Reviews

  • Success Reading Product Assessment

    By Valerie Schuetta, M.Ed. As an elementary school teacher, Reading Specialist/Interventionist, and former English Language Learner teacher, I am always on the hunt for new materials that will help my students become better readers. I would like to tell you about a wonderful resource that includes Phonics cards and Phonics game cards from Success Reading. Continue Reading

  • BioCorp Preserved Speciments for Disection

    www.biologyproducts.com By Albert McQueen BiologyProducts.com, the website of BioCorp, is a one-stop shop for all biology- and anatomy-lab supplies. If you plan on having your student perform a dissection, or if you just need an anatomical model or display, you can find what you need here. BiologyProducts.com offers a wide range of preserved specimens, from Continue Reading

  • Crosswired Science – Intelligent Science For Every Child

    By Michael Leppert   The lack of scientific academics in American school children is well-known and often commented upon. Don Miller’s Crosswired Science is a curriculum company that believes that part of the reason for the decline in the number of America’s science-oriented students, is the delivery of the information. Crosswired teaches all sorts of science subjects with Continue Reading

  • Therapro, Inc. – Special Needs Learning Products & More!

    www.therapro.com 225 Arlington Street Framingham, MA 01702-8723 (508) 872-9494 or (800) 257-5376 Email: info@therapro.com By Ellen Meade Homeschooling children who have special needs, offers a unique set of challenges and rewards for students and parents. However, public schools have one advantage over homeschooling parents – the learning resources. Speech Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Art Therapists – Continue Reading

  • The Reading Game – Learn-to-Read Game for Ages 4 and Up

    www.thereadinggame.com Ph: 877-826-3782 Allsaid & Dunn 2727 De Anza RD, Suite SD21 San Diego, CA 92109 By Janet Esposito The Reading Game is an amazing tool for all homeschoolers learning to read. Whether you have a pre-schooler, who is ready to move on from pictures, or if you’re teaching the basics to your kindgartener, or Continue Reading