High School Homeschool Curriculum Line-Up 2014-2015

High School Homeschool Curriculum Line-Up

For the past couple of years, our homeschool curriculum line-up has looked almost the same. We move pretty slowly through most subjects, and we’ve settled on some favorites that when we finish one volume we just happily move to the next. Having had the honor of being on The Old Schoolhouse Review Crew this past […]

Christian Fellowship Friday

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Hello friends! My apologies for being late this week. It’s been nutty around here, as usual! Are you celebrating this weekend? I plan to leave this linky open all week, through Thursday night this time, because I’m late getting it posted and it’s a holiday weekend. Enjoy, and please share the linkup!   My Random […]

Essential Skills Advantage – Online Language Arts

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Some of my students are very resistant to any English homeschooling curricula, so I was happy to be a part of the review for¬†Essential Skills Advantage, an online language arts e-learning program. Not only does it cover my concerns for my middle students, but it’s the first interactive program I’ve seen that addresses learning at […]

Christian Fellowship Friday

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Hello friends! How has your week been? Link up any posts from your site; please be sure to visit and comment on the others as well. Have a blessed weekend! Here are my Random 5 for today: Most of you are probably aware that I am a massage therapist. This week, it’s been MY back […]

Christian Fellowship Friday

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Hello friends! We are finally moved in, settled, complete with internet capabilities once again! I’m so glad to be getting back to some sense of normalcy, and looking forward to the fall of the school year. Since we school year-round and never stopped for summer, this time of year isn’t “back to school” for us, […]

Old Western Culture: The Greeks – a history and literature program review

In the past, my family has always studied history in chronological order and used a literature supplement to go right alongside it. My high school student has aged out of the program we have been using and really needs something more demanding, so I had a hard time keeping my seat when we were selected […]

Mathletics from 3P Learning

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Do your kids hate math, or maybe they are visual learners and just need a little more stimulation to their math studies? Look no further than Mathletics from 3P Learning for a fun and engaging curriculum that will do all the work for you! Mathletics offers all grade levels and several different options for curriculum […]

Hewitt Homeschooling Lightning Lit Review

We are a literature-loving family and I am always looking for ways to make our books come alive for the kids, so I was thrilled to be chosen to review Lightning Literature and Composition: British Medieval Student’s Guide from Hewitt Homeschooling! I had heard of this company and the Lightning Lit program in the past, […]

Christian Fellowship Friday

Hello, friends! Still in the middle of unpacking from the move and still no internet at home. Wanted to pop in and make sure you have a chance to link up, and I will get you an update just as soon as everything it up and running! Be blessed! If you would, please check out […]

Christian Fellowship Friday

Hello, friends! Just a drive-by posting this week from me – with the move and youth camp going on and no internet access at home yet, I just wanted to be sure to give you all the opportunity to fellowship together! I will get a full post up as soon as I have internet at […]