Crusaders for Christ (Catholic resource) – lots of printables

http://www.crusaders-for-christ.com/catholic-homeschool.html has put together a nice set of printable Catholic materials. You will find various kinds of handwriting practice pages in cursive and print using our wonderful Catholic prayers and facts. I especially enjoyed the two different ABC books: Saintly ABC’s – 81 pages for all the letters of the … Continue reading

Bethlehem Books offers affordable e-books

I am excited to share with you that Bethlehem Books offers affordable e-books: http://www.bethlehembooks.com/category/specific-interest/ebooks Over 70 titles, many are $2.95 each. What a great deal! And, to make it even better, they are offered in both .pub and Kindle with no DRM. It means you can easily put them on … Continue reading

Writing Can Help Series – downloadable!

http://www.emmanuelbooks.com/display_results.cfm/category/950//   Marie Picard developed a lovely handwriting series that has been available for many years in the Catholic homeschooling world.   Writing Can Help Series Learn Handwriting while nourishing the soul with Scripture from the Douay-Rheims Bible! Progresses from beginning manuscript to college rule cursive. Simple instructions included in … Continue reading

Fisher More Academy – formerly known as Regina Coeli Academy

I was very excited to read the news today: “I don’t know if you’ve heard of Fisher More Academy (formerly Regina Coeli Academy) – we are an online academy that provides curricula faithful to the intellectual, moral and spiritual traditions of the Roman Catholic Church. We recently became part of … Continue reading

Refresh! Catholic (virtual) Homeschool begins this Monday, February 4th

Don’t Forget! Refresh! Catholic (virtual) Homeschool begins this Monday, February 4th. Our lineup this week includes Erin Brown Conroy, an instructor with Homeschool Connections, presenting 2 webinars (Monday and Wednesday)- “Simplified Writing: What Every High School Student Needs to Know to Succeed” , and “Simplified Writing: What Every Middle School … Continue reading