Thursday, May 25, 2017

title pic Language Smarts Works Kids’ Brains

Posted by Lorren on March 30, 2010

I was recently sent a copy of Language Smarts C for my daughter to look at and for me to review. It is sold by the Critical Thinking Company. My daughter finds this book challenging, and in a way, I think that’s a good thing. For example, in one of the excercises, my daughter has […]

title pic Tektoma is Fun, but Slightly Advanced

Posted by Lorren on March 9, 2010

Tektoma has video game tutorials for kids from age 7 to 17, but my daughter, being on the younger end of the recommended age range, found it to be a little difficult.

title pic Handel at the Court of Kings – Zeezok Publishing

Posted by Lorren on

My daughter likes the Zeezok Publishing books on musicians. They help her learn about music and history, and increase her reading skills.

title pic All Aboard the Good News Express!

Posted by Lorren on January 28, 2010

The Good News Express book, The Cheerful Grump, is loved by my kids, and teaches good values.

title pic Kinderbach is Kute!

Posted by Lorren on January 7, 2010

Kinderbach is an excellent musical program for children ages 3 to 7!

title pic Slow and Steady with Maestro Classics!

Posted by Lorren on December 15, 2009

Maestro Classics “The Tortoise and the Hare” is a good, moral story set to tape.

title pic Gymathics is Good for Kinesthetic Learners

Posted by Lorren on November 30, 2009

Gymathics is an excercise video that teaches math concepts. It could feature younger kids. Our DVD had technical difficulties.

title pic Virginia Soaps and Scents

Posted by Lorren on November 17, 2009

Virginia Soaps and Scents produces excellent soap with no added chemicals.

title pic Sarah’s Wish… For the Next Book?

Posted by Lorren on October 20, 2009

Sarah’s Wish is a great historical book for kids ages 9-12, or younger if the parent reads it to them.

title pic Nature Friend Magazine – For Older Families

Posted by Lorren on October 15, 2009

Nature Friend Magazine is a great magazine for older kids.

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