Thursday, March 15, 2018

NatureGlo's eScience REVIEW

MathArt Online

Have you ever heard of the Fibonacci number sequence?  I had heard of it but didn't remember what it was.  I was excited to be able to participate in our next review for the MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle from NatureGlo's eScience.  Gloria Brooks is the creator and teacher of her online, partly Charlotte Mason-based, curriculum.  She incorporates several subjects into her teachings (unit study approach) with lots of hands-on and interactive activities.  She holds a bachelor's degree in K-12 education and has a real passion for the subject matter in her teaching.  The basis of the classes are general and there is no Creation or Evolution specific teachings (just not mentioned at all in her lessons).

Sample page from Intro Lesson

Another sample page from Intro Lesson

I was given access to her online 4-Class Bundle for one year.  Each class is divided into 6 weeks (one lesson per week).  They all follow pretty much the same schedule.  Basically, you have links to a copy of the PDF slideshow of the lesson, the study guide, lap book pages (for some, not all lessons), and any other necessary supplements needed for the class.

Slideshow PDF printable of lesson
PDF printable study guide with answer key
Each class has access to the video lessons (usually broken down into 2 or more short, 3-12 minute--sometimes longer, videos per lesson).  The lessons are recorded versions of the live class.  I did not participate in any live classes.  We liked that we could go at our own pace if necessary.  On the right side of each lesson page is the overview of what comes next in the class.  As you progress through the lesson the individual tasks are crossed off as you mark them as completed (you can always go back and unmark them as completed if necessary).  Each lesson can be simple or very complex.  She has offered links to SO MANY extra research and activity topics you could easily spend 2 weeks on a lesson if you really dug deep.  I also like that you can't skip ahead but have to complete the lessons in order to progress (I have one that likes to jump around a lot).

Dashboard showing your courses
Sample of completed lessons

Sample of lesson page with downloadable files and lesson progress on the right

I can't stress enough that there are SO MANY things to learn, follow and research while going through this study.  She has links to other resources, online activities (I like the quizlet games that test your knowledge on what was just covered) and other videos. Like I mentioned before, you could easily spend 2 weeks on a lesson if you really wanted to dig in deep.  We have kept it light and just cover one a week.  The extra activities really give the kids a good hands-on real-life experience with the subject matter.

Cookie activity from Lesson 3 (screenshot from lesson)

We chose to first study Math Connections with the Real World. The six lessons included in this study are:
  • Introduction & History of the Golden Ratio and the Fibonacci Numbers
  • The Golden Number & Fibonacci in Art, Architecture, and Nature
  • The Fibonacci Numbers in Nature
  • The History & the Golden Ratio of the Great Pyramid
  • Phi & Quasicrystals
  • The Mathematics of Music
We are currently in the last lesson.  I have so enjoyed that we have covered art, math, history, language arts and science in these lessons.  I have really enjoyed the history part.  I keep saying I.  What about the kiddos.  Well, they have not enjoyed this so much.  We got into the first lesson and I lost them.  I have artsy kids and they just don't get into this math/history stuff (even with the extra activities--bad attitude).  They REALLY don't like language arts.  Well, ya still gotta learn!  I agree with them that the videos can be a little annoying since they incorporate the live class which has a lot of delays due to dialogue and kids trying to mark up the pages as asked.  No problem though, just use the printable PDF slide show and you are good to go.

The course is recommended for ages 10 and up.  I feel that unless a child is really math oriented and a go-getter they might not find a lot of interest in this material.  If you can get them going on the activities I think that would peak their interest.  For my 8th grader, I think he would do much better on this in a year or two and use as high school credit and go deeper into each lesson.

This wasn't a good fit for my kiddos but as I stated, I have really enjoyed the subject and all the research that went into creating this study.  I peeked at the other classes and I will definitely be at least going over them with my bundles of joy, LOL.  There is just a lot of good information that gives them a practical life application on how math and science work in our world.

