Graphic Novels from Candlewick Press: The Coolest Way to Introduce Shakespeare

Graphic Novels from Candlewick Press: The Coolest Way to Introduce Shakespeare

As much as I hate to admit it, I didn’t appreciate Shakespeare at all when I was younger. My first experiences with his works were perfunctory and dry, but that’s exactly why I wanted something different for my middle schooler. It’s the reason I wanted to introduce Shakespeare in a way that[Read more]

Six Reasons to Add Spring Mixed Media Art to Your Homeschool

Six Reasons to Add Spring Mixed Media Art to Your Homeschool

Looking for a spring-themed art option for your homeschool? Today I’m sharing six reasons to add spring mixed media art to your plans and how we’re including it in our home. *I received complimentary access to this workshop in exchange for my honest review. Please see disclosure for details. You[Read more]

Pathways: Faith-Based Language Arts Curriculum for Homeschool

Pathways Reading and Language Arts: a Christian Homeschool Curriculum

One perk of homeschooling is the flexibility to adjust and adapt our curriculum choices to best meet the needs of our children. We’ve enjoyed this freedom many times, but most recently as we transitioned from a relaxed language arts program to a comprehensive faith-based language arts curriculum. (I received this product for[Read more]

Multicultural Children’s Book Day 2017: Dragons Are Real

Multicultural Children's Book Day 2017: Dragons Are Real

Looking for a book that encourages kids to look beyond stereotypes and see the real person inside? I can’t wait to tell you about Dragons Are Real from Valarie Budayr! (I received a complimentary copy of this title for review purposes. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Multicultural Children’s[Read more]

Every Day with God: 365 VeggieTales Devos

I’m always happy to discover new devotionals to help my kids grow in faith. After all, training them to have time every day with God now will help them grow into mature believers sooner rather than later or not at all. (I received a complimentary copy of this title for review; see[Read more]

The Love Letters Series: Holiday Books for Christian Kids

It can be tough to find holiday books for my kids that are respectful to our Christian worldview. What’s even tougher is finding books that explain current holiday traditions and the root of those traditions through the lens of our worldview. I received a complimentary copy of these titles for[Read more]