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 Awaywegomedia.com: If You Were Me and Lived in...Renaissance Italy (An Introduction to Civilizations Throughout Time) (Volume 2) If… Read More ->