The other three classes are as follows with their included lessons:

MathArt in Ancient Cultures
  • Ancient Babylonians & the Plimpton 322
  • Ancient Greek Math & the Platonic Solids
  • Pythagoras & the Music of the Spheres
  • Ancient India's MathArt: Rangoli, Mandalas, & the Story of 1-9 & 0
  • Zellige Moroccan Tiles & Other Tessellations
  • Maya MathArt
MathArt in the Arts & Sciences
  • Main Lesson Downloads & Videos with NatureGlo (Great Artists, History/Literature Connection Dante, How to do One-Point Perspective)
  • Australian Aboriginal MathArt
  • Celtic MathArt
  • Introduction to Patterns in Nature
  • Fractals in Nature & Technology Part I
  • Fractals in Nature & Technology Part II
 MathArt Patterns in Nature
  • Patterns in Nature: Circular Patterns
  • Patterns in Nature: Animal Coat Patterns
  • The Geometrics of the Universe
  • Patterns in Nature: The Hexagon
  • Logarithmic Beauty of the Chambered Nautilus Part I
  • Logarithmic Beauty of the Chambered Nautilus Part II
All in all, I would still recommend the MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle.  If money is an issue then you have the option for payments or to just purchase one or more of the units individually (you, of course, get a discount for the whole bundle plus if paid in one lump sum).  She does have a refund policy so check it out and decide what is best for you.  I think you would really enjoy this fascinating subject and how math and science are just woven into the world around us.  She also has other classes available in addition to what is available in the bundle.

You can connect with NatureGlo's eScience on FACEBOOK, TWITTER, PINTEREST, GOOGLE+, and YOUTUBE.

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MathArt Online 4-Class Bundle {NatureGlo's eScience Reviews}
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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Parenting Made Practical REVIEW

Dating and Courtship can be a controversial topic, but I was more than happy to be able to take a peek at Dating, Courting & Choosing a Mate . . . What Works? by Parenting Made Practical.  I was so happy that it was biblically based and really what I needed at this time in my child's life.  I received the DVD teaching and the accompanying workbook.

There are always so many questions surrounding dating and courtship.  I was introduced to the courtship model many years ago and have wished it for my children.  However, like the DVD teaching states, what exactly does that mean?  What exactly is courting and what should it look like?  The DVD has two sessions on it. Session 1 is Developing Your Dating Philosophy and it runs 50 minutes.  Session 2 is How to Make It Work and it runs 58 minutes.  I was unable to watch the DVD on my laptop (mine's pretty old) but it ran just fine in the DVD player.

parenting made practical

The DVD is recommended for parents of children ages 9 and up.  Joey and Carla believe that parents should be prepared to train their children as early as 4th and 5th grade to navigate the field of relationships.  I know we often don't want to think about it that early, but our kids do.  At that age they are hardly mature enough to make sound decisions in the area of relationships.

In Session 1 the Links have some very interesting, and I feel sound, advice in the area of relationships.  They define what they feel the courtship model is and why it is flawed.  I have heard many versions of courtship so I think the way they define it is one way and based on that they suggest an interesting model of dating based on biblical principles that take into account 4 areas.  The 4 areas they discuss include mental, physical, spiritual, and social aspects of relationships.  They define and compare the difference between Cultural and Courtship Dating.  Their model shows how they are both out of balance and show a new perspective of balance in Friendship Dating.

Joey and Carla also discuss the 4 levels of relationships that lead to marriage.  These 4 levels include Potential, Possible, Probable, and Proposal. Each level includes each of the 4 areas of relationship and the depth of the relationship increases as your child and potential mate move through the 4 levels.  Of course, if things seem incompatible in the beginning it never progresses past the first level.  I also like how they stress that the plan is initiated by the couple rather than being dictated by the parents.  They explain very well that if you have an open, trusting relationship with your child that they will have the skills you trained them with (possibly with the teachings from this DVD) to make wise, God-honoring decisions in their relationship plan.  Another plus is that they stress that each "plan" is unique and customized to the couple and their personalities.  No plans will really ever look alike since there are so many variables within each relationship.

In Session 2 they go into MUCH more detail on how the model works.  They look at each of the four areas (mental, physical, spiritual, and  social) and discuss:
  • Goals
  • What Can Parents Do?
  • Suggestions for each of the four levels
    • Potential
    • Possible
    • Probable
    • Proposal
There is a lot of information in this session. They also discuss:
  • How Teens/Young Adults Know They are Attracted to Someone Enough to Date Him/Her
  • How Far Is Too Far?
  • How do you know when your young adult is ready to start a Friendship Dating Relationship?
  • How to Implement This Teaching
  • Why Do We Call this Friendship Dating?
The accompanying workbook follows both sessions of the DVD and has fill-in-the-blanks as you follow along.  There were a couple of discrepancies where the workbook did not match the DVD (omissions and a couple of typos) but all in all, it was very helpful and nice to have in writing to refer to and study.  There are also suggested books in each area for further research and reading.  Testimonies are also included at the end of the workbook.

