Saturday, December 20, 2014

Random Five Friday - a day late

This week has been so much fun.

1. Last Saturday Jam and Boo had a swim meet in Kansas.  It was especially fun because their cousins were swimming too. Out of the four age groups between the boys and girls races we had swimmers in 3 the afternoon went really fast! All of them did really well.

2. The kids have bought and wrapped all of their presents!

3. Captain played his first song! Jingle Bells! He felt so proud of himself.

4. I found all of the ingredients to make some iced cherry bakeswells - I will share the recipe if they taste like the ones from home. (Hubby wants Mr Kipling).

5. I love this time of year. We even had snow this week - but I hate the mess after it!

Monday, December 15, 2014

Awesome Giveaway Hosted by Chestnut Grove Academy

Chestnut Grove Academy has recently hit there 1000th blog post and their 150th Field Trip post! That's a lot of blogging and field trips.

She wanted to celebrate in a BIG way and to Thank ALL of her readers for, well, reading!
She has over $500 in prizes set up for you guys!  There will be 3 winners!  So the odds of winning are even greater! 
She has amazing donors and so keep reading to learn a little bit about what you can win!  Then use the Rafflecopter form to enter!  There are over 45 ways to enter, with some daily entries, so make sure you come back!!
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A HUGE Thank you to our sponsors:

A+ Interactive Math, Veritas Press, SchoolhouseTeachers.com, Building Brilliant Minds Online, Skrafy Minecraft, Classical Composers Monthly, Educents, Classroom Friendly Supplies, Our Time to Learn, and A Virtuous Woman
Now for the Prizes:

A+ Interactive Math – 1 year family math package for 2 students ($199.99 value)
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You can see my review of A+ Interactive Math here. .  You can try a MONTH of their ONLINE program for FREE!!

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Self-paced Bible course for grades 2nd-6th ($179 value)
You can see Chestnut Grove Academy's review on the Self-Paced History course by Veritas Press HERE

Building Brilliant Minds Online
Introduction to Architecture course for ages 11+ ($150 value). Chestnut Grove are looking forward to taking a course with Building Brilliant Minds Online this Winter!

SchoolhouseTeachers.com - 3 Full year subscriptions ($139 value each)
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Educents – $30 Gift Card
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Educents is a online DISCOUNT place for all things educational!  It’s a great place to find amazing deals on homeschool curriculum and supplemental materials.  They often even have FREE items!  Check them out!
Classroom Friendly Supplies – The Quietest Classroom Pencil Sharpener ($24.95 value)
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Classical Composers Monthly – Fine Art Pages – Christmas Set, Winter Set and Corrier & Ives Set ($14 value)
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You can see Chestnut Grove Academy's review of their products HERE, be sure to check out their entry – Register for FREE units! 

Skrafy Minecraft – Any Skrafty Homeschool Class
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Again this is something I have never used but Chestnut Grove Academy has, you can see her review for the Astronomy class HERE, These are a MUST for Minecraft fans! 

Our Time to Learn – About Me Curriculum Book ($15.99 value)
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Keep your eyes open to read Chestnut Grove Academy's review coming on the 18th!

I am so excited to be able to bless the lives of my readers with some of these amazing prizes.  They have been divided into 3 packages!  They are listed on the Rafflecopter form in their groups. 
Please pay attention to the Terms & Conditions at the bottom of the Rafflecopter form!
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Friday, December 12, 2014

Random Five Friday Dec 11th 2014

WOW December is going fast!

1. Ordering Christmas presents online is awesome. Except when someone else gets the mail from the box and then can't remember where they put it. I did find it - luckily as it contained the only present that Captain America asked Santa for.

2. Times have changed and Captain was the only one to be taken to Santa this year. It was a fun just to have some one on one time with him. He was a pretty good Santa wasn't he!


3. We had an Etiquette dinner at church with the youth I work with this week. It was really good but I didn't get any pictures. I managed to take one just before it started. I can't believe how grown up she is getting.


4. I introduced my kids to Marti McFly this week!

5. The kids had great fun with our little homeschool group today. We all got together and made 'graham cracker' houses, pizza, games and a story. It was such fun!



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Saturday, December 6, 2014

Review - Princess Spy - Melanie Dickerson

As an adult that doesn't want to read books written for adults, unless of course they were written by Charlotte Bronte or Charles Dickens. I am forever in search of books written for teens that are not completely childish.

