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Dallas Fort Worth Homeschooling Mom of 5
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      Our latest review item has been a supplement that came at just the right time for my 7 year old.  We’ve been trying the online reading and math lessons from K5 Learning to fill in our school days as he has completed his regular curriculum and programs. K5 Learning is an online supplement great for students from […]

    The post Reading and Math with K5 Learning Online appeared first on Jenn's RAQ.


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    I have two pre-teens now, so puberty is in the forefront of my mind with them.  A lot of sex education materials are quite graphic, and we’re just not quite there yet.  I want my kids to understand about their reproductive systems without getting into all of the rest of it for now.  Our latest […]

    The post MarshMedia Streaming Educational Health and Safety Videos Review appeared first on Jenn's RAQ.


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    Language arts is the one of the foundations of a solid homeschool education, right up there with mathematics instruction.  I was relieved to be chosen again this year to review the Grade 2 Lightning Lit Set from Hewitt Homeschooling to use with my 7 year old.  This curriculum uses quality literature and interesting poetry and stories to engage […]

    The post Hewitt Homeschooling Grade 2 Lightning Lit Set (Review) appeared first on Jenn's RAQ.


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    Finding a simple and easy to follow independent Bible study for kids can be difficult, but I’ve been using I Can Study I Samuel Alone With God Bible Study (39 week study) NIV version with my son.  This study was written by Karen Mohs of Greek ‘n’ Stuff. This study is a paperback, spiral-bound book.  It has […]

    The post 1 Samuel Bible Study for Students (Review) appeared first on Jenn's RAQ.


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    My daughter completed the 6th grade in back May, and I wanted to document what we ended up using throughout the year as I know it can help others.  Here is our official Sixth Grade Homeschool Curriculum Year in Review. As you have likely guessed, we review a slew of curricula throughout the school year, but […]

    The post Sixth Grade Homeschool Curriculum – Year in Review appeared first on Real And Quirky.


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    World geography seems to be something that is overlooked in my house for my younger students.  Over the past few weeks, my elementary kids have been helping me with this review by using the geography curriculum for kids called Let’s Go Geography. Let’s Go Geography is a program that is accessible online, where you are able to […]

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    My family does a lot of computer-based and online school, so the family membership to the online math curriculum from CTCMath is always a welcome addition to our homeschool curriculum line up.  As part of my review, I am able to share a free trial with you if you are interested in checking it out yourself.  […]

    The post CTCMath Family Membership – Online Math Curriculum Review appeared first on Real And Quirky.


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    It has been many years since one of my children has used Reading Eggs, but I was excited when I was informed that we’d receive a free trial to review.  A Free 4 week trial is available for any of you wishing to give the program a spin for your child, as well. Reading Eggs Reading […]

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    Halloween is almost here, and I still have goodies to share with you!  This Halloween matching game printable is like playing a memory game, but using precious cartoony Halloween characters.  Your kiddo will love these little pumpkins, each dressed  up in a not-so-scary costume. These playful pumpkins are dressed up like bats, mummies, pirates, super […]

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    Once your student is able to read, how do you get them to continue practicing and building their skills?  For our latest review, my 2nd grader was able to enjoy reading The Magic Stories  from Allsaid & Dunn, LLC, publishers of The Reading Game and authors of the Wordly Wise series.  This set of 6 books […]

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