relationship between economic freedom and religious freedom, the difference between many different economic
systems, and the importance of stewardship in a healthy economic system.
This DVD based curriculum includes
2 DVDs and a spiral bound guide (236
pages). This course would count as 1/2
of a High School Economics credit.
Visual Latin I and II
Visual Latin I and II is a homeschool
Latin curriculum taught by Dwane
Thomas. This DVD curriculum includes 60 Latin lessons and printable
worksheets to help students understand
basic grammar concepts, sentences,
and reading in Latin. Both part 1 and
part 2 must be purchased separately.
Part 1 (lessons 1-30) and Part 2 (lessons
31-60) both retail for $85 and are suitable for children in grades 4 and up.
If you are looking for quality classical
curriculum at affordable prices, Roman
Roads Media will serve you well. These
impressive and thorough products are
sure to turn even the most reluctant
learner into an enthusiastic learner.
The crew received a mixture of physical
products and digital download products to use and review.
Click on this link for more specific
information on each product and how
the Crew families used these in their
My Student Logbook
Whether you are homeschooling one
student, or twelve, organization is
key. Organization is one of the biggest
challenges most homeschoolers face;
between planning out your student’s
days and keeping track of what is accomplished, it can seem like the paperwork never ends.
Most homeschooling moms and
dads are looking for a simplified way
for their students to keep daily records.
What if there was an easy, almost “
automatic” way to do it? That’s the goal of
My Student Logbook, an innovative student planner designed with ease-of-use
Once this system is set up, it is as easy
to run as writing a check mark. Plus,
the set-up is super simple too!
Corina Abbott, the creator of The
Student Logbook, has even dedicated
an entire page to showing parents how
they can use this daily logbook to create
a high school transcript!
Set-up is simple and takes just a few
minutes. Attach a new checklist, and
decide what tasks to include on your
child’s list. (While it’s intended for
schoolwork, any repetitive daily task
can be included.) All tasks are listed
down the left-hand side. The remainder of the page includes seven columns
(one for each day of the week) that can
merely be checked off, or used to record
The checklist sheet is actually folded
over to enable the same list to be used
week after week, if necessary. Parents
simply write out the school lessons, or
even the child’s chores list for the week,
then the student only needs to check off
the lessons as he/she completes them.
My Student Logbook is available in
three different calendar options: dated
chronological year, dated school year,
or undated blank. It has a complete
years’ worth of pages with a spot for all
seven days of the week. Extra sheets are
included in the back of the book for the
student to keep track of other valuable
MSL Vintage MapFeatures include:
1 – Colored paper divider
1 – All About Me page
1 – Prayers and Goals page
1 – Bible Verses Memorized page
3 – Books Read pages
3 – Events, Projects, Field Trips,
Presentations, Activities pages
3 – Test Records pages
1 – Year Highlights: My Favorite
Memories from this Year page
Students can choose from numerous
covers that appeal to boys and girls of
all ages. All Logbooks include a heavy
black plastic back cover and black plas-
tic spiral binding.
My Student Logbook is on Facebook
too! Make sure you watch the videos
for detailed, step-by-step directions on
how to get started with the My Student
See how the Crew used these with
their families by clicking the link!
The next set of reviews we have in store
for you are coming from 3P Learning.
They have given TOS Crew members
a full year subscription for two students to their Mathletics online math
program. The Mathletics program is
designed as a supplement to whatever
math you are already using and can be
used for grades K- 12.
Mathletics has 7 key points that will
really help you understand what they
are all about.
The definition of engage is “occupy, attract, or involve (someone’s interest or
attention).” Mathletics does all of those