I was given the opportunity to read The Princess Spy by Melanie Dickerson and I was impressed. I had never read any of her work before and so I wasn't sure what to expect. However, the other reviews seemed rather good so I thought I would see for myself. The book itself is listed as a #1 Best Seller in Teen and Young Adult Action & Adventure on Amazon.



The story is told alternatively from the view point of two protagonists Margartha and Colin. Colin has come to Germany from England to revenge the death of his friend. However when he is attacked with his best friend John and is left for dead he is brought to the castle of Margartha's father. He can't speak German and is in a bit of a state when Margartha steps in to help. In the meantime Margartha is the oldest daughter and is at marrying age. She talks A LOT and seems to annoy a lot of suitors. She wants to get married, but not for the wrong reasons. She wants to marry for love, to someone who loves her. When we first meet her in the story, she is receiving attention from her newest suitor, Rowland Fortescue, Earl of Claybrook. She is not sure if she likes him or not. In fact she could just like the idea of liking him.

Not far into the story Margartha and Colin join forces to save her family. I hate heroines that faint and are helpless. Margartha is definitely not a wimpy heroine. She is willing to do what ever it takes to help her family.

Although the rest of the family play quite minor roles, each of them have quite strong personalities. I didn't realize that there are other books that include some of these characters. However, it didn't interfere with my enjoyment of the story.

I really enjoyed this, and it's a story that I will let Boo read!

Thumbs up!



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Susie's Hope DVD Review & Giveaway

I was recently offered a chance to review a really interesting movie called Susie's Hope



This movie is based on the true story that successfully passed 'Susie's Law' in North Carolina, which seeks stricter punishment for animal abusers. Susie's Hope brings to life the inspirational relationship between pit bull attack survivor Donna Lawrence and Susie, a pit bull-mix puppy found beaten, burnt, and left for dead. Recognizing abuse and neglect were to blame for the tragic attack that nearly claimed her life just 10 months before, Donna rescues the half dead animal, starts a huge fundraising campaign, fights for, and eventually accepts her as family. Together they learn to heal, love, and forgive as they lead a historic effort to seek justice and protection, not only for Susie, but all animals.
This movie stars Emmanuelle Vaguer (40 Days and 40 Nights), Burgess Jenkins (Remember the Titans) and Andrea Powell (Ender's Game, Twilight, Breaking Dawn Saga: Part 2) Susie's Hope is an incredible story of love, loss, and redemption.


  
About Susie

Susie was found nearly dead in Greenfield Park in Greensboro, North Carolina on August 20, 2009. While still a puppy, Susie had licked the face of her owner's newborn baby. Her owner became violent - She was beaten so severely her jaw was broken. She was then set on fire and left for dead. Incredibly and against all odds Susie survived. Donna Lawrence adopted her two months later. Susie is now a trained therapy dog and event won the American Humane Association's American Hero Dog this year.

We watched this book as a family. Even Captain watched most of it. I think it does a great job of capturing the horror of this story without being overly graphic. The kids found it very interesting, sad, and inspiring all at the same time.

If you are interested in watching the movie and getting to know Susie better, you will be happy to know that I have a copy to giveaway! Watch the trailer below.




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Friday, December 5, 2014

5 on the Fifth!





5 on the Fifth


I really can't believe we are now to December 5th! However I really do like to share some of the cool blog posts I have found over the last month.

1. Is a really cool way to record a USA state unit study.  Marine Corps Nomads has this really cool printable passport with stamps to use when studying the individual States.

Printable State Study Passport

2. Today it has been raining ALL day. This idea from Artistic Junkie for rainy day activities would have been awesome!


3.  My third blog post another Christmas craft that I have been meaning to do with the kids. From the blog Gift of Curiosity

Crystallized snowflakes - these beautiful snowflakes make a great winter craft AND they double as a science demonstration || Gift of Curiosity 

4.  OK I can't help but share this from Fun at Home With Kids. It's a Magic Foaming Snowman... What's not to love.

{New Recipe} Foaming Dough you can use to make Magic Foaming Snowmen that "melt" into an icy puddle of frothy foam!  From Fun at Home with Kids

5. Captain America has just started his piano journey. I found this over at Year Round Homeschooling I will be definitely be printing these off!

These {free} Flash Cards and Memory Game printables are a FUN way to help them learn and memorize music symbols, note names and key signatures!!


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1st Day December 2014

I can't believe its December already.

I just realized this post was still sat in my draft folder... hum...well better late than never right!





Thursday, December 4, 2014

Love Without End - Robin Lee Hatcher - Review

I love to read period books, but Love Without End - Robin Lee Hatcher caught my attention and I thought it sounded worth a read.

