Category Archives: PreK-K

Charlotte Mason Homeschooling – Narration

One of the most basic elements of a Charlotte Mason learning atmosphere is reading and narration. In its simplest form, reading and narration are reading (either by or to the student) followed by a re-telling in some fashion of what was read. Narration begins with the most basic “tell me what happened in our story”…

Charlotte Mason Homeschooling – What Makes A Living Book?

There is much talk about the use of real literature – real books – in Charlotte Mason schooling. They are the one thing a Charlotte Mason education can’t do without. They are essential and fundamental. Without living books, there is no Charlotte Mason education. Living literature consists of reading material that is literary in nature….

Review Bob Books Set 1

A few months ago I won a giveaway for the Bob Books Sight Words Kindergarten and 1st Grade. Well after I sent them my mailing address so they could mail the prize they replied saying they enjoyed my blog and asked me if I would like an additional product to review. Of course I said…

Review The Imagination Station – Adventures in Odyssey Series

I was very excited when I was contacted to review the Imagination Station book series, because my kids LOVE books. This review will focus primarily on books 5 and 6 the two newest books in the series. When the books arrived my daughter, Gwyn age 5, was very EXCITED. She always gets excited when a…

Funnix Phonics

I’ve been married to my Prince Charming since 2000, and we’ve been incredibly blessed with six amazing children.  It is my honor to be a keeper of my family’s home, and be able to homeschool and disciple our children.  Feel free to stop by my blog at http://www.thepottershandacademy.com.  I look forward to hearing from you!…

Review The Complete Zoo Adventure

I have had the privileged of reviewing The Complete Zoo Adventure from Master Books publishing. The book is written by Mary and Gary Parker. There are several tabbed sections: Before the Zoo, At the Zoo and After the Zoo.   Before the Zoo: This section contains a planning calendar, devotions and field trip preparations. There…

Funnix Math Review

I’ve been married to my Prince Charming since 2000, and we’ve been incredibly blessed with six amazing children.  It is my honor to be a keeper of my family’s home, and be able to homeschool and disciple our children.  Feel free to stop by my blog at http://www.thepottershandacademy.com.  I look forward to hearing from you!…

Review God’s Amazing Creatures & Me

  The book is written  by Helen Haidle and Illustrated by Paul Haidle. We just started to read this devotional book recommended for boys and girls ages 6-10 in January. The kids have really been enjoying it (even the 4 1/2 yr old). There are 45 animals and devotionals covered. This book teaches children very…

Easy Phonics Review

This review is brought to you by:   Kristi I’ve been married to my Prince Charming since 2000, and we’ve been incredibly blessed with six amazing children.  It is my honor to be a keeper of my family’s home, and be able to homeschool and disciple our children.  Feel free to stop by my blog…

Before Five in a Row Review

This review brought to you by: Lisa We’ve been hard at play for the past 9 years homeschooling in the Sunshine State. Our blessings range in age from 12 years to 23 months. Lisa blogs at Homeschool Circus “What is Before Five in a Row?  Let’s begin with what it isn’t.  It isn’t a curriculum.  Neither is it…