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Review: Ellie Claire Devotional Journals

I was surprised to receive three more beautiful journals from Ellie Claire to review. Somehow, I managed to sign up for these when I thought I was confirming the previous review post dates. I'll consider it a happy accident though... Continue Reading →

Review: Ellie Claire Art Journals

Recently, I received three beautiful art journals from Ellie Claire: Faith and Lettering, The Illustrated Word and Illuminate Your Story. All of these journals are beautiful and well crafted. The paper is thick so most pens and paints will not... Continue Reading →

TOS Review: Laurelwood Books and Discount Code

The Crew recently received the opportunity to review several interesting homeschooling products from Laurelwood Books. This company has so many wonderful things I had a hard time choosing. Since I could not decide I opened the decision up to my... Continue Reading →

Medieval Study: The End of an Age

Sadly, all things must end and so has our current study of medieval times. We spent the last five weeks reading The World of Columbus and Sons from Genevieve Foster; the final required book in the study. The guide is set up to go... Continue Reading →

TOS Review: Memoria Press’ D’Aulaires’ Greek Myths Set

My daughter loves to read mythology. I knew she would be delighted to try out D’Aulaires’ Greek Myths Set from Memoria Press. I was delighted to see that Memoria Press provides a study guide to accompany D'Aulaire's Book of Greek Myths. Personally,... Continue Reading →

TOS Review: ARTistic Pursuits Inc. Sculpture Technique Model

Experience, education and appreciation in the arts is important to us as a family. We are long time appreciative customers of ARTistic Pursuits Inc. and absolutely enjoyed the offer to use their Sculpture Technique Model in our home. "Pyramids, cathedrals, and... Continue Reading →

TOSReview Crew: Apologia Educational Ministries’ Writers in Residence

When I first decided to educate my children at home, Debra Bell was the first "homeschooling expert" I heard speak during an online conference. She is very humorous and encouraging in her talks. Naturally, I was excited to have the... Continue Reading →

Medieval Study: Joan of Arc to the Philosopher’s Stone

After our delightful study of the Canterbury Tales with Beautiful Feet Books we started studying Joan of Arc and The One Hundred Years' War between France and England. The story of St. Joan is so very sad. My children were not familiar with... Continue Reading →

Review: Memoria Press Fourth Grade Literature Guide Set

My middle two kiddos are bored with their current reading curriculum. They've been begging me to let them abandon their readers and use "real books" instead since the holiday break. They were both thrilled when Memoria Press sent us the entire... Continue Reading →

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