I was right I was immediately drawn into the story. I think it took me about 24 hours to read.

The main female in the story Kimberly Welch lost her husband to a heart attack. He had been hiding financial problems from here and he left her and her daughter penniless.

Chet Leonard is the other main character in the story. A few years ago Chet lost his teenage son in a car accident, then his wife walked out him and his two other sons.

Chet breeds horses, and Kimberley's daughter was just given a bit of a wild horse. She has always loved horses but has no experience with them at all. If you can imagine the loss of a father coupled with the loss of everything you are used to, and being a teenager all rolled into one. You can start to imagine the situation that Kimberley was dealing with. However with no money it seemed impossible. Chet saved the day, and saved Kimberley from embarrassment when he suggested that her daughter work at the ranch to pay for lessons and board.

The story is one of love and understanding. When Anna returns to the ranch after a few decades her story is woven into the story too.

This is a story of hope and courage and a reminder that new beginnings are possible. When Anna's story is told in flashbacks, it was amazing how they choices we make affect others. By taking the time to help others - more than one life can be saved.


About the author: Best-selling novelistRobin Lee Hatcher is known for her heart-warming and emotionally charged stories of faith, courage, andlove. The winner of the Christy Award for Excellence in Christian Fiction, the RITA Award for Best Inspirational Romance, two RT Career Achievement Awards, and the RWA Lifetime Achievement Award, Robin is the author of over sixty novels.

Don't forget to enter the giveaway click the link below -

Robin Lee Hatchers Love Without End


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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Lumo Project - Review - FOUR GOSPELS. FOUR FILMS. ONE JESUS STORY. FOR EVERYONE.

FOUR GOSPELS. FOUR FILMS. ONE JESUS STORY. FOR EVERYONE.

I recently had the opportunity to watch a really unique project. The Lumo Project taken straight from The Gospel of John.


A ground breaking, multi-language biblical film resource transforming the way we discover, study and engage with the life of Jesus through the four New Testament Gospels.
The Lumo Project is a ground breaking, multi-language biblical film resource transforming the way we discover, study and engage with the life of Jesus through the four New Testament Gospels: redefining the standard of visual Biblical media. The Lumo Project presents four films – one for each Gospel account – that will revolutionize the way we all experience the story of Jesus and the world of First Century Palestine in which he lived.
I was able to choice between NIV, King James Version, or a Spanish version. I chose King James Version.  
This full-length feature film about the life of Jesus takes the actual Gospel text as its script, word for word, unedited. It took five years to make the movie. The production has been critically acclaimed by leading religious scholars as a unique and highly authentic telling of the story of Jesus. The movie is narrated by leading British actor David Harewood (‘Homeland’, ‘Blood Diamond’, ‘Merchant of Venice’).

The scenery and sets of the movie were awesome. The sets were specially constructed and there are lots of authentic villages and countryside of rural Morocco, it definitely transports you to first century Palestine. 



My kids were not overly keen on the 'narration' format. They said they would have preferred to watch it as a regular movie. However the narration makes sure the movie sticks very close to the bible format.

Check out the project on social media by the following links or by searching for #JohnOnNetflix





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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Katie's London Christmas - Book Review

I was sent a copy of Katie's London Christmas  ($16.99)to read with Captain America.


It is written by James Mayhew is a children's author and illustrator whose books include on of our favorites 'Can You See a Little Bear?' In 1994 he received the New York Times Award for one of the best illustrated books of the year for 'The Boy and the Cloth of Dreams'.

Hubby read this Captain America first, he comment to me afterwards was that he loved all of the London sights as he was reading. Of course hubby and I are from England so this book with definitely have a place close to our hearts.

The book starts out with Katie and her brother sleeping at Grandma's house on Christmas Eve. They are awakened by a sneeze and go downstairs to investigate. They walk in the living room to find Father Christmas putting presents under their Christmas Tree. They realize Father Christmas had a cold and offer to help. Father Christmas accepts their offer and they go of on his sleigh. This is the only part that wobbled me a little about the story, so I did explain to Captain that he is to never leave the house with strangers, especially if Mom or Dad doesn't know. Boo heard me and piped up "Yes, even if he looks like Father Christmas!"

Anyway back to the story, Katie and her brother have a great time looking at all the popular tourist sites in London, from Santa's sleigh. They help deliver presents and even end up meeting the corgi's in Buckingham Palace.

