Review: Stabilo Woody 3-in-1 Pencils
Today I’m sharing my review of the Stabilo Woody 3-in-1 "multi-talented pencils" from Timberdoodle... they are so much more than your average beginner crayon.
Review: Learn to Paint in Acrylics
Today I'm sharing my review of the Learn to Paint in Acrylics kit from Timberdoodle. The tiny "canvases" are perfect for experimenting with various techniques and having a fun little painting in a short amount of time.
Game Review: Pirates Crossfire
We enjoy having Pirates Crossfire on our game shelf as a single-player game for all ages.
Game Review: So Clover
So Clover is a cooperative word-association game for 3 to 6 players. I love word games so I was pretty sure I would like this game but I wasn't sure how well it would go over with my family.
Game Review: Quixo
Quixo is a two-person strategy game with a tic-tac-toe premise. It can also be played with four player in two teams.
Game Review: Horse Academy
Horse Academy is a single-player puzzle game 80 progressively difficult challenges, appropriate for all ages. Check out my review!
Review: Human Anatomy Floor Puzzle
Today I’m reviewing the Dr Livingston Jr. Human Body Floor Puzzle, perfect for homeschoolers or any kids who are interested in learning more about human anatomy.
Game Review: IQ Six Pro
Today I'm reviewing IQ Six Pro from Smart Games. We aren't traveling nearly as much this year as we did last year, but when we do, I like to tuck a compact non-digital game in my bag for the trip. IQ Six Pro is perfect for that.
Review: U.S. History Detective, Book 2
U.S. History Detective, Book 2 covers from the late 1800s through the Obama administration. I would recommend it for 8th grade and up, along with a generous selection of historical novels and biographies for a full Modern American History course.
Review: U.S. History Detective, Book 1
U.S. History Detective Book 1 focuses on American history from the time of the first European explorers interacting with Native Americans through the Reconstruction Era following the Civil War. I feel it would be perfect for a high school level Early American History course if you included a generous selection of corresponding historical novels and biographies.