I personally would recommend Dating, Courting & Choosing a Mate . . . What Works?  Especially if you are already sold on the courtship model.  I really appreciate the scripture references throughout the teaching.  If you are even questioning how you are going to navigate dating and relationships with your children this is a very sound and informative option to consider.

I really like Joey and Carla's philosophy and I am interested in checking out more of their products.  Two others I would like to check out that the Crew is also reviewing are Taming the Lecture Bug and Getting Your Kids to Think and Why Can't I Get My Kids to Behave?

You can connect with Parenting Made Practical on FACEBOOK, TWITTER, and PINTEREST.

Be sure to stop by and check out the other reviews on this product and several of their other products that the Crew had the opportunity to review.

Parenting Made Practical {Reviews}
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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Garden Time

It seemed like winter would never end, but then, all of a sudden, here it is. . . spring is just around the corner!  The daffodils are blooming and the rhubarb is up.  The garden is still not ready for planting because we once again failed to prep it last fall.  Someday.  Someday it will get done in the fall the way it's supposed to.  But for now, we have prep to do.

Also, it doesn't help that our beds are falling apart and need to be redone.  We bought a new composite bed kit that is shaping up to be pretty nice.  It will take care of replacing about 7 beds once we buy a couple of extra boards and fittings.  It looks really nice so far.  We decided to join more beds together to limit aisle space that just seems to get weeded over no matter what we do.  We now have a 4' X 16' bed instead of three 4' X 5' beds.

Our garden has progressed and morphed from just tilled ground to mounded rows to square foot garden beds.  I think our most successful garden was when we did the mounds with ditches in between for rows, but I really do like the square foot gardens best and they have proven to be the most weed free.  It's so nice that when the beds are properly prepped that you get nice naturally tilled ground that is ready to plant in the spring.

Should already have some plants in the ground, but hopefully soon.  How's your garden prep and planting coming along?

Thursday, March 8, 2018

CursiveLogic REVIEW

Cursive Logic New Edition

My 8th-grade son is slightly dyslexic and severely dysgraphic.  I was very excited to have the chance to review the CursiveLogic Quick-Start Pack and the Art of Cursive adult coloring book by CursiveLogic.  I received the Quick-Start Pack (which includes the workbook and 1-year access to the 48 minute webinar that teaches the technique and why it works), and the adult coloring book. You will need a free Vimeo account (if you don't already have one) to view the webinar.

My son has known how to write cursive since the 4th grade but his handwriting has always been less than desirable in print or cursive.  He has still never mastered spacing his letters and writing is so difficult for him.  We have done copy work since the 2nd grade but still, writing just doesn't come easily for him.  He has always had an excellent pencil grip but the connection from his brain to his fingers just doesn't flow.

sample of printed work before this program
Sample after working on the program for several weeks
(better spacing too!)
The CursiveLogic Quick-Start Pack uses a technique that is unique and pretty effective.  It is a shape-based approach that uses four letter strings that share a common shape.  It uses a multisensory approach that uses color, movement, verbal, and auditory tools (it appeals to all learning styles).  The technique just makes sense to the students.  They learn how the letters flow and their brain is being trained the whole time without redundancy.  It effectively eliminates boredom which can happen with standard techniques that ask them to write the same letters over and over again.

Cursive Logic Sample Page 
2nd day on the program
The product is geared toward 8-year-olds but can easily work with younger children and even on up to adults.  There are posters you can purchase that are large and can easily be used with the younger crowd for tracing practice with a larger object.  The Art of Cursive adult coloring book works well for practice for older adults but is not intended to actually teach cursive writing to younger students.  It is geared for adults (to learn cursive or practice) and has the abbreviated version of the system at the beginning of the book.  I enjoyed coloring one of the pages and my son is also really excited about it.  He loves art and it is the perfect exercise for him to practice what he is learning with this program.

