Friday, August 31, 2012

Phase4Flims Review…



At the beginning of this month, I posted about some movies from Phase4Flims. Now I’m back to tell you about new ones coming out!



I Heart Shakey


The first movie we checked out was “I Heart Shakey”. This movie is 102 mins and rated PG. We thought this movie was good. It was another one that tugs on your heart strings a bit. Great story about the relationship between an owner and a dog though. This story is about a single dad, raising a daughter. The dog is like part of their family, so when they move to a big city, and face possibly having to get rid of Shakey they don’t know what to do. Our family really enjoyed this!



Rock Stars


The next one we watched was “Rock Stars”. This movie is 78 mins and is rated PG. This movie was a bit strange I thought. My kids however really thought it was good. Rock Stars is about an earthworm that wants to start a disco band. However, worms have no arms, so how can they carry a rhythm. Barry shows everyone that worms can boogie too!


My Friend Bernard


Lastly we got to watch “My Friend Bernard”. This movie is 70 mins and not yet rated. My family thought this movie was really good. It has some good lessons in it. My Friend Bernard is about a boy that is afraid of everything. His polar bear sidekick Bernard helps him to lose his fears.


You can purchase any of these movies at Target, Walmart,, or rent them at your local Redbox. So why not have a family movie night soon??!



*We were given a copy of these movies by Phase4flims, and Child’s Play Communications in exchange for our honest review. All reviews are 100% mine or my monkey’s.






Thursday, August 30, 2012

Gutzy Gear Party & Review:





Gutzy Gear is the a new product to hit the shelves this back to school season! I know what your thinking, “What in the world is Gutzy Gear?” Well, they are a new way to express yourself.

They are a strap covers for your Backpack, Messenger bags, Laptop bags, or even on your bike or scooter. Then you can get “Gutzies” (cool patches) to put on them to express yourself. There are so many to choose from! Here are just a few we have seen, pizza, fries, burger, smiley faces, dragons, flowers, hearts, and so much more!!!


We recently had a party to help show off these cool new accessories! Here is a look at what we received in our box.


PicMonkey Collage



Everyone at our party got to choose their favorite “Gutzies” and then they attached them to the strap.  At the end of our party, we let the kids trade, and have fun showing off there creations. What a blast we had! The kids couldn’t wait to go to school and show off their new straps!


The great thing about them is that the strap adds cushion making carrying the backpack more comfortable. Another plus is the straps are removable. Great news for the mom’s, the Gutzies are Velcro so there is no attaching or sewing necessary! They stay on nice and secure, but easy enough to switch out or trade with friends!


My kids also wanted to show off their creations!









You can find Gutzy Gear at your local Kmarts, Wal-mart, and Target stores. As well as being able to buy them online at and you can find them on Facebook here. Be sure to check them out!!!



*We were given product by MomSelect and Gutzy Gear to throw a party in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkey’s!

Monday, August 27, 2012

TOS Review: Golden Prairie Press



The girls are not as big of History fans as my son. That sometimes can make for a very rough time trying to get them to pay attention. So, I thought why not give “Ten Girls from History” a try from Golden Prairie Press.



Ten Girls from History:

Is geared towards ages 10 and up. However, my two girls did ok with it. They are 9 and 7. My 7 year old had a bit of a struggle now and then, but for the most part did ok.

This book is 238 pages. I’m sure your thinking which heroines did they choose for this book. I was very happy with the selection. Their were many that I loved, and some that I had never heard of. It was nice to share with my girls the things I knew about some of them.

You can purchase the printed book or audio for $25.00  on sale right now for $20.00

You can also purchase the downloadable eBook directly off Amy Puetz’s website. That price is $15.00 on sale for $12.00 currently.



Here is a list of the girl’s in this book.

