Sunday, September 30, 2012

The Homeschool Mother’s Journal:





  • In my life this week…

What a week

I was on the road almost everyday!

WE had appointment after appointment…

Scouts started back up..

we had lots of rain…

It was just a LONG week…



  • In our homeschool this week…

    We have been finishing up our 5 wk session this time..
    Due to some scheduling, we did one less week..
    We missed co-op due to an appointment, so we are making that up at home..
    Lots of fun History projects worked on..
    Met with friends for science and made a Light Hut

    If you would like to see more of what we have been up to, swing by our Homeschool Blog.

  • Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share…

I really recommend a on, off schedule. We have been doing it for almost 6 months now, and it is working very well for us. Just about the time we get burnt out, its time for a break.

I think it helps me to stay focused and on task too.. Cause I don’t get burnt out as well.


  • I am inspired by…

All those wonderful people around me!


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

This week we have more appointments.. (yearly, and some for my shoulder and Diabetes coming up) Seems like that is all I do lately though..


We have Scouts, Piano, and Co-op as well this week…

The boys are going to a Cub Scout event this weekend..

Maybe a visit with some friends..



  • My favorite thing this week was…

Our first Girl Scout Meeting of this year.. It was so nice to see my girls again, and the smiles on their faces. Love to see so many of them that look forward to this! Plus we got some new ones! Can’t beat that!


  • What’s working/not working for us…

I got one of the History Pocket books, and we love it!

The kids are having so much fun with it.. and it strengths some of the history we are working on right now.


  • Questions/thoughts I have…

Do any of you belong to a Co-op? If so what kind of classes do you take?



  • Things I’m working on…

Plans for Middle Monkey’s Birthday its only 27 days away!! Can’t believe she is going to be 9!!



  • I’m reading…

More Susan Wiggs books!


  • I’m cooking…

Tonight we are having shrimp alfredo! YUM!


  • I’m grateful for…

My kids, they may be difficult sometimes, but they are amazing, and they teach me so much! Love them to pieces!


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

The picture my little man entered in a photo contest.. We learn tomorrow if he won!  (can you see the spider?!)



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Friday, September 28, 2012

Neon Tiki Tribe Party & Review:







Have you heard of the Neon Tiki Tribe yet? Well, we just had the pleasure of getting to know them while having a party! They are a tribe of super-positive super-heroes. They showcase some really good moral stories in brilliant colors. They are also great for conversation starters if you are trying to approach a subject with your child.


Another great aspect to these books are that they have a special font to help dyslexic children read easier!


Tiki stands for T-thoughtful I-intelligent K-kind I-individual. Let’s meet the characters..


Zeke- Leader

He is the brave leader of the Neon Tiki Tribe. He has power times 2, and Vine propel


Dar- Speed

He is the fastest tiki on the planet. No one can catch the bad guys quicker than Dar!


Mowah- Strength

He uses his mighty tree trunk arms to knock down bad guys!


Tia- Intelligence

She is the smartest Tiki on the planet. There is no problem she can’t slove!



He is the one that discovered the Tiki’s one night in his grandma’s backyard. They instantly became best friends!


Sniff-Sniff – Nose

He is Greg’s trusted sidekick, and very best friend. Sniff-sniff always joins them on every mission.


Now that we have met the characters.. lets talk about the party!


My kids were super excited to show off their stuff to friends! We started our party by introducing all our friends to the books. We read all three books, so they could get familiar with the characters, and stories. Then we gave all the kids one of these super cool glasses, so they could have super powers too!!!






After that, I went around the room to see which character the kids thought they were the most like. Most of them thought they were most like Zeke, and the girls like Tia. My son says he is like Mowah, cause he has a big appetite. LOL!




Then we passed out some coloring pages, which you can find here.




While the kids played and pretended to be super hero’s, we ate Tiki Tribe Taco’s and Mowah Marshmallows and Chocolate S’mores!!! Nothing better than that right!!


We had a great time! The kids loved the books, and had fun with our giveaway of the t-shirt.






*I was given products by MomSelect and Neon Tiki Tribe in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkeys.




