Fascinating Education: Biology Review

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Thanks to the Schoolhouse Review Crew, science is becoming easier on us all the time. One of the reasons is the chance to review online programs that aren’t teacher intensive. Fascinating Education offers three courses for the middle school and high school students, including the Fascinating Biology we were blessed to receive for review. They […]

Go Science! Science Videos – a product review

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Go Science Videos

I’m not a science teacher, and I don’t do well with experiments, so I was excited to have the opportunity to bring you this review from Library and Educational Services. The new (Series 2) Go Science DVDs are fun science supplements to any homeschooling curriculum. Geared towards your elementary aged students (as young as 4 […]

Curiosity Quest Science Videos Review

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What are you curious about? Is there anything that really gets your curiosity up and running? My boys have loved our review of the DVD’s from Curiosity Quest that we received several weeks ago! We received two sets, with three episodes each. DVD Combo Pack – Produce has three episodes titled Mushrooms, Cranberries, and Orange […]

Supercharged {Homeschool} Science

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homeschool science

I am really awful at teaching homeschool science, and am so thankful for the TOS Crew and the chance to do reviews like this one so we can find what works for us. If you’ve been falling me for any amount of time, you are already aware that science is my downfall. In order for […]

Amazing Science Experiments DVD Review

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Cloud science experiments

You all know that I struggle with teaching science. Thanks to the Schoolhouse Review Crew, I received for the purpose of review Amazing Science, Volume 1 – a DVD from ScienceandMath.com for grades 1 to 3 that includes science experiment videos. Just what we need for that “okay, let’s just pretend we did this experiment…” […]