And away we go…

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This post contains affiliate links. Please read my full disclosure here. This. This is why we started homeschooling. I’ve shared before – our family did not begin homeschooling for the same reasons many other families do (although we enjoy those benefits). When we made the decision to homeschool (which isn’t the same as making the decision … Read more

Phonics Museum

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Phonics Museum is a fun, engaging app designed to introduce children to beginning reading skills while having fun. We don’t currently have a child this age, so I created a child, Rose, to “play” the game. Parents can add multiple children, so each child’s progress is tracked separately. The avatar choice selection is odd – … Read more

Living History

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A side note, before I get into the content: Sorry I’ve been so absent. We had a rough beginning part of the year – our youngest was in the hospital three times between January and the beginning of April. We’re all fine now, but mercy, just when you think you catch your breath… Then we … Read more

The Slope of Kongwa Hill

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This is a sponsored post. The Slope of Kongwa Hill, featured as the OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day on March 28, 2017, is the debut novel of Anthony Edwards. In the opening of the book, we meet Edwards, as he narrates his story. Edwards’ parents live and work in Africa, and from a young age, it … Read more

The Plans I Have for You Bible

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Lately (you may have noticed), I’ve had an influx of study Bibles that were developed with children in mind. The latest in these is The Plans I Have for You Holy Bible. Based on the children’s book, The Plans I Have For You by author Amy Parker, this is a pretty cool variation. Parker’s storybook inspires … Read more

Once Upon a Time Holy Bible and Storybook Bible

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Last week, I received this beautiful set of books from Zonderkidz, the Once Upon A Time Storybook Bible and the Once Upon a Time Holy Bible. These are brilliantly illustrated books that let you share the Bible with children at two very different levels of reading readiness. The Once Upon A Time Storybook Bible is … Read more

Achieve Your Dreams: Why You Don’t and How You Can

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I’m an avid reader of self-help books. It’s less that I’m concerned about improving myself than that I’m always so interested in how others approach becoming closer to what they want to be. I invite you to check out my OnlineBookClub review of Achieve Your Dreams: Why You Don’t and How You Can by Scott Hughes. … Read more