After all their adventures they can barely wake up Christmas morning - What surprise do you think Father Christmas left under their Christmas tree - You will have to read it to find out.



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Friday, November 28, 2014

Random Five Friday - November 29th 2014

Happy Thanksgiving!!!

1. I had a great Thanksgiving. Last year it was just the five of us. This year although we weren't all together there was at least a few more of us gathered at my parents house.

2. Captain America had his first piano lesson last week and has been doing really well practicing his musical alphabet. He has it down now and really looking forward to his next lesson!

3. We have finished the changes in the basement and the kids new school area is back up and running. I will do a post on it soon. However, it is great to have our space back upstairs. We now have a reading/piano room. It's so nice Captain America keeps his library books in a basket next to the chair. He can often be found curled up on the chair.

4. My husband loves hot turkey sandwiches. In fact I think he likes them almost as much as Thanksgiving dinner.

5. The weather was amazing today. Hubby took the chance to put up our outside Christmas lights. We always put up our tree the first Monday in December. The kids are really excited because the first Monday is also December 1st. Then Christmas can start!

I normally link up with The Pebble Pond but her link isn't up yet so hopefully it will be up soon!



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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Swim Goggles - GogglX Review

We have been swimming for about 18 months and this we winter starting competing in USA Swimming events. The kids love it and for all three of them it's great exercise. All three kids swim four days a week. Jam and Boo of course swim a lot more than Captain America who is the youngest on the swim team (and has a lot of cute factor).

We always love to try new things and so when I was given the chance to try a new line of goggles I thought it sounded a good opportunity. So we were sent a pair of GoggIX $19.22 (free shipping with Amazon Prime).

When we started swimming we had a certain brand recommended to us and we have been happy with them. However, we recently tried a new kind of goggles for Captain American because of his prescription needs. But we are always willing to try new things.

Jam shouted the loudest and asked him he could try them out at swim practice. It worked out really well as it was time trials last night. Once a month the kids run through all of their races as if they are in a swim meet so the coaches can check their times and see them in race form.

Jam suited up as normal except with his new swimming goggles by GogglX on.


Jam thought the goggles were great. They didn't leak through the whole workout. They were comfortable and he loved the mirrored design. He has decided that they are going to be his go-to goggles for the foreseeable future.

These goggles have great anti-fog technology and the 100% highest grade UV protection cut lenses for maximum eye protection - which will be awesome when our summer outdoor swim season starts. The silicone head strap was really comfortable and easily adjustable. The goggles came with 3 nose pieces. They were sent with the middle size and they fitted him perfectly. However there is a large and small too and they looked really easy to change. So the same goggles should work for adults, kids and youth. The goggles case is awesome too. Jam was really impressed. They also come with a 100% money back guarantee.

This is what the website says about the product;

  • ★ REVOLUTIONIZE GogglX Swimming Goggles have high density polycarbonate lenses which provide strong endurance. Gaskets are made from selected quality elastomer/foam cushion to offer best fitting.
  • ★ SOPHISTICATED STYLE This professional Goggle come with super anti-fog coating on inner lenses and has 100% UV cut lenses for maximum eye protection and it's even great for Fog Swimming! The streamlined frame and stylish bands come in four colors: blue, pink, black/white, and black/silver. Silicone Materials + High Density Polycarbonate Lenses Which Provide Strong Endurance.
  • ★ EASY TO ADJUST HEAD STRAP This swim glass can be adjusted according to the size and shape of your face to make you feel comfortable while swimming.
  • ★ COMES WITH 3 INTERCHANGEABLE NOSE PIECES - Small, Medium, & Large (We put medium on the item) This will ensure best fit on your nose. Whether you are a Beginner or a PRO, you will get the best fit with GogglX Swimming Goggles!
  • ★ THERE IS NO RISK WHATSOEVER WITH OUR 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply let us know and you'll get a NO-HASSLE REFUND!
Jam was really impressed with these goggles he says he is going to where them at his next swim meet, and if he's happy I'm happy.




I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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Blue Orange Games - Giveaway - Hosted by The Old Schoolhouse

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The Old Schoolhouse is hosting a cool giveaway and I agreed to share it with all of you today. The company Blue Orange Games is giving away some really cool Disney games. As you can see in the above picture there are some really good one's there. Toy Story is a favorite in my house and I know a lot of little girls that LOVE frozen. These will be a huge hit on Christmas morning in one lucky winners house!

