My top engaging toy gift ideas for 2016

engaging toy gift ideas

Sponsored post. We test and play with a lot of toys during the year for the blog and other work I do with various toy brands. Here are my top engaging toy gift ideas from our 2016 playtime. Many are toys that have been around and I think will continue to stick around for some… Read More ->

cooking up history

Our family always cooks more this time of year, so it's been a great time to change up our pace with a unit study from Homeschool Legacy, a Once-a-Week Micro-Studies on Cooking up History with the Founding Fathers. Here's my review of this unit study! With this unit study, you receive a PDF e-book outlining four… Read More ->

devotional time Christian poetry

I've always loved poetry, so with great excitement I dove into my review of Working it out: Poetry Analysis with George Herbert, from Everyday Education, LLC. I've had a wonderful month, refreshing my devotional time with Christian poetry. Who is George Herbert? I first "met" the priest-poet George Herbert in college, since as a creative writing major, I… Read More ->

childrens history books

This month the boys and I have been turning back a page in time with children's history books that put kids in the moment! This review of these four titles are brought to you by Carole P. Roman and If You Were Me and Lived in...Renaissance Italy (An Introduction to Civilizations Throughout Time) (Volume 2) If… Read More ->