Teaching History with the Torchlighters Video Series

Teaching history with the Torchlighter’s video series is incredibly easy because they have done most of the work for you! The series features stories of great heroes and heroines from throughout history in a 30 minute animated program.  Suggested for ages 8-12, but I have learned a lot from these videos as well. This post contains affiliate links for your […]

NatureGlo’s eScience Review

I love science, and I try very hard to instill that love into my children as well. They are naturally curious and I take every opportunity to allow them to delve deeper into things they show an interest in. When I was given access to NatureGlo’s eScience MathArt & Science Course Bundle classes for a year I was excited to […]

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Printable Multiplication Clip Cards

Memorizing multiplication facts is a little easier and more enjoyable when using these adorable multiplication clip cards!   These are super easy to use! Simply print onto cardstock and cut them out. If you’d like to make them self-checking, just find the answer on each card, flip it over, and put a small sticker or colored dot on the back […]

What I’m Reading in May 2017 (and an April Recap)

Apparently I thought I would have more time on my hands than was realistic when I made my reading list for April. Of the five books that I put on my list, I only finished three, and one of them wasn’t even on my list!I very slowly devoured and took meticulous notes on Julie Morgenstern’s book Time Management from the […]

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What I’m Reading in April 2017

I. love. to. read! I read a LOT of books and typically have 4 or 5 books that I’m reading from on any given day. Every month I try to choose three to four books to read in the upcoming month. This post is not necessarily an endorsement of these books, just sharing what I plan to read in the […]