Learning is a lifestyle and extends beyond the boundaries of conventional text and workbooks. Join a homeschooling mother on her journey through educational resources that ignite a life-long love of learning.
Copernicus - you simply can't go further in your study of astronomy without him.
Isn’t there a better Bucky Fuller documentary out there somewhere?
Marcus du Sautoy leads viewers in a jolly world-wide romp through time and space as he explores the history of math.
This unique guide to teaching musical terms to young students is a gem, but a bit tricky to find online.
Though the text does bog down in places, there is certainly enough of Beethoven here to satisfy
Another great release from LeapFrog - I must replace our smashed copy quickly, before the children rebel!
Mud Puddle: GROUCH! - Play adaptations of Robert Munsch stories; yes - it is as fun as it sounds!
Airplanes, high-tech gadgets, and big storms – what self-respecting science-type guy can resist?
A spectacularly fun foray into the world of American politics for children.
Reading this accessible biography will remedy the neglect this little known scientific figure has suffered.
This fully modern version of Herotodus is ancient history to lose yourself in.
Preschoolers go wild for this edutational DVD!
My children ask to watch this educational anatomy DVD again and again.
Lovely and informative, though some poems are drastically abbreviated.
A wonderful, adventure-filled historical novel for 'tweens that is well supported with educational materials.
When it comes to homeschooling, there's no such thing as perfection. Aim for real life instead.
Entry level personal insights on the impact Nelson Mandela made both on history and on the lives of those around him.
Parents of budding astronomers – listen up!
Bound to become a classic for Christian parents of boys.
An excellent resource presenting four complete picture books relating to the quest for African American freedom and equality.