Archive for the 'Reviews' Category

Leadership Garden~TOS Review

Saturday, April 13th, 2013

We were asked to review some resources from Leader Garden Legacy. We reviewed U.N.I.Q.U.E. Kids Growing My Leadership Garden (retail $18.95), and the adult book U.N.I.Q.U.E Growing The Leader Within (retail $18.95). From the website~Every person is a unique seed in the world’s garden. Each seed grows a leader from which greatness can blossom. Imagine the future of our […]

Supercharged Science~TOS Crew Review

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

We reviewed the K-8 program  e-science  by Supercharged Science. E-science is for students in grades K-12. Supercharged Science offers 2 different levels you may purchase. K-8 is $37 per month. K-12 is $57 per month. You may cancel at any time. When you subscribe, you receive access to the first 7 units and then you receive access to 2 more […]

Computer Science For Kids~Bible Games~Tos Crew Review

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

We reviewed Computer Bible Games For Microsoft Small Basic . Computer Science for Kids is recommended for ages 10+ and retails for $59.95 but it’s on sale for $34.95 through July 4, 2013. This review required a free download of Microsoft Small Basic as well which was quick and easy to download. This tutorial is recommended for Middle […]

Lone Star Learning~Target The Question~TOS Review

Sunday, March 3rd, 2013

For this TOS Crew Review, we reviewed Lone Star Learning‘s Target The Question. Target The Question retails for $59.99 per year for access to your account on the internet. Target the Question is available for Grades 1-7.    About this product from their website: Target the Question™ Digital Edition is the digital version of our successful Target the […]

Reviewing

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

On the TOS Crew review forum, someone asked what products have you reviewed that you still use. I thought I’d post that here but I’ll also include non-TOS reviews. ALEKS Math–We paid for a subscription and James used it for the rest of the year. Hewitt Homeschooling Chronicles of State History–James is still working on […]

Vocal Coach~Schoolhouse Crew Review

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

  When I signed up for this review, I told them that they can take a chance on me if they like. I do NOT sing. Well, I sing but not in front of people. I sing with my fingers is what I say and I’m pretty good at that if I do say so […]

The High Calling~Online Newsletter

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

The High Calling is a weekly e-newsletter  from The High Calling an online magazine. From the website~ Honoring God in our daily work is much more than mere evangelism. Our work itself should be a testimony to our creator. That is why we encourage each other to remember the high calling of our daily work. […]

Apologia~Journeys of Faithfulness by Sarah Clarkson~Schoolhouse Crew Review

Monday, November 5th, 2012

The latest resource from Apologia that the crew was able to review is Journey’s of Faithfulness by Sarah Clarkson.   Apologia’s Journeys of Faithfulness by Sarah Clarkson contains stories of women in the Bible. It’s written for girls age 12 and up. This 232 page paperback book includes the examples of Mary, Ruth, Esther and […]

Activity Bags~Science Experiments ~Schoolhouse Review Crew

Friday, November 2nd, 2012

This was a fun review and an interesting concept for me since I haven’t been on the “busy bags” bandwagon. Activity Bags concept is to provide ideas for self-guided activities for children to do contained in a bag. You can read more about the concept on the Activity Bags? page. The parent or teacher can […]

Dayspring Christian Academy~The Pilgrim Story~Schoolhouse Review

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

Description: The Pilgrim Story was developed by Dayspring Christian Academy, which is one of 25 Principle Approach® schools in America. The Principle Approach is America’s historic, classical Christian method of education to prepare young people to be servants, scholars, and statesmen in our constitutional federal republic.  This requires developing a biblical worldview as well as excellence […]