Beware of false history textbooks

I read an interesting article this morning, which I found because someone had tweeted that site’s previous article about altered history textbooks. Fascinating, and scary, stuff! It makes me really wonder what books to believe, and what I should be teaching my children! But then, I’ve had this discussion before on the Secular Charlotte Mason yahoogroup (LOVE that group, by […]

VIDEO REVIEW: Liberty Kids

Recently I decided it was time to find something that appealed to my kids more on the topic of history. We’ve been slowly working our way through “The Story of the World” series, but can’t seem to get through the 2nd book, The Middle Ages. I have been insisting that we work chronologically through it, but my kids just are […]

Interesting flashback

Saturday I got a blast from my past. Very interesting to me because I just am usually not exposed to this crap anymore these days…so I really notice it when it happens. A kid was visiting a neighbor and lurking around the kids playing in my yard…I still don’t really know what he was saying and if things were truly […]

Kids and website design

Kids and website design

Do your kids like to play on the computer a lot? Mine too. So much so that I had to wrestle with them for time on my own computer! (Until I got Times Up Kidz.) How about blogging or building websites? I’ve been thinking for awhile that I want to get my kids into web design, if they’re interested…Since I […]

Amazing new math game!

I stumbled upon the “SumStacker” iPhone app awhile back, a math game for kids, and was REALLY impressed with it! So I checked out the website of the developer of the game and found this: Apparently the game isn’t officially out yet…still in Beta testing…But I, for one, will be keeping a close eye on this website and will be […]

BOOK REVIEW: The Adventures of a Brownie

This week I finished reading this book aloud for the second time. My kids LOVED it! Originally written in 1908, you would think that the language and plot would be too antiquated for young children. Not so. This was my daughter’s second time hearing it and my son’s first. My daughter was around my son’s current age when she heard […]