  • Clara Barton- The Angel of the Battlefield
  • Cofachiqui- An Indian Princess
  • Molly Pitcher- The Brave Gunner of the Battle of Monmouth
  • Louisa May Alcott- Author of Little Women
  • Dorothy Quincy- A Girl of the American Revolution
  • Madeleine De Vercheres- The Heroine of Castle Dangerous
  • Ida Lewis- The Heroine of Lime Rock Lighthouse
  • Virginia Reed- Midnight Heroine of the Plains
  • Elizabeth Van Lew- The Girl who Risked all for the Union
  • Clara Morris- The Girl who Won Frame as an Actress


There you have the ten women discussed in this book. It was hard for us to choose one to start with. We decided to go with Cofachiqui: An Indian Princess. The name alone intrigued us. Who can pass up a princess story right??! The story about this girl who had to go through such horrible treatment and still managed to give such wonderful hospitality to strangers was just touching. We really enjoyed this story. My girls thought that what she did was amazing, and they hope to be more like her. We are trying to find a few other things to go along with this movie, to help make it more of a unity study. The girls like to do activities along with their reading.


The next story we read was one that I choose. I love the movie “Little Women”. So, I wanted to read about Louisa May Alcott. Sharing what I knew about her already, with the girls was fun. I really enjoyed it. I love how it tell about her surroundings and how they helped her to become the writer she was. We also learned that she grew up close to us, just over in the next state of Massachusetts. The girls found this story very good as well. They took in all the information that was laid out for them, and we went over it at the end. We are hoping to plan a visit to where she grew up in the spring!


Our Thoughts:

I love that the stories are so greatly told. They keep your attention and are wonderful. I also love that each one comes with a photo of the girl that we are reading about. Giving the girls a bit of a visual to go along with the name. One of other plus to the book is that you can skip around if you like. Picking the girl you want to read about, or learn about next.

In the back of the book there is also a glossary and biographical facts. Along with a mini timeline. Each of the glossary words are in bold throughout the story.

The girls both think that the stories are good, and can’t wait to read more. They said so far their favorite is about the Indian Princess!


However, we have not been able to read them all yet, since we are trying to do more of a unit study with them.


About the Author: Prairie Press is a company that Amy Puetz started. Amy Puetz is a homeschool graduate who loves history. History has been her passion since childhood.  She also loves to tell the stories about people who impacted their generation.


Some of her books include Uncover Exciting History, Ten Girls from History, Ten great Adventures, Costumes with Character, and Hoop skirts and fabulous frocks. All which sound amazing!


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*I was given a copy of “Ten Girls from History” by Golden Prairie Press in exchange for my honest review as part of the TOS Crew. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkey’s!


Sunday, August 26, 2012

The Homeschool Mother’s Journal:







  • In my life this week…

We were super busy with lots of final prep for our next session of school to start…

for new things happening..

and so much more!


  • In our homeschool this week…

This was our last week off before starting up another 6 weeks…

We had 2 weeks off this time due to Monkey Man’s hand injury


  • Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share…

Check out Pinterest for some great art ideas!

I’m super excited to try them out!


  • I am inspired by…

Lots of things on Pinterest.. It can be a great resource if used with caution


  • Places we’re going and people we’re seeing…

We are going to a few appts…




and whatever else we come up with!


  • My favorite thing this week was…

Spending so much quality time with my kiddo’s!


  • What’s working/not working for us…

Being out of toner! I need to buy some!


  • Questions/thoughts I have…

Has everyone started school yet?



  • Things I’m working on…

School plans to start up tomorrow!


  • I’m reading…

Nothing at the moment… Need to find some new books


  • I’m cooking…

Nothing tonight… veggie sticks for dinner


  • I’m grateful for…

My Monkey’s


  • A photo, video, link, or quote to share…

My Monkey Man in the parade yesterday…


Creativity for Kids Review:

As a homeschool mom, we are always looking for things to encourage creativity! Our to even help with some of our down time. Creativity for Kids has some really amazing products. They have everything from Coloring & ARTivity, Jewelry making, Paper & Memory Crafts, Shrinky Dinks, Travel, and so much more! What I really love is that you can find something for everyone. Having two girls and a boy its sometimes hard to find something for everyone. With Creativity for Kids we can find things that interest everyone. You can even sign up your child with their Creativity Club. Where you will receive free activities to download, Craft of the Month, and more! We recently got the chance to review some of their products. The Monkey’s and I were super excited about this!