The Art of Cursive Logic
There are 10 lessons in the CursiveLogic workbook that have daily exercises so it is meant to be completed in 10 weeks.  Of course, the pace you use depends on your student and their grasp of the material.  Older kids can generally get through the lessons faster but in our case, we are sticking with the standard pace so as not to overwhelm his brain (it really does take a lot out of him to write and form the letters neatly).  Lessons 1-4 deal with learning the technique and the lowercase letters and Lessons 5-10 deal with uppercase letters.  Did you know that about 95% of the writing you do is done with lowercase letters?  I thought that was interesting and something I just never thought about before.

page I completed from Art of Cursive coloring book

work in progress in Art of Cursive book

project almost completed from Art of Cursive book

At this point, my son is enjoying the program and that is a big plus.  We have not completed the whole book as he is going through it slowly.  If you were to see what it takes for him to write you would understand.  I am excited that I do see progress and based on his newest handwriting sample above, I'd say it's working for him!

I also like how the book is spiral bound so that half the lessons are done using one side and then you flip the book over to write on the backside of the pages for the rest of the lessons.  It is made so that either left or right handed writers do not have any trouble or impediments to writing (no spiral or binding in the way of their hands or arms as they are trying to write).  As we have worked through the book I thought how awesome it would be to have the technique on write on wipe off pages and guess what?  Those pages are included in the back of the book!  What a great idea.

This program has been very well thought out and is very user-friendly.  Access to the 48-minute webinar is wonderful for giving you a grasp of what it is all about and the idea behind the technique.  You need a free Vimeo account to view it (If you don't already have one it takes you to the screen where you can easily sign up for a free account).  It walks you through the first lesson (1 week worth of work) and then explains how the book works and the flow of the rest of the lessons.  There are also some very interesting facts on how it works with your brain and why the technique is so effective.  I thought it was a very helpful and informative webinar and was grateful for the extra information.  

We give the CursiveLogic Quick-Start Pack and the Art of Cursive adult coloring book two thumbs up.  I plan to also use this for my K5 daughter when she is ready  (I could use it with her now for early training, but we are working on some other skills right now).

To add to my excitement I have also been given the opportunity to offer my readers a special discount on the Quick-Start Pack until March 31.  Use the coupon code CREW2018 to receive a 20% discount on your purchase before the expiration date.

Cursive Logic New Edition March 2018 Discount

You can connect with CursiveLogic on FACEBOOK.

Be sure to also check out the other reviews of this curriculum below.  As always, thanks for your time and may your day be blessed!

The Art of Cursive & Quick Start Cursive {Cursive Logic Reviews}
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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Wacky Wednesday ~The Ash Debacle

Um, yeah.  What can happen when 5 yr old decides to "cook" in her kitchen with ashes from the fireplace ash bucket.  Evidently a BIG MESS!  I have NO IDEA what caused her to do this.  She has never written on any walls or furniture or any other wacky thing.  But this.  She decided for some reason to play in the ash bucket.  It was a mess.  A horrid mess.  This too shall pass, right?  After clogging up the vacuum cleaner with the fine dust and using a second vacuum to clean that mess, I finally got it cleaned up.

It was everywhere and I still not only wonder why she did it but why was it EVERYWHERE??  One of those times you wish you had a surveillance camera on for sure!

What crazy things have you caught your kids doing?  Were you able to restore order in your situation?

My idea of regular posts 3 days a week is probably not gonna continue.  I think it ends up being too much with that plus my reviews so I think I will just do at least one regular post a week (perhaps on Fabulous Fridays) or maybe rotate them so just one a week posts.  Hoping the rest of your week is blessed.

Magic Stix REVIEW

The Pencil Grip, Inc.
We love getting to review products from The Pencil Grip, Inc.  Our newest product we tried was their Magic Stix Washable Markers.  These markers are phenomenal!  They claim that they won't dry out for 7 days with the cap off.  Well, drum roll please . . . they're right!  I'm not sure how many days it would take for them to dry out (I put the cap back on because I didn't want to lose any of the colors). They are washable and non-toxic.

Both my kids love to draw and do art projects so it was an easy yes to agree to review this product.  We have loved all the products that we have reviewed for this company.  We really liked the large variety of colors.  We received a 24 pack that came in the very nice plastic container (if you need a smaller set they do come in a 12 pack).  It latches well and has a handle to carry them around.  The markers snap into place in the container so they don't get all messed up or jostled around.  This is a really nice set.  It is very interesting that the caps are "vented" and I did notice that there is no odor which is VERY nice.