Thursday, September 27, 2012

TOS Review: Music Together



I’m not musical by any means.. I mean, I can’t carry a tune for the life of me. Ask my kids, or husband who have to listen to me sing in the car! Haha!! My kids however really enjoy different aspects of music. My oldest, loves to sing, and can remember the words to any song he has heard. (Sometimes he truly amazes me) My two girls just LOVE to dance, and sing. They will turn anything into a song. (This to can be pretty humorous at times)


So how do we incorporate music in our schooling? Well, other than my oldest and youngest taking piano lessons we really don’t. In our neck of the woods, it is really hard to find much opportunities to incorporate music. My middle daughter would love to take voice lessons, but many places around here don’t do them at her age. Plus the cost of all these lessons, gets very expensive.


That brings me to Music Together, a program we recently had the opportunity to review. Music Together is about providing the highest quality music and movement experiences to young children, while involving their parents and other adult caregivers.


Here is their Philosophy:

  1. All Children are Musical
  2. Therefore, all children can achieve basic music competence, which we have defined as the ability to sing in tune and move with accurate rhythm.
  3. The participation and modeling of parents and caregivers, regardless of their musical ability, is essential to a child’s musical growth.
  4. This growth is best achieved in a playful, developmentally appropriate, non-performace-oriented learning environment that is musically rich yet immediately accessible to the child’s and the adults participation.


Music Together also has groups that meet in over 2000 communities and 40 countries. Bringing music to all kinds of children! You can find a class near you here.


We got to check out their Music Together Family Favorites Songbook for Teachers and CD. So what exactly do they have to offer? The Music Together Family Favorites CD has 19 of the most popular songs from 9 Music Together Collections. (Which they have won a lot of awards) With the CD you get an informative booklet. This booklet is 32 pages, with a page for each song with a couple suggested activities to go along with that song. Along with information about the song. The CD and booklet come in a nice tri-fold case, and it is very well put together.


The songs included on this CD are:

  • Hello Song
  • Biddy Biddy
  • Splishing and Splashing
  • Ridin’ in the Car
  • Stick Tune
  • She Sells Sea Shells
  • Playin’ in the Kitchen
  • Palo, Palo
  • John the Rabbit
  • Spin and Stop
  • Mississippi Cats
  • One Little Owl
  • Goin’ for Coffee
  • Obwisana
  • I’ve been Working on the Railroad
  • Dancing with Teddy
  • Allee Galloo
  • May All Children
  • Goodbye, So Long, Farewell


There are lots of songs on here, that many of us know already. Some of which I would consider classic songs. My kids really like I’ve Been working on the Railroad, and my girls really like Dancing with Teddy. Our main music listening happens in the car, so the first few times we listened to these was in the car. Then when we got home, you could always catch one of us singing one of these tunes. Haha! For me it was usually I’ve been working on the Railroad.


Now on to the Music Together Family Favorites Songbook for Teachers. This book is a nice 112 page spiral bound book. It starts with a nice section on “How to use this book” which was very helpful. Then it moved on to tell about their philosophy, and principles. It also talks about the types of songs, and activities, working with instruments and props, as well as using this book with children with special needs. The first part of this book has great information, and should not be skipped.


After you read all of that information, the next part of the book is the Songs. Listed in Alphabetical order, this includes information about the song. It gives you the sheet music, which is nice if you have a child that wants to try and play along. As well as a few suggested activities.


The last part of this book is a Reference Section with information about their program, and classes.



How we used this product:

A number of times we just put it on to listen to in the car, or we would play it while doing our chores. My kids love to just listen to music. A few times we choose a couple of songs, and did a few activities to go along with them. My middle child liked to just put the music on and dance.

Music Together Family Favorites is geared toward infant- to second grade.



Our Thoughts:

As I just stated this product is geared toward infant- to second grade. I will have to say my two girls really enjoyed this a lot, but they are also more into singing and dancing. However, with that being said, that does not mean that my 10 yr old son did not enjoy it all. In fact it was quite the opposite. While he did not really care for the activities as much, he liked listening to the music, and even attempted a couple of songs on his piano.



I really thought this was a lovely CD. I love the concept they are trying to teach. I wish we had been able to join a class when my children were younger. I think for any homeschooling family this would be a wonderful addition to get some music in there. Another great thing is that the music is all different. My family has always loved a wide range of music, and this was no different. I even enjoyed getting in on some of the fun activities. We loved coming up with different things around the house, to try to add a beat to any song.