Upon opening the box, we saw that we had received three different products. The first thing my girls jumped to look at was the Fashion Bracelets.
Fashion Bracelets

This includes all the stuff that you need to make 15 bracelets! The girls were eager to try all kinds of stuff, and the best part is, the chances of anyone making the same bracelet is very slim. The kit includes wide ribbon, stain cord, floss, skinny ribbon, gem covered ribbon, scissors and glue! The possibilities are endless. Here are a couple that my kids made…




My girls had so much fun with them! Each girl has made a couple, and Monkey Man even made one, to give to his sister for Christmas. I even got in on the action! I love this product for a few reasons.. One it comes with everything you need to make them, so you don’t have to invest in many extras. Secondly, I really like it for the way it gets their brains working! One thing that I did do differently was we used glue dots instead of the glue provided, just due to the mess factor. I wanted something with a bit less mess. Plus we like to take these on the go with us sometimes! You can buy this kit for $19.99 at your local craft store.

Mossy Meadows Gnome Garden

The next one that was quickly claimed was the Mossy Meadow Gnome Garden. Monkey Man was quick to claim that one for his. He said it was for a boy! Upon opening this up, we were very surprised with what cool things were inside. In this kit you will find a garden dish, potting mix, wheat grass seeds, a bark house, leafs, mossy rocks, toadstools, ladybugs, paint, and more!




We really loved this, cause we are into making Fairy houses. This kit really reminded us of this. His imagination soared! He loved it! He immediately went to work on the bark house, making the roof. As you can see in the pictures above. He is still deciding on the colors he wants to add to his toadstools, and house.. so he has not yet finished this project. You can find a completed picture on our facebook page soon! He loved this project, and has had lots of fun thinking about what he could do with this house. Again I thought this kit was great because it has everything included in it. You can buy this kit for $29.99 at your local craft store. I will say, that I thought this one was a bit pricey, so I’m not sure I would buy one like this often.

Deluxe Glitter Art

The last one we got to try out was the Deluxe Glitter Art. This of course looked super fun! We haven’t gotten a chance to use it yet. So you can look for a picture on our facebook page soon with that. Here is a bit about this kit though. In the Glitter Kit you can find a array of glitter glue, shaker-top glitter, glitter stickers, glitter paper, gift tags, envelopes, greeting cards, craft glue, and more! We are probably going to make some gifts with this kit. You can purchase this kit for $29.99 at your local craft store as well.
We have had lots of fun with all these kits! I love watching my kids imaginations come to life! I think that we will absolutely be looking into some more of these kits for birthday’s, and Christmas presents. Have fun crafting!

One of my lucky readers gets a chance to win 2 of kits to try.. The Deluxe Glitter Art Fun, and Beach Buddies Shell Crafts.  Over a $45 value!!!!

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*We were given the Creativity for kids craft kits from Fabercastell and MomSelect in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkey’s.

Saturday, August 18, 2012

TOS Review: Vocabulary Spelling City



Vocabulary Spelling City logo



My kids do pretty well with spelling, at least in the sense that they don’t fight me on it. They enjoy seeing what words they have on it every week. The spelling we have is very basic. I pull from a few couple websites. It only has them copy the words, and unscramble them. Therefore, by the end of the week they struggle with their test.


We recently got the opportunity to try Vocabulary SpellingCITY. This program is all online based. I’m not huge on online programs, cause my kids often only want to play on the computer. After checking this program out, I was very impressed with it. As a teacher you can go in and add students, lists, and assignments. You can enter your child’s words for the week, from 5 words to 10, 15 and more! Another wonderful feature is that you can also have your kids learn the definitions of the words. For me that is very helpful since I have three children, and never enough time! I love that with this program, I can go in and add assignments as far head as I want.

One really cool feature from this site is that you can get the app for your Iphone, or Ipad. So they could be learning their words while on the go, or waiting for a doctors appt. Nothing I like better than learning while we are on the go.



Then once you put their lists in and assign them work, the child can log in under them and see what you have assigned. My son loves that he can log in and see what I have assigned him and his due date. Then he can work at his pace. Sometimes he finishes all his work in one day, other times in a couple.

