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Nancy Larson Science 2: Exploring Sound & Light | Review

Originally published in Learning Tangent Homeschool Magazine, Spring 2015 This year has been a great one for the boys and science. they have always loved it, and so it’s easier to work it into our schedule. The wonderful organization laid out with Nancy Larson always makes science go more smoothly, because each topic is covered […]

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KidCoder Homeschool Programming Review

KidCoder Windows Programming

After researching all the programming curriculum choices out there (from free ones to courses that cost upwards of $250!!!) and calling Homechool Programming to find out more about their courses, we decided we were going to go with Homeschool Programming’s KidCoder series.

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Review: English Lessons Through Literature Level 4

Barefoot Ragamuffin Curricula has a great selection to choose from, and they are extremely generous in sharing them with us at no charge to review for you, our amazing readers. We reviewed level 3 of English Lessons Through Literature (ELTL) last school year, and still love the way things are organized. Level 4 continues the study of […]

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Quark Chronicles: Botany – the First in a Series of Science Studies

From finding seeds to grow a garden in the cargo bay of the living, talking ship known as “Auntie”, to fighting more space pirates, and helping a sentient tree pollinate, the action doesn’t stop – and neither does the learning!

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D’Aulaire’s Greek Myths – Review

When we decided that Astronomy would be on our docket for the year, we also thought that the mythology that accompanies much of what would be included in that study would also be helpful. So, as I am the eBay deal-finding-Queen, I searched eBay for copies of both Memoria Press’ Greek Myths study books and D’Aulaire’s Greek […]