Posted by Julie Simmons

Another Classic Toy from Vision Forum A fold up Horse Stable A great delight for little horse lovers in your family, the Fold & Go Wooden Stable provides both easy storage, and fun play. This wooden stable, with a decorative shingled roof, provides a warm home for four plastic horses. There is a ladder leading up to the hayloft stocked with 4 bales of  hay, a stall for each horse, and a folding corral to…

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Another Classic Toy from Vision Forum A fun addition to a unit study on Aeronautics is The Airplane Design Studio. It comes with over 35 parts including balsa-wood wings, tails and bodies, plastic parts, rubber motors, and more. This kit gives you the means to build your own unique flying toy designs. Simple to build, easy to fly, and hours of fun. Our boys made all kinds of paper aircraft as well as simple balsa…

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My daughter loved to play with dolls. With this precious wooden doll set, children who love to play “house” can create scenarios to act out their imagination with this lovable family of wooden dolls. A set of dolls like this one can be used to act out stories of history that are being learned in homeschool. Adapt the dolls to the Laura Ingalls Wilder stories and let the children act out the chapters you are…

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I have just received word that… On Monday, November 14 Vision Forum will launch a sale featuring 20% off EVERYTHING! In addition, domestic shipping will be a flat $5 for any size order! Vision Forum has all the classic toys you’ll need like this Will Rogers Rope Tricks Set. The cowboy is an example of manliness. No real cowboy would be caught without his rope by his side on his trusty steed. He mastered the…

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This beautiful, wide birchwood pull sled from Vision Forum is perfect for anyone who lives in an area where they get winter snow. The backrest and handrails are made of willow, and the pull-cord is a soft cable, making it easy on little gloved hands. The sled is designed to slide delicately along powdery snow as well as snow that is packed hard and icy. It has stainless steel and copper hardware. It is a…

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Doug Smith reviews a a selection of e-readers in this video from Charlotte Mason. From sleek Apple products to the popular Amazon Kindle, he covers them all and offers thoughts on which might be best for you. The Different Kindles Available Kindle Main Page

Reading Downloads for The Well-Trained Mind The Well-Trained Mind is a book by Susan Bauer that gives parents instruction for giving their children a classical education. The high school reading list from The Well Trained Mind  leans heavily on  influential literature (or Great Books), most of which are in the public domain. We’ve collected  these texts available for free download in Kindle format and listed them here for your use in homeschool. Click to Downloads…

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Follow the link for an informative page reviewing and comparing the different types of Kindle available and which might work best for homeschool.

Here’s how Kindle can be a great asset to your homeschool!

Guidelines for Teaching Spelling Spelling can be a tough, anxiety-inducing task for your child, particularly if they know that they’re struggling to complete lessons.  If your child has difficulty with your current spelling exercises, take a moment to evaluate the way that you’ve designed them. How involved are you with your child’s learning process? Do you give him an overview of the concepts involved and then let him work on his own or are you…

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