Exclusively secular reviews of materials and programs used by homeschooling families
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SEA Homeschoolers' Reviews
Lilac Mohr’s self-published book, Math and Magic in Wonderland is a whimsical story where math and science are interwoven with literary prose. It is both engaging to read and at the same time, it is educational. We often talk about the journey through learning at SEA Homeschoolers and this book fits that sentiment. Paired with this unit study that weaves science, math, and literature in, this book can be used as an excellent project-based learning unit.
SEA Homeschoolers’ January 2017 Book Review
I recommend Homeschool Teacher unequivocally. It is filled with sound advice and learning practices. There were reassurances that “you have got this”, which is something even a veteran homeschooler likes to hear. Laird does all of this while weaving in the cool adventure that is her family’s lifestyle.
SEA Homeschoolers’ November 2016 Book Review
Know Yourself has a wonderful line of science products focused on anatomy. I think you will be impressed by the content, quality, and attention to detail. I know I was!
SEA Homeschoolers’ November Product Review
Beverly Burgess has written a book that is wonderful for those considering homeschooling or just beginning their homeschool journey, as well as veteran homeschoolers in search of support and connections within the homeschool community.
SEA Homeschoolers’ March Product Review