to review. We love it – and think you will too! Disclaimer: These books were given to […]
Can I just say how much we love this curriculum? Every so often I think, “Well maybe this is too easy,” because they understand the basic idea behind much of the vocabulary, but the word itself never entered the picture. Then they show me how much they’re really learning. Nancy Larson’s Science lessons are just so […]
When I first contacted Nancy Larson Science about possibly receiving a review copy of their Level 3, I was unaware how complete and well thought out everything would be. We’ve never used a science curriculum before, because the twins are nerds, and love their science, so this will be different for us. Madon Daily their […]