My children and I have never used study Bibles before, so I was so excited to get my hands on a copy of the Apologetics Study Bible for Students to review! While this is a product geared toward students, I tend to thoroughly check out books and such before I pass them onto the kids, so this review is from my perspective.
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Egypt is one of the most well-known places in the world. Much of the Bible’s history took place in or mentions Egypt. Want to teach your children about King Tut and Egypt? Look no further!
Students LOVE to learn about King Tut and Ancient Egypt! Download a FREE lesson for kids about Ancient Egypt and jump into King Tut’s history! The freebie has several activities included in this pack, including reading comprehension, math review, map skills, and timeline practice, so there are a multiple ways to use them.
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Got a book lover in the house? Here are some fun ways to celebrate National Book Lovers Day:
- Visit your local library: Dust off that library card and read your next favorite book for free.
- Reread classics: They’re well-loved for a reason.
- Go on a literary tour of your city and learn some local history along the way.
- Build or buy a new bookshelf to display all your favorite and well-loved books.
- Host or join a book club: A great way to discover new books and get together with friends.
- Visit a local independent bookstore for a fun dose of charm.
Are you ready for some back-to-school fun? Well, look no further! Check out these science experiments, science freebies, and science books that will make back-to-school fun for everyone.
Did you know that many parents opt to homeschool their children only through middle school? Why do you think parents wouldn’t want to homeschool their high school children? Probably because it seems like a daunting task, right? Our oldest is a freshman this year, so I’m right up there with the nervous crowd, but I know without a doubt that I am not alone in my fears. This is something that all homeschooling parents will face at some point. I was given the opportunity to review a book titled The Conversation from Classical Conversations. I’d say this was perfect timing!