Geogebra – a great tool for algebra and pre-calculus

I am grateful to David Chandler from www.mathwithoutborders.com. We are using his videos for Foerster’s Pre-Calculus book (and they are a wonderful resource in beta development right now). He introduced several tools to assist in graphing; they are much easier to use than a graphic calculator and much more powerful. … Continue reading

Review: Twenty-Six Letters to Heaven

Twenty-Six Letters to Heaven: A Catholic Preschool Curriculum by Sarah V. Park published by Hillside Education. I received this book for doing work on www.hillsideeducation.com; what a great treasure I received. Throughout the 13 years I’ve been homeschooling, I’ve used various Catholic preschool resources. They have all been wonderful, but … Continue reading

Pillars of Catholicism – Online Crash Course (videos included) of our Catholic Faith

Pillars of Catholicism a crash course in the fundamentals of the Catholic Faith.   Marking the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council, Pope Benedict XVI has declared 2012-2013 “The Year of Faith.” In particular, the Holy Father is calling upon all Catholics to confront what he identifies as one … Continue reading

Review: Classically Catholic Memory

We were so excited to bring both Classically Catholic Memory and Catholic School House to the Atlanta Catholic Homeschool Conference this past April. We were able to see the materials of both of these fine programs. And, it is nice to have truly Catholic options instead of “Catholicizing” other programs. … Continue reading

Catholic Bloggers’ Clossal Share-a-Thon (&Giveaway)

I am so excited to be able to participate in a new endeavor – the Catholic Bloggers Network. Erika Drain and Monica McConkey from Arma Dei – Equipping Catholic Families have created a new resource for Catholic bloggers in response to the call of Pope Benedict XVI to “go forth … Continue reading