Month: March 2020

best free homeschool resources

Massive List of Cheap and Free Homeschool Resources (Covid & Non-Covid)

All the families in the U.S. became homeschool families overnight. It can be difficult, and overwhelming, to continue your child’s education if you don’t even know where to start! Maybe you’re thinking homeschool costs a ton of money and you’ve been stressing out. Well, I have your back, mama. I’ve accumulated several FREE homeschool resources JUST FOR YOU during this COVID-19 pandemic. I list a few CHEAP curriculums too. And if you need some homeschool tips, I got ya covered there as well. Read on to get your ultimate list of free homeschool resources during the COVID-19 crisis!

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Travel The Middle Ages With Home School in the Woods {Review}

History should bring fun and adventure. You should feel like you’re THERE during that time period! And that’s what Home School in the Woods brings to all its homeschoolers – a feeling of being there! With over 50 hands-on project for each study, your kids will have a blast creating memories from long ago! Read my review to see my take on Home School in the Woods – Passport Project: The Middle Ages. It’s a fascinating review! 😉

Venturing With God in Congo {Book Review}

If you want to read a first-hand account of a missionary life and all the trials and triumphs that goes along with is, you will want to read Venturing With God in Congo by Conjurske Publications. These accounts are written by Darrell and Louise Champlin, revealing God’s glory in the most remote of places!

Carole P. Roman assorted books series

Popular Children’s Books Your Child Will Read Again and Again {Review}

Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. Do you love shiny, attention-grabbing children’s book with beautiful illustrations? You will see all of these details and …

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Teach Your Kids How To Read With Pride Without All The Tears

The PRIDE Reading Program uses the Orton Gillingham approach to teaching your child structured literacy, reading, writing, spelling, comprehension, and phonics skills. Although all students can take this program, it is specially designed for students with certain learning deficits, such as dyslexia, apraxia of speech, and processing disorders. Read on for my personal review of this program.

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