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Recent Reviews from Our Blog Team

Cognitive Drawing

Just a Mom Trying to Make It Happen

Hilary says, "I feel this would be perfect for homeschool families looking to add a semester art elective for a high schooler or for younger kids who like art and drawing and want to add an extra fun element to your homeschool day." Read the review.

Clumsy Thief Junior

Mama Bean AZ

Tracey says, "Clumsy Thief Junior has definitely been one of the top choices in the house lately." Read the review.

Building Thinking Skills, Beginning 2

Coulter Coop

Check out Morgan's video review of Building Thinking Skills, Beginning 2.

ThinkPlay STEM Junior Xtra

Educational Roots

Check out Natasha's video review of ThinkPlay STEM Junior Xtra.

Apple Twist 

Making Everyday Magic

Check out Shanna's video review of Apple Twist from Smart Games.


Test Prep Grade 1

One Luckey Wife

Daisy says, "This Test Prep book has 13 units of material you can use to assess your child’s knowledge. Having all these subjects in one book is a huge plus." Read the review.

Dr. Livingston Abdomen


Gina says, "Tell me you’re a homeschooler without telling me you’re a homeschooler. I’ll go first: we just completed an intestine puzzle. There are some activities which just scream “homeschooler”, you know what I mean? Assembling the internal organs of the human abdomen in jigsaw form is definitely one of those moments." Read the review.

Battle Sheep

Mom's Quest to Teach

Kristen says, "Battle Sheep is not just a game that one plays, enjoys, and then puts back on the shelf. It is a game that builds critical thinking skills. Battle Sheep helps one think differently about gameplay and how to implement different strategies." Read the review.

Color Fizzers

Cummins Life

Kathryn says, "Color Fizzers are certainly a fun way to teach children about the color wheel and color mixing." Read the review.

Code Rocket

Momz in the Know

Heather says, "Overall the Code Rocket is a great introduction to coding for middle school students and even older students who are trying coding for the first time. Students are able to create codes that work a variety of lights and sounds on the Code Rocket and can even code visual and audio morse code messages." Read the review.