Posts Tagged ‘classical education’

Nature’s Beautiful Order Review

Memoria Press is one of my favorite curriculums, as they offer many different topics in a Classical Christian approach. Memoria Press also has award winning Latin programs, that teach your children to master Latin Grammar through step by step process. We had the chance to review one of the newer curriculum called Nature’s Beautiful Order, which is designed for grades 6 – 8. There is also another new curriculum called The Book of Trees.

Self-Paced Bible: Old Testament 1 Genesis to Joshua Review

VP Review

My daughter has really been enjoying study the Old Testament: Genesis to Joshua in Self-Paced Bible from Veritas Press. This Self-Paced Bible is perfect for the whole family. It really brings the bible stories to life and keeps kids wanting to learn more.

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The Self-Paced Bible has 128 class periods that cover 32 Biblical events. It has an interactive teaching approach using videos, games, talking characters, and song. The song itself is helps you memorize the chronology of the events that happened. The games help you memorize the dates, names, and places. There are activities, and even tests. You can keep track of the scroring of tests.

Memoria Press – Second Grade Literature Guide Set – Review

Memoria Press Review

We had the chance to review the Second Grade Literature Guide Set from Memoria Press. The set included an answer key, The Courage of Sara Noble, Prairie School, Tales From Beatrix Potter, Animal Folk Tales of America, and Little House In the Big Woods. We were going to do Little House in the Big Woods but my daughter wanted to start with The Courage of Sarah Noble.


The Conversation – Book Review

The Conversation

I recently had the chance to read The Conversation by author Leigh A. Bortins, who is the founder of Classical Conversations. This book is about the homeschooling the high school years. My son has one more year before he reaches high school. In all reality I was starting to panic and wondering if I could do it. I have debated whether it would be better for him to go to a public school again who could probably help more then I can with some of his disabilities. After reading this book I have really changed my mine about even considering it.

Famous Men of Rome Review

Famous Men Of Rome Review

One of mine and my sons favorite things are learning about history. We never really covered the rise and fall of Rome before. I was really excited to have the chance to review the Famous Men of Rome by Memoria Press. This is ideal for beginners who are being introduced to Roman History. The suggested age group for this is grades 4 – 8.


I received The Famous Men of Rome Student Guide, Famous Men of Rome Teachers Guide, and the Famous Men of Rome Stories for my review.

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