My kids really love Vocabulary SpellingCITY because all their learning about the words is based around games. So they are learning them and remembering them without even knowing it. It is fun little games that teach them there words, like hangman, crosswords, and much much more! Then at the end of the week they can take their test right on there. This is also very useful thing for me, since trying to get three tests done can sometimes be hard.


You can use Vocabulary SpellingCITY for free. The free version doesn’t come with any extras such as definitions or vocabulary. However, a great way to test the site out to see if you like it.

Or you can get their premium membership for $29.99 a year for up to 5 children.



This was absolutely a hit in my house! Both my monkeys and I love this site. It has really helped improved their test scores. This will be a keeper for us, for up coming years!


See what the other people from the TOS Crew have to say…



*We received a free premium membership to Vocabulary SpellingCITY as part of the TOS Crew in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkeys!

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Phase4flims Review…



We recently got an opportunity to review 5 movies, that came out in July by Phase4flims. Due to our crazy schedule and such, I’m just getting the review up.


My kids love movies as does any child! So when the box arrived, and we opened it up.. they started digging through to see what we received. Then they started making plans about what movie we were going to watch first. In our house we try to have a movie night a few times a month. Doing a simple movie night, helps bring us all closer. We enjoy our nights together!




Here are the movies we got to see and what we thought of them…


Space Dogs:


Space Dogs


This movie really wasn’t what I was expecting. It was a cute move done about a few orphan dogs. Striving to fit in, and learning about friendship. Great little life lessons in this movie that the kids will probably not realize right away that they are learning. I love movies like that, since they can get a bigger lesson out of them. My kids really enjoyed this, and we all had a few laughs over it.



Kiara the Brave:




This was nothing like what I first thought either. Maybe it was just the name, and it sort of reminded me of the movie “Brave”.  Instead this movie was more of a battle to save the kingdom and protect everybody. My kids enjoyed this characters but not one of their favorites.






This movie was a huge hit. We LOVED this movie! This movie just instantly touched our hearts. It really tugs at your memories. Any person who has had a dog would relate to this movie. On more than one occasion my son and I were sniffling. Definitely a keeper!! We will re-watch this movie again and again!


Freddy Frog Face:


Freddy Frogface


This movie touched on a big problem happening in our local schools. It is about “Bullying”. The characters were interesting. This was an animated movie like a few of the others. This movie was not one of my kids favorites.


Donkey X:


Donkey X


This movie was a cute animated movie. It was funny! The donkey was trying to be like a horse, so he could get into the royal castle. He won the hearts of many in this film. While this movie was cute, it wasn’t another one of our favorites.  


If you would like to see any of these movies, you can find them at Amazon, Walmart, or you can rent them at your local Redbox!




*I was given these movies in exchange for our honest reviews from Child’s Play Communications. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkey’s.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Winn Dixie Winner is.. ..


# 24


Congrats to Kathryn!!!




Look for an email from me soon.. and remember the winner only has 48hrs to respond to my email or I have to chose a new winner. Thanks to all that entered, and be looking for more great giveaways coming soon!

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

TOS Review: Thomas Jefferson Education




We are serious history lovers around here! What about you? Do you enjoy history?! I was super excited when we were offered the change to try out Thomas Jefferson Education. What is that exactly you ask?

Thomas Jefferson Education was discovered by Oliver and Rachel DeMile. TJEd (pronounced “Tee-Jay-ED”) is an educational philosophy and methodology. They believe in the 7 keys of Great Teaching..

  • Classics, not Textbooks
  • Mentors, not Professors
  • Inspire, not Require
  • Structure Time, not Content
  • Quality, not Conformity
  • Simplicity, not Complexity
  • YOU, not Them


Now what is included in this “This Week in History”?  You receive an email every week with a list of days of things that happened in history. Then under them will have links for things that go along with that part of history. Such as pictures, coloring pages, activities, projects, video’s and so much more! You can subscribe to this all for $9.99/month

What did we think of it?

Being that we love history so much in this house.. this was a great addition. We had lots of fun with our weekly emails, and seeing what happened in history on specific days. To be able to also tie in more things like books, video’s and projects was just an added bonus!!! The monkeys all give this a thumbs up! Check out a sample week here.


