Lightning Literature Grade 7

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I have a middle schooler who struggles with language arts, so I was ecstatic to have the opportunity to review the Gr 7 Lightning Lit Set from Hewitt Homeschooling. Drew is generally resistant to anything language arts related, but loves to read and is good at doing so, and I’ve really coveted a curriculum that […]

UnLock Math: Homeschool Algebra 2

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Our most recent review is from UnLock Math and they have granted us a year’s access to their program UnLock Algebra 2 for the purposes of review. Christian, my oldest and a high school senior, has done his very best with this program, and feels that many other students can benefit greatly from it. UnLock […]

K5 Learning – Online Reading and Math

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All of my kids enjoy using online reading and math learning programs, so when I had the opportunity to review K5 Learning I looked forward to using it to supplement our usual curricula. We received a six month subscription to the online program, which can be used with up to four students including access to […]

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 […]