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Using Heirloom Audio Adventures For Read Aloud Time

*The following is an Heirloom Audio Adventures review–a new product we are trying out for the fall semester of 2016.*  This past spring, our homeschool got stuck in a rut. It was a boring, no frills, minimalistic rut caused by an over-scheduling of *stuff* and an under-scheduling of quality learning. …

Ten Atlases For Your Homeschool Shelf

Post contains affiliate links. World Atlases: The Usborne Children’s World Atlas: Internet Linked – We have had this one since the kids were little; I like how sturdy and kid-friendly it is. It’s only available used on Amazon, but it’s a keeper. National Geographic Student World Atlas – National Geographic atlases always …

Heritage History Bonus!

~ Heritage History (I wrote about how we love them here and here) is having a Tax Day Special! Going NOW until May 31, 2013, get the Early American Library CD *FREE* with a purchase of $19.99 or greater. Just add the Early American Library CD to your cart with …

Teaching Bible in Our Homeschool

ABC’s of Homeschooling ~ Bible in our Homeschool

Back in the early days of our homeschool journey, I remember polling my homeschool friends about bible curriculum. “Do you use a curriculum to teach bible?” I would ask, again and again. Most of my friends didn’t, saying they simple used the bible itself. A couple of my friends used …