You can buy the Music Together Family Favorites Songbook for Teachers for $29.95 or you can purchase the combo with the CD for $39.95. That is a $5 savings from buying them seperatly. Music Together is also offering an additional $2 off with the coupon code “Schoolhouse” at the check out.


See what the rest of the TOS Crew is saying about Music Together!!!


*I was given a copy of Music Together Family Favorites Songbook for Teachers and CD in exchange for my honest review as part of the TOS Crew. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkey’s.

Monday, September 24, 2012

TOS Review: Homeschool Legacy




As a fairly new homeschool mom (we have only been doing this for 1 1/2 years) I haven’t gotten to all the different types of schooling. Unit studies is something I have been interested in, but never really gotten into it yet. The idea of it, is appealing to me, but sometimes I get worried about trying new things.


Homeschool Legacy is written by a homeschooling mom. They offer once-a-week-unit studies on many topics. Some of the ones they offer are:

  • Birds of a Feather
  • Forest for the Trees
  • Horsing around
  • Weather on the Move
  • Knights and Nobles
  • Native America
  • Early Settlers
  • Revolutionary Ideas: The Story of the American Revolutionary
  • and more…


I choose for us to review the Revolutionary Ideas: The story of the American Revolutionary. I figured since we enjoy history, this would be  a good fit.


The best part about the Once-a-Week Unit Studies is that there is no prep work. Except picking up some books/video’s from the library. (Which we are there once a week or more anyway) Even that is easy since the library lists are put in alphabetically and numerically order (by Dewey decimal). They are Biblically centered, flexible to compliment any curriculum, Interactive for the whole family, and can be used with Boy Scout & American Heritage Girls. For Boy Scouts this helps with earning Merit Badges. (Which was cool for us, since Monkey Man is going into Boy Scouts in a few months, so he has a head start on his Merit Badges) Each Unit Study has a page that tells you exactly what parts of “What” Merit Badge is earned. Which helps SO MUCH!


One of our other favorite parts was the study includes a weekly Family Game and Movie Night that are part of the unit study! How cool is that?!

Here are some of the Once-a-week Activities covered by a Unit Study:

  • Bible
  • Quality Literature
  • Language
  • History
  • Science
  • Geography
  • Research
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Art Appreciation
  • Music Appreciation
  • Life Skills
  • and Field Trip Suggestions.



I love how they give you a “suggested” schedule but you can tweak it to how it works best for you. So for us, we moved our Activities to Tuesday, because we have Co-op on Wednesdays.


We are in week “4” of the “7” weeks they plan out for you. We took one week off, on one of our busy weeks, were we had LOTS of field trips. The best part? That didn’t throw us off at all, and we just picked up were we left off.


What did the Monkey’s think:

They liked how it was broken up, so they weren’t doing extensive work all at one time. Loved all the activities and suggested Family times. They have already asked for us to look into another one to do!



My Thoughts:

As a teacher I love that everything is laid out for me. All I have to do is decide what books we are reading, and go to the library to get them! That we have a schedule to go by, even if we swap a few things around. This all makes my life so much easier!

I also loved the list included towards the end of Historic Sites of Interest, with links included! We are already putting a few on our next family trip!



This Unit Studies are priced at $19.95. So far, I found this is pretty average for most Unit Studies. All of Homeschool Legacy’s are geared toward children ages 2-12. Making it great for any larger families!



See what the rest of the TOS Crew has to say about this product!



*Disclaimer: I was given a copy of Revolutionary America Unit Study in exchange for my honest review as part of the TOS Crew. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkey’s.




Simple Woman’s Daybook:







September 24th, 2011

Outside my window...

Its very cold!! Brr! 40 degrees this morning!


I am thinking...

I hope Little Monkey makes it through her fillings! She is not one for letting people mess with her mouth. Wish me luck!


I am thankful for...

All the blessings we have.. Sometimes I forget to stop and think about them!


From the learning rooms...

We are learning so much, and having a wonderful time at Co-op!

Things are going very smoothly this year. So happy about that!

Want to see what else we are up to, stop by our blog here.


From the kitchen...

We are having baked chicken, smashed cauliflower, and butternut squash


I am wearing...

My light brown pants, and a turquoise top, and my flip flops (not time to give them up yet)


I am creating...

A list of things to finish before Winter… we need to get a move on.. I say we are going to get it done earlier every year but never do! UGH!


I am going...

To be super busy again this week!