My thoughts?

I’m not sure that I can justify the cost of it for a whole year. I really think it is an amazing resource, but I wouldn’t want it to be the only curriculum we use, so it would be an extra. That is kinda costly for an extra. However, even with saying that there is lots of great things about it. I love that it comes right to my email each week. Therefore making it accessible anywhere you have internet access. Another big thing for me was that I didn’t have to plan to use it. The work was all done for me, and the links were just there for me to use. I love that, since I’m a very busy mom. This is a huge plus for me!!! So, while I’m not sure I could afford it. This would absolutely be on my list, if I had the extra money.



See what other TOS Crew Members are saying about it.


*Disclaimer: I received a free subscription to “This Week in History” in exchange for my honest review as part of the TOS Crew. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkeys.



Monday, August 13, 2012

TOS Review: Math Made Easy





My kids are pretty good when it comes to math. My oldest who is in 5th, just completed 7th grade math. My Middle Monkey is good at math as well. Little Monkey struggles a bit with a few areas. That being said.. multiplication is one that just doesn’t seem to stick in heads around here. I remember when I was a kid, my dad would drill me all the time, so I remembered them. I’ve tried that a few times here, but still is not sticking. Out of all math things we have tackled so far, multiplication has been the hardest to master.

Math Made Easy has helped ease that pain a bit. The concept is to learn their facts without using their fingers. They master all of the facts in 6 weeks. This is not a complete curriculum, this is more of a supplement.


The best part is they make it engaging. I used this on both my 5th grader, and my 3rd grader. As my oldest needed to strengthen his knowledge, and my middle is just learning them. With either of them, just sitting and writing facts is to boring for them, and they will fight doing it. I was happy to see that this is far more engaging. There are math problems, plus coloring, codes to solve, story problems, things to cut, and so much more! You also get flash cards to help with practice.


As I stated before you can finish this in six weeks, but you could also tweak it to take longer if you needed. My children were confused by the fact that their was only one fact for each set.. such as only one for 5x9, and not one for 9x5. This helps for them to think of it faster, cause they are not trying to remember to different sets. I REALLY liked this!!!


Here are some things you can find in Math Made Easy: Multiplication

  1. Lesson Plans
  2. Quizzes
  3. Daily Activities
  4. Flash Cards
  5. Pre-test
  6. Post-test


I think this is definitely worth the money. My kids have done really well with it, and not fought me on doing it. If you child is not old enough to do Multiplication yet.. There is a Math Made Easy Addition as well. Which I think I am going to purchase for my Little Monkey.


You can purchase Math Made Easy for $24.95 a book. The Author gives permission to copy pages for other children in the family. So this makes it a nice price for those of us with multiple children.


See what the other TOS Crew members have to say…



*Disclaimer: I was given a copy of Math Made Easy Multiplication for free in exchange for my honest review as part of the TOS Crew. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkeys.

Sunday, August 12, 2012

The Homeschool Mother’s Journal:








  • In my life this week…


It was a bit stressful,



and fun,

all at the same time….



  • In our homeschool this week…


We did our normal studies,

along with Sports Camp,

and set up for 4H at the fair…


If you would like to see more about what we have been up to, visit our blog “The Monkey School



  • Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share…

Don’t stress the small stuff.. What does it really accomplish anyway?!


  • I am inspired by…

The wonderful people I see trying to make our community a better place.



  • Places we’re going and people we’re seeing…

This week we are laying kinda low.. been busy for a few weeks now..

We will be seeing our Piano Teacher and that is about it..

and maybe a doctor…



  • My favorite thing this week was…

Seeing my boys face when he saw he won First place on a few things in his 4H display, and then again when he saw he won 2nd place in the Juniors Division of the Exhibit Hall..



  • What’s working/not working for us…

our garden.. it doesn’t seem to be growing that great this year..





  • Questions/thoughts I have…

Any good sign language curriculum suggestions out there?



  • Things I’m working on…

Right now.. I’m just working on trying to get my house back in order after 3 weeks of camps..

Working on plans for Girl Scout meetings, and our next 6 weeks of school.




