Resource Review: National Geographic’s Field Guide to Birds

One of my favorite activities to undertake with my kids is heading out into nature and taking a look at what different forms of flora and fauna we see. I've been meaning to build a collection of field guides so I can help my kids to identify the different things we see. When I was … Continue reading Resource Review: National Geographic’s Field Guide to Birds

Resource Review: The Splendor of Birds

I have a confession: I don't like birds. I mean, I think they're absolutely beautiful creatures, but for some reason, they terrify me. That said, every one of my kids has been fascinated with birds - and with good reason. They fly, they're beautiful, and they're covered in feathers. National Geographic's The Splendor of Birds is … Continue reading Resource Review: The Splendor of Birds

Resource Review: National Geographic’s Space Atlas

My kids love space and all things planets and astronauts. I suspect a lot of kids feel the same (I know I did as a kid). When I was offered the opportunity to review National Geographic's Space Atlas, I was thrilled to do so. This volume is nothing less than stellar. The illustrations are vivid and … Continue reading Resource Review: National Geographic’s Space Atlas

Resource Review: Visual Atlas of the World

Every household should have an up-to-date-atlas, especially if that household is a homeschooling household. Recently, I received National Geographic's Visual Atlas of the World to review on this blog. The book is rather large (as an atlas should be) and it comes with a slip box to help keep it looking nice. In addition to containing … Continue reading Resource Review: Visual Atlas of the World