I am reading...

Another one of my books in the Susan Wiggs Series!

I am hoping...

That my to-do list dwindles fast!


I am hearing...

Snoring.. Two of my kids are still sleeping!


Around the house...

We have lots to get done, plus our dishes, laundry, and such!


One of my favorite things...

The color of the tree’s this time of year. Can’t wait to take a day to go take some pictures!


A few plans for the rest of the week:

Dentist appt, Orthodontist appt, couple doctor appts, Library, maybe a trip to another State Park, and Girls Scouts this weekend, along with a meetings… YOU?


Sunday, September 23, 2012

The Homeschool Mother’s Journal:






  • In my life this week…


We had a very busy week…

I was sick a couple of days..

We had dentist appts..

Doctor appts..

and Field trips (it got canceled)

and a Boy Scout Camping trip for the boys!




  • In our homeschool this week…


and we were suppose to have a Field Trip but due to yucky colds we canceled.

If you would like to see more of what we have been up too..
Go to our School Blog..


  • Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share…

Have a lighter day than the rest..

This year we have decided to make Friday our light day..

and we do fun things, or field trips..

Gives the kids down time that they need, and way less burn out!


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

This week coming up we are going to more appointments…

and maybe a Science day with friends.. YOU?


  • My favorite thing this week was…

Spending the weekend with just my girls while the Boys were away!!


  • What’s working/not working for us…

Our workbox system is working well so far! I’m so happy!



  • Questions/thoughts I have…

What fun things do you have planned for the fall?



  • Things I’m working on…

Finishing up construction I started at the beginning of the year.. Trying to get things done before winter, got a really long list.  Anyone want to come help??!


  • I’m reading…

The next book in my series by Susan Wiggs!


  • I’m cooking…

Meatball subs! YUMMY!



  • I’m grateful for…

The opportunities my kids have!

Friday, September 21, 2012

Progresso Light Soups Review and Giveaway:

What better time to be sampling soup?! Here in our neck of the woods, the nights are getting chilly. I love fall, and I love the what fall brings. Warm soups, casseroles, apple pies, and so much more!

I love soup, but who wants all the extra calories that come along with them right?! Especially if you eat soup for lunch and dinner a few times a week.
Well Progresso has the answer.. They have Progresso Light Soups. Only 100 Calories per serving. Best part, they have two new great flavors…
  • Potato with Bacon and Cheese
  • Chicken Pot Pie Style

I couldn’t wait to try these great flavors. The Potato with Bacon and Cheese sounded so AMAZING! I had to crack it open, and try it. So, we had it for lunch the next afternoon. It was so creamy, and delicious! They give you a great flavor without skimping on the flavor!

Would you like to try some? You can go here.. and get a coupon for $1.25 off 4 cans of soup.

Or you can try for a chance at my giveaway, for this prize pack:

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*Disclosure:  The coupons, information, and gift packs have been provided by Progresso® through MyBlogSpark.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

TOS Review: Raising Real Men




Hal and Melanie Young are the author of Raising Real Men website. As well as helping behind the scenes with Great Waters Press, a publishing company. Their new fictional book is A Cry From Egypt by Hope Auer.


Hope Auer is a homeschooler herself. She has been writing stories and plays since she was really young. Along with her love of writing she loves the lord, life, church, family and children. Currently she works alongside her family, who are always the first to read her books.



About the Book:


A Cry From Egypt is geared for kids ages 8 and up. However, this might be different for some. I know my 8 yr old couldn’t read this alone, but might do ok with me reading it with her.


The story is about a young slave in Egypt named Jarah. Set in the time of Moses return. This story is full of adventure, biblical information, and a tad bit of romance.



Monkey Mans thoughts:


I only have one boy, and he is definitely ALL boy! Therefore, he sometimes struggles with being the only boy. I thought this would be a really good book for him to read. Upon receiving it, I give it to him to read and he wasn’t so on board. It took me a while to convince him to read it.. but once he started it, he couldn’t put it down. He read it at the bedtime, in the car, and where ever he could find the time.


He really liked the story. Said it was full of adventure, which made it very exciting. As well as kept him wanting to read more! He can’t wait for the next book to come out!



My thoughts:


I haven’t been able to finish it yet, since my son wouldn’t give it up. He read it, and reread it again. I had to fight him for it! I am almost done, but have only had time to read it in-between appointments, and waiting for things. What I have read so far is just incredible! I love the story, and how it keeps you begging for more. I hate to put it down, even when I have to.


