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Review: King Alfred’s English by Laurie J. White

This year I was looking for a way to teach my girls about the English language without teaching grammar itself.  I wanted to give them an understanding of its beauty and history so that they would learn to love it and also be able to use it more skillfully. And then I was offered King […]

Review: Daily Grams

It hurt to let it go, our old silver Daily Grams book.  It had been a faithful companion through many years of homeschooling and had helped our children so much. Every morning, I would sit on the couch with my latest middle school child and we would spend a few minutes together learning basic grammar […]

Review: Write from Medieval History: Level One

After Miss 11 works on her NaNoWriMo novel or does her math, she is exhausted.  Then she often turns to Write from Medieval History.  With its lovely stories and clean, uncluttered pages it is both interesting and soothing. Although Write from Medieval History: Level I by Kimberly Garcia is aimed at grades 1-3 for its […]

Curriculum Choice Review: Rod and Staff Grammar Series

  My first review with The Curriculum Choice was posted last week!  I’m excited and thankful to be part of this group of thoughtful homeschool curriculum reviewers.  If you want information about a wide range of curriculum, do search their archives.  Here is an excerpt of my review of the Rod and Staff grammar series: When I […]

Homeschool Crew Review: Super Star Games

  I like using games to learn and review.  However, most learning games are expensive, difficult to find, and complicated to use.  I am thankful to review two Super Star Game Bundles, because these games are priced right, fun, and easy to use.   Our family received all eleven Super Star Games produced by Debbie […]