Being washable markers I did not expect them to be difficult to wash off of my table when you know the little almost always goes off her paper at some point.  LOL.  Well, I tested a mark (the older child had already ruined my table with a sharpie marker so it didn't bother me to add another mark).  Well, the Magic Stix Washable Marker did NOT wash off my table (the mark is still there after many washings, although it has faded some).

We also tried using them on a wooden ornament figure and found out that the color bleeds together and doesn't work so well.  I assume the bleeding is due to the nature of these that keep them from drying out.  I don't recommend using these on anything porous (other than paper products) or even slick for that matter. The best medium seems to be paper, cardstock, or cardboard.  I noticed that the color on the wooden ornament rubbed off onto my fingers even after drying for several hours.

wooden ornament with color bleed

I had recently ordered a kit that allows you to draw a picture and then send it off to be made into a plate, or cup or any of several other items the company has available.  The kids used their markers to color their templates.  We haven't sent them off yet so I will update this post at a later date with the finished products.  The colors are nice and vivid and my K5 daughter was just so excited at all the colors!

K5 daughter's fairy princesses (name smudged out)

8th grade son just used a plain template
(I was hoping he would create one of his masterpieces, but not this time)

Lovely, vivid colors that are thin enough to write with

All things considered, we absolutely loved these markers.  I REALLY like that they don't dry out and the assortment of colors is wonderful.  The kids really enjoyed using them and I also like the latchable container that keeps them neat and safe from being scattered everywhere.  There is no cardboard box that gets destroyed and then markers end up everywhere.  If you are in the market for some new markers we highly recommend Magic Stix Washable Markers.

The Pencil Grip, Inc.

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You can also check out some of their other products on my Thin Stix Creativity Pack Review, Thin Stix 6 pk of Classic Colors Review, and Pencil Grip and Safety Scissors Review.

Please also be sure to stop by and check out the other reviews on the Magic Stix by my fellow Review Crew members.

Magic Stix Washable Markers {The Pencil Grip, Inc. Reviews}

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Monday, March 5, 2018

Marvelous Monday ~ Birds of a Feather

You know the saying, "Birds of a feather flock together?"  Well, they do!  I have often been amazed at so many of the sayings we know of course exist because, at some point, they are generally true!  I have often been tickled when I see groups of my flock hanging out together.

My 3 black Marans hang together and often used to hang with my 2 black Australorps before I moved them.  My 3 Silver-laced Wyandottes stick together too.  I also have a group of Buff Orpingtons and Speckled Sussexes.  The Speckled Sussexes were raised with 1 Buff and 1 ISA Brown.  At first, they all hung together but now as they have matured the Buff has migrated to her "own peeps" and the poor ISA is pretty much a loner.  I personally find this fascinating (not my poor sweetie being alone, but them flocking together) and never seem to be amazed at the awesomeness of God's creation.  Does your flock have strange behaviors you find interesting?

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Drive Thru History Adventures REVIEW

Drive Thru History Adventures

I have always wanted to try out Drive Thru History with Dave Stotts and was so excited to have the opportunity to review the Drive Thru History digital online subscription from Drive Thru History Adventures.  The one-year subscription includes free access to Adventures TV which is where the streaming videos can be viewed (and downloaded for offline viewing when using the app).  The program has a free downloadable app from either iOS app store or Google Play.  The app allows you to access Adventures TV from your mobile device (phone or tablet).  With Adventures TV you have direct link access to all the videos available organized by topic.

Drive Thru History Adventures

Once you purchase your subscription you can log in to your account and begin immersing yourself in the curriculum.  Your subscription gains you access to everything available.  Currently, there are three curriculums that include:
  • Bible History Adventures (Life of Jesus and the Gospels)
  • American History Adventures (Early American History)
  • Ancient History Adventures (Early Greece, Rome, and Asia Minor)

Drive Thru History Adventures

Both Bible History and American History Adventures videos include closed captioning.  They have been in the process of updating the curriculum so closed captioning for Ancient History should be completed soon. The curriculum is geared toward ages 12 and above but younger students can certainly still enjoy watching the videos.  The expert articles and extra reading materials are perfect for high school students who can also be assigned more research work.