I would caution some moms to sensitive readers. There are a couple of scenes in the book where the slaves are getting beatings, which can make you flinch just thinking about it. My son was affected, cause he has read some pretty intense stories before. He did ask me a few questions and I answered to the best of my ability. I know when I was reading those parts, I found myself getting teary eyed.


I think we are going to read this again soon, as a read aloud for our Literature studies.


How to buy:


You can purchase A Cry From Egypt here.. it is $12.50

The book is 193 pgs., and has almost 9 pgs. of the preview of the sequel included.



See what the rest of the TOS Crew has to say about it..



*I was given a copy of A Cry From Egypt in exchange for my honest review as part of the TOS Crew. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkeys!

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

TOS Crew Review: Family Time Fitness


Physical Education has never been my strong point. I’m not athletic at all. I’m not huge into sports, and I was never coordinated enough to dance or do gymnastics'. However, with that being said, I was recently diagnosed with Diabetes's and have struggled with weight most of my life. As you all know the raising obesity rate in the world, is not really encouraging me much. So, I have always been on my kids about being active. From the day they were able to crawl, we were doing things.


When it came to school, trying to incorporate Physical Education usually took a back burner. Since, I knew they were going outside almost everyday to run around, and “Play”. I thought they were getting enough. Boy was I wrong! Doing P.E. increases brain activity in children, and ADULTS!!! Who knew?


Family Time Fitness has a Fitness 4 Homeschool curricula. This program is designed for parents to be able to teach children physical education without any pervious knowledge. Not to worry it is also designed by experts in fitness, nutrition and body movement. The program is designed for grades K-8th.

My kids are all in that age range, but I think a lot of the activities could be done with younger children. Now if you have your child in a bunch of sports, dance, and such. Your budget is probably really big after buying equipment and the cost of the program. Well good news! You can purchase this entire Core 1 curriculum for $57!! As any homeschooler knows that really isn't that high.


What is included:

  • 260 Planned Lessons
  • Startup/Training guide for parents
  • 1 pg summaries of each lesson
  • LOTS of Video Demonstrations of exercises
  • Assessment Tools
  • and more!


Upon starting this program you really need to read the Startup- Training Guide. This gives you lots of teaching tips, materials lists, and links to the assessment tools. You receive the materials in PDF files, and within those files are links for you to watch a YouTube Video for demonstrations of some of the activities. There were a few of those we had to watch, and they came in very helpful.


Each Lesson is divided up into 13 modules of 20 lessons each. This program is meant to be used 5 days a week. Each one taking 30-45 minutes each, with an extra 15 minute out door activity. We were able to get in about 3 days a week, due to other commitments. But I feel even that was very beneficial.



Most of the equipment that you need for Family Time Fitness is stuff you will find right around your home. There was only a few things we had to improvise, or pick up. Here are some of the things you would need..

  • Exercise Mats (we used some blankets)
  • Measuring tape
  • Cones
  • Stop Watch (I had an app on my phone)
  • Playground Balls
  • Foam Balls
  • Jump Ropes
  • Hula Hoops (we had a hard time finding these..)
  • Bean Bags


Each Lesson includes…..

  • List of Supplies
  • Warm up & Cool down
  • Suggested Recovery Time
  • Activity or Game Play
  • Outdoor Activity



Our thoughts:


My kids loved this! They thought it was very fun, and couldn’t wait for each lesson. They enjoyed that lots of our activities were games, or things they had played before. My children also loved that I got right in there and did some of the activities with them. We had some good laughs over hula hoops. Surprisingly only a few of us are really any good at it.

It showed me that I needed some more Physical education myself. There were some days that after a lesson I was very sore. Smile

We plan to finish these lessons out, and purchasing the next Core when it comes out next year!




To just recap Family Time Fitness is meant for grades K-8th, but others can use it. You can purchase Core 1 Curriculum for $57!


In January 2013 they are releasing Core 2!

If you buy the Platinum Package for $137 (not really a bad value)


Platinum Package includes:

  • Core 1 (260 Lessons)
  • Core 2 (260 Lessons)
  • K-1st Workbooks
  • 2nd-3rd Workbooks
  • 4th-5th Workbooks
  • Basketball Module
  • Home Educating Family Magazine Subscription



See what some of the other TOS Crew Members have to say about this product!!!



