Author: Crystal Green

KidloLand App Review and Giveaway

This post may have been sponsored and/or contain affiliate links. Please visit our Policies Page for more details. I’m always on the hunt for ways to make homeschooling my kids more entertaining for them. I’ll also admit that I use a vast amount of technology resources to help them to learn independently as much as possible too. So far, it works wonders for my kids and myself. When we were given the chance to review the KidloLand App for Zeva, I was thrilled for both of us. About the KidloLand App The KidloLand App is an app that is...

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Online Christian Filmmakers Academy Review

This post may have been sponsored and/or contain affiliate links. Please visit our Policies Page for more details. Although Delbert loves making videos, he has never been trained to do it. Delbert and I got the chance to be learning all about film making with Online Christian Filmmakers Academy from Family Gravity Media, a division of Families For Christ Ministries, Inc. thanks to being a part of the Homeschool Review Crew. This has been a fun adventure for us. About Online Christian Filmmakers Academy Ken and Zack, a father-son team, created the Online Christian Filmmakers Academy as an online film making training...

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Excellence in Literature Handbook for Writers Review

This post may have been sponsored and/or contain affiliate links. Please visit our Policies Page for more details. I’ve always stressed that grammar isn’t my strong suit. If it wasn’t for handy apps on Chrome I do declare I’d probably look like a blubbering idiot when I write these blog posts. I am glad that we were given the Excellence in Literature Handbook for Writers by Everyday Education, LLC as a part of the Homeschool Review Crew. This book is designed for high school students headed to college soon. I opted to review this one for Jimmy and me...

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Fire Prevention Week: Fireman Says FREE Printable Game

This post may have been sponsored and/or contain affiliate links. Please visit our Policies Page for more details. In honor of Fire Prevention Week, we’ve taken a look at how to teach fire safety to young children.  When it comes to adults, it’s easy to use scary figures and facts to get people to follow precautions, but how do you educate 3,4, and 5-year-olds without scaring them? Little ones are often given instructions like “stop drop and roll,” or handed pages from a coloring book to learn about fire safety. But anyone with young kids knows that the best...

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How To Keep Your Homeschool Student Motivated To Do Their Work!

This post may have been sponsored and/or contain affiliate links. Please visit our Policies Page for more details. I’m a part of many homeschool groups on Facebook. I’d be rich if I could bank on the fact that at least ONE parent complains about the fact that their students are not motivated to do their school work DAILY. It’s a constant struggle! I’ve been there many times in the past too. I’m willing to bank money that I’ll be deep in those trenches again many times over between now and the time all of my kids are graduated from...

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