The Drive Thru History Adventures app on an iPad mini

In addition to the main curriculums, there are a plethora of resources available to supplement the curriculums.  The additional resources include Articles, Expert Papers, Suggested Readings (none currently for Bible Adventures), Worksheets, Answer Guides, Welcome and Getting Started videos, Behind the Scenes, Side Roads (additional videos of interest including history on some holidays), and Dig Deeper (more articles and short video clips on Adventures TV).  The videos are all available on Adventures TV.  There is also a closed group Facebook Community that you can join once you are a member and it is a great source of communication and ability to connect with others.  It also keeps you up to date on updates to the website and new material.  It's where I found out about a new exciting curriculum to be released sometime in May!

Facebook closed group

Additional historical videos

Drive Thru History Adventures

I have been using this with my 7th and 8th grader but my K5 daughter really likes Dave too!  She totally recognizes the intro audio when she hears it and gets excited. I knew I wanted to use the study guide and hopefully dig deeper with the articles and expert papers available.  We chose to start with Bible History Adventures first which covers the life of Jesus and the four Gospels.  So far we have been successfully watching the videos (which are approximately 27-30 minutes long each) and working on the study guide together.  Neither of them is a great reader (don't enjoy reading) so the articles available aren't getting much use right now but I can't wait to get into them in my free time. The study guides are short, just 4-5 questions on 1 sheet of paper (front and back).  We are currently in week 5.  We plan to continue to use the program completing at least one lesson (episode) per week.  There are a total of 18 episodes.  Both American and Ancient History have 12 episodes each.


Worksheet Answer Guide

I LOVE that a bible app is embedded right into the page for the lesson you are on!  On the desktop, when you click on a lesson, the lesson page opens up.  You see the video window and then below it a scripture. Following is the order of a typical lesson page:

  • a piece of art depicting something from the day's video
  • Summary of the day's lesson
  • another piece of art
  • embedded bible with two scripture verses for the day.  You can even change the bible version (there is a long list to choose from!)
  • another piece of art
  • Side Road (a paragraph ditty from something in the day's video)
  • Discussion Questions (these are also on the printable worksheet for the day noted below)
  • another piece of art
  • Worksheet and Discussion Questions (links to download the worksheet for the day and the answer key for it)
  • Dig Deeper (updates and articles related to the subject)
  • last is a link to go to the next adventure or go back to the dashboard
Embedded bible app

It's wonderful how he has everything you need for the lesson right there on the page.  Embedding the related readings and articles without having to go to the resources tab to look them up is wonderful.  I also like the included art that adds another aspect to being familiarized with historical art.  I definitely plan to revisit this next year and dig deeper into all the wonderful resources available.  Neither my 7th or 8th grader have the focus or patience for the extra work at this time.

I really like how Dave engages the viewer and keeps your interest going throughout the lesson.  The kids absolutely LOVED IT when Dave cooked BBQ pork on his engine while he drove around on his adventures. Traveling with Dave is such a fun virtual field trip.  It is exciting to see the actual places and get a better perspective on what things were like at the time things happened.  You not only get a history lesson but, as Dave states, learn a little "geography, archaeology, classic art, and a Christian Worldview."

We all really like Drive Thru History and give it a thumbs up.  I can't wait to see what is in store for the future in what improvements they plan to keep making.  There were just two cons that I found that were not game changers for me.  I didn't appreciate some of the art that was chosen in the videos (didn't quite seem to match with the story at times) and we couldn't understand why in one episode the male angels seemed to be depicted with very feminine features for some reason.  Also, I REALLY wish the app were available for Kindle (hopefully a future upgrade).

Drive Thru History Adventures

You can try the curriculum for FREE with their 7-day trial offer or purchase a monthly ($12.99/mth) or yearly ($124.99 annually) subscription. If you choose the annual subscription right now they are offering a FREE DVD set of "The Gospels" valued at $89.99!!  You can't beat that.  Or maybe you choose to take advantage of their other discount offer.  Drive Thru History Adventures is also offering 20% off for readers of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine (see page 17 for offer code).  You can connect with Drive Thru History Adventures on FACEBOOK, PINTEREST, and INSTAGRAM.

Please also check out the other reviews.

Drive Thru History Adventures - Subscription {Drive Thru History Adventures Reviews}
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