Tag Archives: #MjL

  • Mr. Wizard’s Supermarket Science – Over 100 Experiments From the Aisles of Your Grocery Store!

    96 pages, soft cover – Signed $12.95 US, (MWB#5001) Order from: http://www.mrwizardstudios.com/ All Ages by Michael Leppert Don Herbert, better known as ‘Mr. Wizard’ to generations of curious children and adults who watched his T.V. programs from the 1950s through the 1990s, saw science in virtually everything. He was truly a man who thought outside Continue Reading

  • Cool Tools Math – Make Math Enjoyable!

    www.cooltoolsmath.com/ E-mail: cooltoolsmath@gmail.com Facebook: Cool Tools Math 801-756-6282 By Michael Leppert Evelyn Fannin, creator of Cool Tools Math is a former public school teacher who has worked with many children who experienced difficulties with math and knowing the basic math skills. The testimonials on the website show that her methods work in helping children to Continue Reading

  • Cleo Cat-tra Books – First Concept Educational Picture Books

    http://cleocatbooks.com/books/ 5 Titles in the series, currently For children, ages 1 to 3 Glossy, washable hard covers 8.25” x 8.25”, 30-plus pages Published by: Inkwell Productions, L.L.C. 10632 N. Scottsdale Rd, Unit 695 Scottsdale, AZ 852548 Ph: 480-315-3781 Author: Lucy Geringer Illustrators: Bernardita C. Kollock, Elly Evans, Ralph W. Redmond Review by Michael Leppert Former Continue Reading

  • Greek and Latin Morphemes – Expand a Child’s Vocabulary for Life

    Two programs from Ready to Teach designed to improve SAT & ACT scores and communication skills Ready To Teach 500 Elmington Avenue, # 312 Nashville, TN 37205 615-838-2077 Alene.Harris@readytoteach.com http://readytoteach.com/ by Michael Leppert Modern homeschoolers have a wealth of educational resources at their fingertips to ensure that their children receive the very best education possible. Continue Reading

  • When Is a Peer Not a Peer?

    by Michael Leppert I am dissatisfied with the misuse of the word “peer” to be synonymous with one who is equal to another in age. The word “peer” originally meant equal in rank — lumping age into that definition came much later and is purely the result of institutional schools. When do adults ever find Continue Reading