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Planet 316 Story Bible – A Homeschool Crew Review

This is a review post. I received this item in exchange for my honest review. Below you will find just that, my honest review.

Kids Bibles, we see them everywhere we go. We want to teach them the Bible at a young age, but this young age loves to play with technology. So, how do you mix what you want your kids to learn with how they want to learn? Planet 316 and WorthyKids/Ideals has done that for you with their Planet 316 Story Bible and the companion Planet 316 Story Bible App.

What It Is

The Planet 316 Story Bible is a color-filled Bible filled with over 100 Bible stories. Each of these stories is written for the child. Each story holds the main facts, but they are written in a much more story-like tone. The Planet 316 Story Bible has stories from both the Old Testament and the New Testament.

All of our favorite stories are covered as we looked over the Table of Contents. The stories range from Creation, Adam and Eve, Jacob, Moses, The Ten Commandments and Ray Ray’s favorite David and Goliath in the Old Testament. The New Testament had the stories of Mary and Joesph, the birth of Jesus, Jesus’ growing up and teachings, and his death and resurrection. This meant that I was able to use this Bible for our Bible time each day, and even on Sundays when I was teaching Sunday School! After reading the story, we were able to explore the story with the app.

The companion app that goes along with this Bible is free to download on Apple or Andriod devices. You must have a rear-facing camera for the app to access. Once you finish a story, you turn on the app, let it scan the picture on the page and watch your story come off the page with augmented reality! The kids were beyond excited to see the story instead of just listening to it.

After we scanned the picture and seen the characters come off the page, we were able to touch the different characters to see what they had to say. The kids found this to be really fun and couldn’t wait for their turn to try it out! They were also happy to show it to our pastor when he stopped over one day!

What We Thought

The kids loved to “play” with this Bible, but we found that we had to have two people using it together. We needed one to hold the page open, and the other could work the app. I think this Bible would be great in a format that would allow it to lay flat on the ground or table. Other than that, we had no issues, and that really wasn’t that bad of an issue! All of my kids loved to pull this out, and Little Miss even told me that she “loved to play the Bible when game time was over.” She knew that I wouldn’t say no to the Bible as fast as I would a video game, and she was right!

If you are looking for a fun and interactive way to bring the Bible stories you love to life for your kids, this may be what you are looking for. They get to be on the technology they are growing up with, and you get to see them learning the stories of the Bible that you want them to. It is a win-win for the both of you!

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Putting on the Spirit Devotion – A Review

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As a homeschool mom to four busy kids, I don’t always enjoy my time alone with God as I should. It feels like my days just zoom by way too fast. I wanted to find something that would help me to find time with God that wouldn’t take too long. I found that in Putting on the Spirit: Ten-Minute Devotions for Busy Moms from Paradise Praises.

Putting on the Spirit is a 28-day devotion for moms who don’t have a lot of time. This is a small paperback that is easy enough to carry around with your Bible. You are to keep a journal with this. You can easily grab any notebook and use that, or you can grab the free printable one that Katie has provided, the link is in the introduction to the book.

By using this devotion, you are admitting that there is something more important than that super mommy cape that you seem to feel like you always need to wear. And by recognizing this, you will find that it is easy to find the time to feel refreshed and renewed.

As you go through this devotion, you will cover the spirit of love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, and temperance. You will spend 2-3 days on each of these, with the last day focusing on the whole fruit of the spirit.

Each day you will start with a Bible verse, Galatians 5:22-23. After you read this verse, you will focus on the fruit of the spirit for the day. You will find definitions, other Bible verses that talk about the spirit and ways to incorporate this into your daily life.

I started without the free companion workbook, and I am upset with myself for this. I wish I would have printed it and used it. This workbook has everything right there for you to use. The exercises that you do after reading can range from copying a Bible verse to making lists or writing down how the verse relates to you. The exercises at the end of each day really make the devotion hit home. You are able to see how this relates to you and your life.

I didn’t realize how easy it was to carve time out of my day each day to be with God. Putting on the Spirit has helped me. It made me slow down, take off my cape and rely on someone other than myself. This devotion did not take a lot of my time, and it was effortless to use and fit into my day. I was able to sit down with my coffee most mornings and reflect. This put me in a better mood for the whole day. I felt stronger after spending time Putting on the Spirit.

