Review: SpeedyPrep CLEP Test Prep

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Pass Your CLEP Test

We are always looking for ways to save money, and our high school senior heading to college provides no exception to that rule. CLEP tests are one way to save money for college, and my son has been studying using SpeedyPrep CLEP Test Prep services. With membership, we have had access to two dozen different […]

Apologia Readers in Residence Review

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I have middle schoolers who struggle in the language arts department, including one with dyslexia. I’m thrilled to bring you this review of Apologia Educational Ministries  newest program Readers in Residence Volume 1 (Sleuth) designed for 4th through 6th graders. My dyslexic son is a 6th grader and is working at least a semester behind […]

Digital Savvy by CompuScholar

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Maybe it’s all middle school kids, but my 8th grader wants to go into video game design as a career. Because we felt like he needs the foundation of basic computer skills and knowledge, we were excited to have the opportunity to review the Digital Savvy  course from CompuScholar, Inc. (This is the same company […]

Book Review: Shepherd, Potter, Spy–and the Star Namer, by Peggy Conslover

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I have an 8th grader who only a few years ago started being interested in reading, and these days it’s all he wants to do! We were happy to receive Shepherd, Potter, Spy–and the Star Namer for review. Peggy Consolver – Author has crafted an exceptional story for Christian young adults. Book Review by Drew […]

Memoria Press American History

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We’ve been on an American history kick around here for a little while, so I was happy to have the opportunity to review some products from Memoria Press that are right up that alley! We received for the purpose of review both The Story of the Thirteen Colonies & the Great Republic Set and also […]