Multi-sensory Math: Math-U-See Review {Giveaway!}

math u see review

The following post is from Demetria of Christian Homeschool Moms.  This post is sponsored by Math-U-See. I began using Math-U-See back in 2007 when I first started homeschooling my oldest. I fell in love with this math program right away.  I look forward to sharing my experiences with you in this post.  (Also, keep reading […]

Streaming Programming Filled with Options for Kids with Kidoodle.TV

I am really excited to have been able to try out a service that I hadn’t tried before–Kidoodle.TV. Kidoodle.TV is a very cool service that allows you, for a very low monthly rate – just $4.99/month, to have access to streaming video of a large selection classic cartoons, educational programs, and other fun shows. My […]

Free Piano Lessons Right in Your Own Home

Free Piano Lessons in Your Home

Okay, admittedly, that sounded like an infomerical, didn’t it?  I’m sorry.  Forgive my inner Ron Popeil there for a minute.  Now, even though this is sponsored by, it’s the truth.  They really are offering free piano lessons from the comfort of your own home. Fine.  I might as well embrace my inner Carnival barker […]

Math and Science Online Resource for Middle and High School

The following post is by Angie from Many Little Blessings (and founder of The Homeschool Classroom).  This is a sponsored review about One of the things that often scares potential middle and high school homeschooling parents are math and science.  While we all are familiar with these subjects and went through them ourselves, it […]

Free Beginning Piano Lessons You Can Do at Home

The following post is by Angie from Many Little Blessings and The Homeschool Classroom.  This post is brought to you by Music lessons can be a big investment to make.  Not only do you need to get whatever instrument that your child wants to learn, but you also have the ongoing cost of music […]

Fabulous and Free Reading Program: Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading

The following is a post by Angie, founder and editor of The Homeschool Classroom.  Angie also writes at Many Little Blessings.  (This post is a sponsored review post.) Teaching children to read is one of those huge, daunting tasks that makes many a homeschooling parent nervous.  Reading is so integral to a whole lifetime of […]

How I Use Saxon Algebra 2

The following is a post from contributing writer, Roan, of Joyful Always.    Saxon Algebra 2, 3rd Edition, is the first Saxon product that I have used in my homeschool.  I recently completed my 12th year of homeschooling, and my 10th grade daughter worked half of this book.  When she finishes the book next school […]

Hooked on Phonics Review (for early readers)

The following is a post from contributing writer Carlie from So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler? One of my favorite things to teach my children is how to read. I just adore the beginning stages of reading and have thoroughly enjoyed teaching all three of my children to read. From my oldest (who is soon […]

Communion Cards Review Plus a Giveaway

First Communion Cards

We feel very strongly about having big, special First Communion parties because we think that it is just one way that we show our kids that we think it’s one of the biggest, most special days of their lives.  While we’ve done a variety of things as far as invitations have gone over the years, […]