We all know it’s important to be ever-vigilant about what our kids are doing on the internet. And while we KNOW that, and KNOW that the best way to do that is to supervise every moment, in reality, that’s easier said than done.
As eclectic homeschoolers, we use the internet – a LOT. We’re busy, active people; we’re not always home at the same time. It just isn’t practical or realistic to think that every moment a kid needs to use the computer, an adult is going to be in . . . → Read More: Action Alert
I didn’t expect to like LanSchool Classroom Management Software.
I had lots of preconceived ideas about what it would (and wouldn’t do), and though some of the features (like the ability to create and implement tests) aren’t really practical for us, I was surprised and pleased to find that the software had several things that would make computer use in our household run just a bit more smoothly. And, as every homeschooling parent knows, anything that makes life just a little bit simpler is worth checking into.
LanSchool offers a 30-day trial; download . . . → Read More: Connect your homeschool computers via LanSchool
Today the Homeschool Crew is stopping by Travel Kit island, the savior of harried parents who need a vacation from their vacation, after hearing “are we there yet?” way, way, WAY too many times. Sneak past the cover – quick, before the kids notice! – and follow me.
Over here – down this dark path, is the entrance to the page-jungle. Let me share the secrets that you must know to be successful as you fight the boredom tiger and avoid the wriggling monkeys.
This ebook has 90 “leaves” chock-full of color . . . → Read More: TOS Crew Review: Travel Kits