The Natural Homeschool reviewed 7 of our geography books. They are also running a giveaway contest. The winner gets the entire geography set (9 books!) for free. That’s a pretty good deal. If it was me (and I am me), I’d go for that deal, what have you go to lose? And if you don’t win? There’s a coupon for 10% off all our books. Free is better, but you take what you can get, right?
Category: Reviews of ARTK12 Books
Schoolmarm Ohio reviews ARTK12’s two latest children’s books. It’s never too young to start exposing your children to great art and architecture. These new children’s books are fun too. Get out!
It’s another review of ARTK12’s American Art History curriculum. Cummins Life reviews semester one including the textbook (not your traditional textbook!), the bingo game and the drawing book. Need ideas for the upcoming school year? Here you go!
Are you looking for something brilliant to do this summer? Well, look no more. Tiffany at Play Eat Grow thinks Kristin’s map book series is just that! See what she has to say.
It’s not exactly a review, technically it’s a description of a product: ARTK12’s American Art History Curriculum at the Rainbow Resource Center. Jess, the mom, has some very important things to say about Kristin’s curriculum. Enjoy!
What do you do when you homeschool seven children? Why of course you incorporate Draw the USA into your curriculum! What else would you do? Kathryn likes Draw the USA and so do A, B, C, D, E, F and G!
Thou Shalt Not Whine did not whine about ARTK12’s American Art History Volume I book bundle in this review. Not sure about silly humor for your students? Read on, you may change your mind.
Cathy Duffy is a curriculum specialist and author. Impressive! She reviews both the American Art History series and the Geography series. It’s a two for one special!
This is Kristin’s response to a 2 star review on Amazon.com. It gives a very good explanation of what she is trying to accomplish in her geography books.
Betsy over at Family Style Schooling has reviewed not one, not two, not three, but rather all nine of ARTK12’s geography books. Not sure about these books? This may help you decide.