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Recent Reviews from Our Blog Team

See what our Blog Team members thought with this batch of product reviews...

 

Berenstain Bears Big Book of Science and Nature

Mimi's Dollhouse

Holly says, "Based on that cute little bear family that you enjoyed as a child, this big book (190 pages) is full of fun stories and science lessons to read with your child." Read the review.

 

Crayon Rocks

Coulter Coop

Morgan says, "We LOVE these! Absolutely a must-have in every homeschool!" Watch the video.

 

Exploring Economics

Homeschool Fanatic

Jennifer says, "The goal of this curriculum is to help the student understand economics from a Biblical worldview. Topics include how markets work, investing and trade, economic history, labor, economic issues in today’s world as well as God’s economics in church history and today." Read the review.

 

Imagidice

Little Earthling

Renee says, "One of the fun challenges with this game is you can be telling an amazing story (like the cowboy who is afraid of snakes) when all of a sudden another player completely throws you off by including a medieval castle and princess. You then have not choice but to pivot and try to make the story make sense." Read the review.

 

My Easy Book of Telling Time

One Luckey Wife

Daisy says, "Kumon My Easy Book of Telling Time is an easy way to teach and learn hour and half hour. What I love about Kumon books is that they start off easy and gradually get harder." Read the review.

 

Spelling You See A

The M Word

Melissa says, " I love that there is no end of week spelling test and my kindergartner is breezing right through the course so far." Read the review.

 

Tally Ho!

Purposeful Homeschool

Robbie says, "This game has been a lot of fun for myself and my 4th grader so if you want to see what the game is about, just watch the video!"

 

Time Timer Plus

Flanders Family

Jennifer says, "This tool has been a great fit for our family, as it suits our competitive personalities well. I’ll place the timer on the counter or mantle where everyone can keep an eye on the elapsed time. Then we’ll race to finish assigned tasks before the beeper goes off." Read the review.

 

World Scrunch Map

So Every Day

Lacey says, "It’s pretty much exactly what it sounds like. It’s made of some sort scrunchable paper-like material and it can be balled up and shoved inside a little bag that comes with it." Read the review.

 

Day and Night

Homeschool and Humor

Richie says, "This fun wooden block game is undoubtedly one of the perfect brain development games for toddlers I’ve discovered recently that does some serious brain-boosting of those rapidly-developing toddler problem-solving skills." Read the review.

 



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