There are also some really cool free apps that you can find on the link. However they are all from the apple store and I have android so I wanted to share some free android apps. A friend of mine introduced me Frozen Free Fall, for those of you that like Candy Crush she tells me its a lot better - I haven't had chance to try it yet! I know Captain America will like it.

 Disney Hidden Worlds      Frozen Free Fall

Click here to enter the giveaway - GOOD LUCK!!!

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Sunday, November 23, 2014

I can Read - Adventure Bible - God's Great Creation - Review

We have been homeschooling for about three years. When my older two children learned to read they were in public school and so I helped but never had to teach them all by myself. Captain America however has been all me, having never gone to public school at all (in fact this year would have seen him in Kindergarten) the buck stops here, so to speak.

I have been collecting level one and two readers. So when I was offered a copy of I Can Read - God's Great Creation. Although this book is a level two, Captain America did an excellent job reading it. I only had to assist him with the hard words.


This books tells the story of the creation. It goes through all the days of creation and ends up with Adam and Eve eating the forbidden fruit and being cast out from the Garden of Eden.

Captain America really enjoyed the story, it's told in quite simplistic vocabulary, which is suitable for level 2. There are a couple of parts in the story that don't quite fit in with my King James bible translation, but that was easy enough to discuss.

All in all Captain America liked it and gave it two thumbs up!

 


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The Imagination Station #15 Surprise at Yorktown Review


We recently received a copy of Surprise at Yorktown by The Imagination Station. Captain America was really excited to see another on of these books. He really loved the other one we read in the series. I like that they combined a children adventure book with historical facts and information. This time the cousins Beth and Patrick go on an adventure to help George Washington. This couldn't have come at a more perfect time. Captain America is starting to memorize a poem about George Washington. He loves it when he can learn about the same subject in different ways, and a story book is perfect. 

Captain America loves that the characters travel through time and help out where ever needed. This little book is full of adventure and excitement.

Definitely got two thumbs up at our house!

Although I read this to Captain America this time round, it will have a place on our bookcase because I will definitely encourage him to read it again by himself in a year or two.





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Friday, November 21, 2014

Random Five November 21 2014

It's been a great week. I can't believe it's Thanksgiving next week.

1. Boo turned 12. In our church that means she moves up from the primary (children) to the youth (12-18 year old) It's a big step for her and she's very excited. The girls came around the night before her birthday and put balloons all over our front door.

2. I think I have Christmas organized. Shhhh don't tell the kids.

3. The Review Crew is all over for another year. I have a couple of book reviews that I need to post other than that I am think I am in withdrawals. Roll on December 1st!

4. We normally take the kids out for dinner on their birthday. This year Boo asked if we could take her to the movies instead. I thought that was a great idea - so tonight we are off to the movies! I didn't tell her it actually saves us money. Since I was going to suggest a date night with the hubby to see the same movie.

5. I am sat watching A Knight's Tale I think besides The Princess Bride it is my favorite movie.

The Pebble Pond

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iTooch 5th Grade Math Giveaway!

With more than 3575 activities, iTooch 5th Grade Math is a fun way of practicing and learning Math for fifth graders.



Used by more than 2,000,000 users, iTooch apps provide comprehensive learning solutions which help parents, teachers and students to identify and address learning needs in a fun and motivating way. 

Unique features:
  • A clear, simple and engaging interface so that children learn with fun
  • Speech synthesis option to help users in reading and text comprehension
  • Multi-player managment
  • An embedded scientific calculator
  • A virtual blackboard
  • A lesson summary attached to each chapter
  • In-app feedback to send suggestions to the author
  • Font size adjustment to suit everyone's needs


iTooch Giveaway! 
8 readers will win a full 5th Grade Math App ($5.99)




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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Fire Up the Romance this Holiday with @RobinLeeHatcher’s “Love Without End” Kindle Fire Giveaway!

Fire up the romance this holiday with Robin Lee Hatcher's latest offering in the King's Meadow Romance series, Love Without EndFor two single parents with bruised hearts, it’ll take more than a little courage to get back on the horse when it comes to love.

Celebrate love rising from the ashes of tragedy with Robin by entering her Kindle Fire giveaway.
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One grand prize winner will receive:
  • A Kindle Fire
  • Love Without End and the rest of the King's Meadow Romance series from Robin Lee Hatcher
Enter today by clicking the icon below. But hurry, the giveaway ends on December 14th. Winner will be announced December 15th on Robin's blog.
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Field Trip Friday

For some reason this didn't post Friday... We had a fun field trip today. We joined our local zoo. It's a lot smaller than our las...