My blog may have been quiet lately, but that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been writing! Take a peek at some of the things I’ve been working on:
“We’ve all admired them. Those gorgeous photos of homeschool spaces. Whether it’s an entire room, or just a perfectly organized cabinet, who hasn’t looked longingly at the coordinated bins, color-coded labels, and row after row of artfully arranged books? Then we look guiltily at the avalanche of books and papers on our own table… Well, feel guilty no more! I’ve got the top ten reasons not to organize your homeschool!”
Read those reasons by clicking here.
How about a couple of reviews?
“The White House is perhaps one of the most recognizable buildings in the United States. How aware are you of the history behind it? Who was the first president to live there? How did it come to be called the White House? What changes and renovations have taken place over the years? The answers to those questions can be found in The History of the White House coloring book. It’s a perfect resource to go along with any study of the presidents!”
Read the rest of the review here.
And if you’re looking for missionary biographies, check this one out…
“Finding good role models for our girls is tricky, to say the least. Irene Howat’s book, Ten Girls Who Changed the World, introduces us to ten girls whose faith compelled them to do some incredible things. God used each of these women to accomplish something wonderful and lasting. Their stories will inspire girls of all ages!”
The rest of the review is over at Home Educating Family’s website.
Since Pi Day (March 14th) is coming right up, take a look at an older review of a picture book that would be the perfect addition to your celebration!
“Sure, you can find plenty of counting books for toddlers out there, but what about math storybooks for kids a little older? That’s where Sir Cumference and the First Round Table comes in! A picture book for early elementary students, it combines a delightful story with geometry concepts.”
Make sure to click here and read the whole review!
So brew a nice cup of tea, and then let me know what you think of my latest writing projects. And don’t forget to sign up for the newsletter while you’re at the Home Educating Family site!