Sunday, July 29, 2012 (Review)

Have you heard of  Well, if you haven’t and you’re a homeschooling family, go there NOW!  There is so much content, I honestly believe you could homeschool your child completely from this site.  That is not an exaggeration.  Here is the list of subjects with daily lesson plans offered:
  • ·         Career Exploration
  • ·         Chemistry
  • ·         College Choice Guidance
  • ·         Economics
  • ·         Figures in History
  • ·         Filmmaking
  • ·         Geography
  • ·         High School Math
  • ·         History
  • ·         Home Economics
  • ·         Lapbooking
  • ·         Literature
  • ·         Special Needs
  • ·         Technology
  • ·         Writing has gathered some of the most well-known and well-loved homeschool curriculum authors as contributors!  Diana Waring (Diana Waring Presents), Terri Johnson (Knowledge Quest), Malia Russell (, Andy Harris (Technology) and the list goes on and on.

The Schoolhouse Dailies section of the site offers even more content.  These currently include Ditch the Desk-Hands On Activities, Summer Olympics, Summer Shakespeare, Daily Math, Daily Grammar, Daily Writing, Everyday Easels, Everyday Explorers, and more!  

I TOLD you there was a ton of stuff here to explore!

Every time I log on, I find new content, and that excites me as I head into a new school year!  I will tell you that one of my favorite parts of the site is the Daily Extras—Ditch the Desk feature.  Here’s an example of what Abbey and I did one day, based on a lesson plan from this section of the site.  

We baked a batch of brownies together, let them cool and then did the following activities with them:
  • ·         Cut 1/3 of the pan into 1-inch squares.
  • ·         Estimated how many 1-inch squares we could get out of the entire pan.
  • ·         Learned how to figure perimeter and area of the cut area, and then of the entire pan.
  • ·         Re-read The Three Little Pigs in preparation for the next steps of the differences in building a house.
  •        Read in Matthew 24 about the importance of building your spiritual house on the Rock.
  •        Took the cut squares, ready-made frosting, and spaghetti noodles and allowed her to use her engineering skills to build the most-sturdy house she could. 
·         It got terribly messy, but man, did she have fun! She had no idea how much math we snuck in that day!

But wait---there’s more!  At the risk of sounding like an infomercial, becoming a full member of allows you have three, different, FREE Schoolhouse Planners, access to Schoolhouse Library with summer reading lists, teacher lesson archives, and more! Here’s some of the newest additions:

Want to take a look risk free? Check out the sample pages. Like what you see? You can join now for only $1 for the first month.  Keep your membership going for only $5.95 a month and cancel at any time! Where else can you find this much content for that price? 

If it’s out there, I have yet to find it. 

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 **I was offered a full-year membership to in exchange for this review. No other compensation was given.

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