The Science of Symmetry (Unit Study)

It is said we are all born to follow our passion.  I didn’t know what my passion was until I started creating unit studies for my homeschooled kids.  I realized that putting together a unit study combines all my most favorite…
Art Lessons for Kids (ArtAchieve Review)

If you are looking for Art Lessons for your family, look no further.  ArtAchieve is amazing not only in the way it teaches to draw, but also as a family bonding experience.  Children of all ages enjoy spending time with…
Notebooking Pages Lifetime Membership (Review)

One of the wonderful perks of being a member of Schoolhouse Review Team is the chance to test new homeschooling products. I haven’t heard of NotebookingPages.com until I was offered to review this product.  Let me tell you about about…
Nadia Activity Pack

Nadia: the Girl who couldn’t sit still by Karlin Gray is a picture book biography of Nadia Comaneci published this month by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.  Nadia Comaneci, who is 55 years old today, is a legendary Romanian gymnast, who will…
Wolf Science: exploring the sense of smell

My science posts are designed to show children that science is all around them in everything they do.  When I just started a unit on wolves with my kids I wasn’t sure what element of science we would address.  My…
Online Math Tutoring LearnBop (Review)

When I read that with LearnBop students can learn math faster, I knew I wanted to try it with my family.   I consider mathematics one of the most fundamental subjects.  Not only it teaches to think logically, be precise with…
Waldorf-Inspired Summer Activities

There are many reasons I am drawn to Waldorf education.  I love the idea of honoring children and letting them learn at their own pace.  I love the emphasis on educating the whole child – physically, emotionally, spiritually – and…