* We were given this product free of charge in exchange for an honest review as part of the TOS Crew. All opinions are 100% Mine or my monkeys!  










Monday, September 17, 2012

Simple Woman’s Daybook:








September 17, 2011


Outside my window...

it’s a really nice fall day.. Love fall!



I am thinking...

got a few things to get done this week!


I am thankful for...

this gorgeous weather..


From the learning rooms...

This week we are finishing up our Literature lesson with Charlotte’s Web. Starting Botany in Co-op and enjoying our lessons.

Want to see what else we are up to, stop by our blog here.


From the kitchen...

A cheesy chicken casserole



I am wearing...

Jeans, tank top, and a sweater!


I am creating...

Lesson plans for our next 6 wks of school. I’m trying to get ahead!


I am going...

to be getting new tires, and an alignment this week…


I am reading...

Lakeshore Christmas by Susan Wiggs


I am hoping...

that things go smoothly today, so I can watch Bones Season Premiere tonight!



I am hearing...

My kids talking, and acting silly


Around the house...

I have tons of laundry to finish up, vacuuming, and sweeping. Then we need to revamp our laundry room to fit our new washer. Lots to get done..



One of my favorite things...

Spending quiet mornings with my kiddo’s.


A few plans for the rest of the week:

Tires, alignment, babysitting, library, co-op, and playing with my monkey’s!


Here is picture for thought I am sharing..


My monkey’s at the Apple Orchard


Sunday, September 16, 2012

The Homeschooling Mother’s Journal:






  • In my life this week…

We went to the beach…

held bugs..


watched movies..

made spaghetti sauce..

went apple picking..

and just had fun!



  • In our homeschool this week…

We took two field trips…

“Not Back to School Day”














we did our normal studies..

added in Literature this week..

and had fun …


  • Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share…

Enjoy the Field Trips with your kids.


  • I am inspired by…

All those around me


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

This week we just have our Co-op…


  • My favorite thing this week was…

The fun times with my monkey’s!



  • What’s working/not working for us…

Everything is going really smoothly so far…


  • Questions/thoughts I have…

Looking for a good Grammar Curricula for my 3rd grader any suggestions?


  • Things I’m working on…

Lots of things around the house.. Love fall, but that also means prepping for winter.


  • I’m reading…

Lakeshore Christmas by Susan Wiggs


  • I’m cooking…

Chicken, Squash, zucchini, and potatoes.. YUM!


  • I’m grateful for…

the opportunity to meet with such wonderful people every week at Co-op!



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

Me and Little Monkey

Mom & Me

Thursday, September 13, 2012

TOS Crew Review: Marshall Publishing




If your looking for History video’s, Marshall Publishing & Promotions, Inc. is the place to go!

Do you have fun with History? My kids love History, but sometimes they get bored with the same old, same old of listening to me talk.Its hard to find things to liven it up a bit. We do activities based around what we are studying at the time. This tends to give us a break from the reading. We also look up video's on Netflix occasionally, but they don't always have what  you are looking for.
Marshall Publishing is a great company that has many History video's. In the past we have seen their George Washington Carver one. (the enjoyed learning about the peanut guy)

Recently we got the chance to watch their Historic Expedition of Lewis & Clark video. This video is a 35 minute adventure about the 8,000 mile journey into the unknown. Following Meriweather Lewis and William Clark from 1804 to 1806.


The kids really enjoyed watching it. We learned a lot of things we were not aware of. That is the one thing about History that we really enjoy is learning things we did not know. Even me!! There have been many times that I have found out things, that I never knew. The saying is true. "You learn something new everyday"!


This video is geared towards all ages. Great addition to any Lewis & Clark Study. I thought it was well done, and very engaging. The pictures were beautiful. I really enjoyed watching it with my kids.


They have a very wide selection of video's to choose from. We are looking to see what else we can try!


You can purchase this video for $24.95. Unless you get it today, its on sale for $19.95.


My kids enjoy watching these movies in the car, when we are traveling too. Which is a great way to get some History in.

See what the other TOS Crew Members are saying about this product.



* We were given a free copy of the Lewis & Clark Expedition video in exchange for our honest review. All opinions are 100% mine or my monkeys.