Heirloom Audio Productions is dedicated to sharing the true stories of history accurately and adventurously through an amazing audio theater as portrayed in the product I received for review: In Freedom’s Cause Single Package – The Real Story of Wallace and Bruce (The Extraordinary Adventures of G.A. Henty). Audio dramas are different than audio books in that they areRead more
Despite the modernization of St. Valentine’s Day being all about love notes, chocolate, and roses, the history of Valentine’s Day is a little more complicated than that. Below you will find a few links outlining the history/speculation of the history of Saint Valentine’s Day. Some of the stories are surrounded by mystery, hardship, and bravery. AllRead more
I am not a very crafty person in the hands-on sense, I much prefer the art of writing. However, I do have an interest in crochet. For this reason, I was quite excited to review the online Craft class Crochet: Basics & Beyond. There are so many reasons that Craftsy is awesome!
Health – Science – Biology – Cell – Mitochondria Here you will find links to resources for teaching children about mitochondrion (or the singular form; mitochondria), their function within every cell, their importance for the body, and what happens when they fail (mitochondrial diseases). I have used most of these resources myself to educateRead more
I use a couple of curriculum programs and follow them quite closely for what I consider the most important subjects: Language Arts and Math. But, when it comes to Science, History, Music, Art, etc. we do mostly “Delight Directed” or “student lead” or “lifestyle of learning” or whatever you want to call letting the child read,Read more