Monday, November 17, 2014

The Old Schoolhouse Review Crew Blue Ribbon Awards 2014

2014 Blue Ribbon Awards
I can't believe another review crew year has come to an end. The kids and I have had a fantastic year and had the chance to review some awesome new curriculum and education aids.

Every year the crew votes on what our favorites are. So I wanted to share a couple of our favorite products and then send you over to look at the final results of the vote!

This was our 2nd year on the crew and I know we all felt a lot more comfortable. The products were amazing and of course the crew leadership were too. I can't wait to see what next year brings. However before then here's our favorites!

Our absolute favorite review this year believe it or not is a math curriculum CTC Math. I was given a subscription for all three of my kids. Although Jam at the beginning was a little dubious of trying it, he still raves about it today. All three kids love it, and you can read my review here.  Since using it I have had some friends sign up - and they like it too!

Jam loves ancient history and has continued to use Roman Roads Media. He will continue to use this for the rest of our school year. I loved how Jam took on the High School level course with such enthusiasm that it has ended up being one of our favorites this year! Here's a link to all the reviews, and here is the link to ours.

Of course we love audio books and all loved Under Drake's Flag and Jim Hodges Productions they were both awesome!

So check out all of the different categories and see all of the winners by clicking here! or on the link below!

2014 Blue Ribbon Awards

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