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Here you will find all the reviews for the items we’ve used during each homeschool year. I do try to keep the Homeschool page up to date on where you can get the items we have used.

4th Grade     5th Grade     6th Grade
7th Grade     8th Grade     9th Grade
10th Grade     11th Grade     12th Grade

Baby & Preschool:



1st Grade:

2nd Grade:

3rd Grade:
  • 180 Days of Social Studies 3rd
  • All About Reading Level 4
  • All About Spelling Level 3
  • Beginning Word Roots
  • Building Blocks of Science 3
  • Critical and Creative 3
  • Daily 6-Trait Writing Grade 3
  • Disasters in History
  • Doodle Adventures
  • Dr. Bonyfide 1
  • Famous Figures of the Early Modern Era
  • Fit It Grammar
  • Gravitrax Starter Set
  • Horse Academy
  • Italic Handwriting Book D
  • Math-U-See Gamma
  • Mosdos Press Literature Opal Grade 3
  • Mystery Mosaics 2
  • Puzzleball Globe 180-PC
  • The Story of the World Volume 3 and Test
  • Typing Instructor for Kids
  • Wrap-Ups Multiplication
4th Grade:
  • Wrap-Ups Division
5th Grade:
  • Wrap-Ups Fractions


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