  • I’m reading…

Nothing right now.. super busy with everything else going on.


  • I’m cooking…

Tonight we had ice cream for dinner, cause its hot and humid.

Plus we had fair fries, and fried dough late this afternoon! YUM!


  • I’m grateful for…

the fact that Monkey Man didn’t do any more damage to his hand this weekend..



  • A photo, video, link, or quote to share…

Our educational display for the fair…



Monday, August 6, 2012

TOS Review: Create Better Writers

If you have followed my blog for any length of time, you know that my kids struggle in the writing department. Therefore, whenever we have a chance to review a new writing program we are all over it. Its harder when trying to teach 3 different age/level kids. My oldest is in 5th grade, and he hates to write! Therefore, we are trying to find a way to teach him, that does not bore him to tears, or make him get frustrated. My middle monkey loves to write, but has no order to it. My youngest doesn’t mind writing but is at the beginning stages, learning proper sentence structure and such.

Create Better Writers sent me 3 e-books to review. The first one was “How to write a paragraph”. You can purchase this book for $7.99 as an e-book.  This book is recommended for grades 3 and up. It teaches you one simple trick in minutes.

The second book I got was called “How to teach the five paragraph essay”. This book can be purchased for $17.95 for the e-book, or $19.95 for the softcover book. According to the site.. they say if you can answer “YES” to any of these questions this book is for you.
  1. Would you like to show your students how to write a strong five-paragraph essay to be timed prompt, and have them complete it in about an hour?
  2. Would you like to show your students a simple format that will help them write essays from any writing domain?
  3. Would you like your students to be able to write exciting introductions and conclusions?
  4. Would you like a detailed lesson plan that will show you, step-by-step, how to teach the five-paragraph essay?

I don’t know about you, but I just answered yes to all to all of those! This book teaches you, how to show your students how to write a simple outline. This is one of the most important skills to acquire. Here is a look inside this book…

Lastly I received “The Home School Writing Action Plan”.  This book is $15.95 for the e-book, or $19.95 for the softcover. Inside this book you will find the following information.
  • Summary of Steps
  • Pacing Charts
  • Road Map

This book is very helpful for developing a plan. Writing can very hard to teach. This book will help with that. The Summary shows were you should be, and going at all times. The Pace Chart shows you where and when to begin, and how much time you should be dedicating to this subject. The Road Map shows you how to implement each step!

I think of all three books the Home School Action Plan was the best one for me. I loved that it helped plan it all out for me, step-by-step. No guessing work for me. Now that I have figured out where to start and where to go, I think the rest of the program will fall into place. 

We have been using this program, and while its still a bit slow for some of us, it is working nicely. I would recommend this to anyone struggling to teach this subject. It an inexpensive way to go. Which with most of us on a budget, that is the best part right??!

See what the rest of the TOS Crew is saying about this product!

*Disclaimer: I was given these e-books free of charge as part of the TOS Crew in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkeys!

Sunday, August 5, 2012

The Homeschooling Mother’s Journal







  • In my life this week…

We were at our last week of Cub Scout Camp…

Long days..

amazing kids..

so much fun!


  • In our homeschool this week…







Arts & Crafts



  • Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share…

Take time to smell the roses…


  • I am inspired by…

lots of things in my life!



  • Places we’re going and people we’re seeing…

This week we are going to Sports camp,

setting up 4H exhibits..

and enjoying each other!



  • My favorite thing this week was…

Watching my kids smile and enjoying themselves, while making new friends!



  • What’s working/not working for us…

reorganizing our school stuff, and tweaking some subjects!



  • Questions/thoughts I have…

Who is enjoying their summer?? What have you been up to?



  • Things I’m working on…

Our next six weeks of school… I’m making our next schedule.



  • I’m reading…

Nothing right now!



  • I’m cooking…

Tonight we are having Macaroni & Cheese



  • A photo, video, link, or quote to share…

My Monkey Man at Archery!



Winners of the Dry Idea Giveaway…



#2  Amanda


#6 Jenna






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The winner has 48hrs to respond or I have to choose a new winner. Thanks to all that entered!


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