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Friday, May 12, 2017

The Story Travelers Bible (Review)

Review of The Story Travelers Bible

The Story Travelers Bible was written by Tracey Madder and illustrated by Tim Crecelius. The story begins with three children, Lana, Griffin, and Munch, who take a special bus journey through 85 Bible stories. Before getting on the bus, Lana admits that when she reads the Bible she tends to skip certain stories while Griffin shares that he doesn't read the Bible. Through their journey, not only do Lana, Griffin, and Munch learn about the Bible, but so will your young children. Although The Story Travelers Bible is recommended for children ages 4 - 8 years old, I am confident children as young as two would enjoy it as a read-aloud.

When I first began flipping through the pages, the first thing that stood out to me was how striking the illustrations were. Children will enjoy the vibrant colors throughout the book as each image coincides with each story. 

There are many things about this Bible that both children and parents will enjoy. The stories are engaging and written in a manner which will be easily understood by your child. The information shared in each story is just the right amount to hold a child's attention without losing any of the important details.

Other worthwhile features include:

  • Suggested Bible memory verses 


  • Interesting information about the countries in which the stories took place, including some fun facts. 


  • Questions posed to help children think more about the story and how it relates to their lives. This offers both parents and children a wonderful opportunity to discuss these topics together.


  • Directing children to verses directly from the Bible that they can read in order to learn more about each story.


  • A transportation theme children who enjoy playing with toy cars, or any other transportation related toy will enjoy. There are roads, stoplights, and traffic signs throughout the book.
There are certain books that I will not part with and this is one of them. I look forward to reading this someday with my future grandchildren. I can picture it already, cuddling with my little ones as they learn all about our wonderful God.

Cost: $16.99

Hardcover: 368 pages 




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Monday, August 29, 2016

Interested in Writing and Publishing Blog Posts But Don't Have a Blog?


Submissions

Have you ever wanted to write a blog post/article pertaining to the subject of homeschooling or education and have it published, but do not have your own blog in which to do so?

Now you can submit your article to A Slice of Homeschool Pie for publication consideration. I will read, edit, add images, upload/post, and share your article among various social media websites for only $30.00. 

All posts have to be approved by me and cannot include any vulgarity or inappropriate information. If I approve your article, I will send you an email. Once I receive payment via Paypal, I will provide you with a publication date.

Note: Articles that read like advertisements, if approved, will cost $50.00.

Email me at clara@asliceofhomeschoolpie.com.

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Friday, April 01, 2016

Searching for a Spanish Curriculum? Check out Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids (Review)

Review written about this Spanish immersion program for students in Pre-K through upper elementary

It’s that time of the season, the time when homeschool parents begin researching homeschool curriculum in order to prepare for the next school year. Are you one of those parents? I am. Researching curriculum is one of my favorite things to do as a homeschool parent. I love the excitement of discovering a new book, software, etc. That is how I felt when I learned about Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids, a program used to teach Spanish to students as young as preschool through upper elementary age. Adults and older students can also benefit from this program.

Saturday, January 09, 2016

Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids Spanish (Review)

A review about Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids which teaches students the Spanish Language. Written by ASliceOfHomeschoolPie.com

One of the best ways to learn a foreign language is by being immersed in that language. I remember when my nephew was a young boy of about 4 or 5 years old, the only language he knew was English. After spending a year or two in Puerto Rico, I was amazed at how well he could speak Spanish. I hope that someday my children will have the opportunity to spend some time in a Spanish-speaking country where they, too, can be immersed in the Spanish language. In the meantime, I am happy to have found a program, Foreign Languages for Kids by Kids, which teaches Spanish using an immersion approach.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Homeschool Mama Wonders, "Am I Coddling My Students?"

A homeschool mom shares her thoughts on trying to find a right balance between what might be coddling her students and helping them grow through challenges. By A Slice of Homeschool Pie.

The other day I found myself asking this question, "Do I coddle my students when it comes to their academic work?" Have you ever asked yourself this question? A couple of recent situations in our homeschool have made me ask this of myself.

I have read several blog posts or articles in the past in which the authors have suggested various methods to use in helping children accomplish their schoolwork successfully. I have used some of their advice with both of my children. For example, if my children (when younger) became frustrated over their math, I would have them stop and either take a break, or leave it until the next day to complete. I still believe that this method is great to use with younger children, but at what age should this method no longer be used?

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Friendly Chemistry - Review

Review of the high school chemistry curriculum - Friendly Chemistry

The word chemistry has a way of sending cold chills down my spine, or at least it used to until I found Friendly Chemistry.

I spent a good portion of my summer researching through various chemistry curriculum. Friendly Chemistry stood out to me because of its title. I wondered how chemistry could ever be "friendly".  I was so intrigued that I read the two volume Teacher's Edition from cover to cover in just a handful of weeks. Below, I'd like to share with you my review of this high school chemistry course which can be used by both Christian and Secular families alike.

The Authors' Background (From Their Website):

This book was written by Joey and Lisa Hajda. Joey has a doctorate degree in veterinary medicine and a master's degree in secondary and higher education, curriculum, and instruction. He has taught science courses at the middle and high school levels for over 20 years, as well as at the local community college level.

Lisa has a bachelor's degree in veterinary science, a master's degree in elementary curriculum and instruction, and completed her coursework towards her doctorate in education.

Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Fun Summer Learning Activities for Elementary Students - Guest Post

Fun Summer Learning Activities for Elementary Students - A Slice of Homeschool Pie

A question that people who are unfamiliar with homeschooling often ask is if there is really much of a distinction between holidays and school days if you are being homeschooled. Doesn’t every day feel like a holiday? After all, study plans are not as rigid and structured as they are at regular schools. The answer is that the way children are homeschooled varies and yes, they are more flexible. But to completely slack off from studies during summer holidays will be as much of a step back for children being homeschooled as it is to children who attend regular school.