If you are a busy mom who doesn’t think she has enough time to spend time with God, you have not grabbed hold of Putting on the Spirit.

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Drive Thru History Adventures – A Homeschool Crew Review

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History is a subject that the kids in my house love to learn about. But I am not too big of a fan. That means it is hard for me to find what they need to learn in a fun way. No longer am I having that issue now that we have the history videos from Drive Thru History Adventures.

What Is It

Drive Thru History Adventures is an online program that gives you access to World History, American History, and Bible History Adventures videos and curriculum resources. This is a great way to make history come alive for your children, and bring the right to the site of where these things happened!

What do I mean by that? Drive Thru History videos bring you on site with host Dave Stotts to see where history happened. This brings the past alive for you and your students. I add you into this because you will find yourself sucked into the videos as much as your children are.

We focused on Bible History Adventures and American History for this review. Moe Man was bored with his current Bible study, so we tried this and got two thumbs up. Ray Ray and Little Miss are learning American History this year, and we decided that Drive Thru History was an excellent resource for that.

How We Used It

We used this program in two different ways to meet the needs of our children. First, Moe Man used Bible History Adventures as a daily Bible Study. This means that every day during our school week, Moe Man would use Bible History Adventures to help him dig deeper into his Bible Study.

The beginning of the week, Moe Man would take the time and watch the episode while completing the discussion questions. But that was not the end of it for him. With the curriculum available on the website, we were able to build on each lesson. For each video, there is a Bible passage or two that go along with the topic of the video. It is available to read online, but I would have Moe Man read it in his Bible. Finally, we would finish the week with the Dig Deeper articles. These were a great way to find more about the topic, and I would have Moe Man write me a short paper on each of the ones he read.

The American History Adventures was set up in much the same way, only instead of Bible passages, there were articles that go along with the topic, like the Mayflower Compact or The Declaration of Independence.

Since I was using this with Ray Ray as a supplement, we used this a little differently. We didn’t do a lot of the Dig Deeper articles unless Ray Ray was interested in something. We would watch the videos, usually having extra family members join in and we would discuss the questions at the end. Where I had Moe Man write the answers out, Ray Ray would verbally give me the answers.

What We Thought

The kids were in love with this site! They were in love with the videos! Even Daddy wanted to watch with the kids. I would have to say that the videos were the favorite part of the whole thing for the kids. They were well made with Dave Stotts talking to us as the viewers. We never felt like we were watching some boring history video, to us we were watching a fun show that we wanted to binge watch all day.

I personally love that each of these three sections are set up in a way that when used as a full curriculum, we can open and go. All the information for each episode is on that page of the site. There are beautiful pictures and fun little “side road” notes about each lesson. Moe Man was able to spend time on here without needing assistance from me, which he loves and the younger kids were able to play around on the pages to watch what they wanted and read more as they wanted.

My favorite part about all of this? The Adventures TV! This is where I would let the kids go crazy and watch what they wanted. This is set up like many of our streaming apps, and all the videos from all the programs are available, this also includes Behind the Scenes and Dave’s Adventures. These are the favorite sections for the kids and me!

If you are looking for a fun and interactive history curriculum, this is going to be your best bet! What is even better, if you grab your own annual subscription, you can get The Gospels DVD collection for free, right here.

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Resurrection Day: An Easter Activity & Coloring Book – A Review

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Easter is one of my favorite holidays. No, it is not because of the bunny or the eggs that I have to find a time to hide. Easter has so much meaning that I just love the holiday. Finding resources that allow my kids to have fun with this holiday without the silly bunny can be hard to find. Resurrection Day from Paradise Praises is a fun little activity book that stays true to the meaning of Easter.

What Is It

Resurrection Day is a 30-page book full of activities that are focused on resurrection day! The activities range from beginning sounds, roll, and stamp, crosswords, word finds, cursive and printing practice along with coloring pages. Not only that, but you have the option of English or Spanish pages to complete.

This is a book full of activities, none of which need to be used in any specific order. Do you have a child who loves word finds? Do those first. Working on cursive skills? Do those page first! Have a bored child? Give them the coloring pages to fill out!

How We Used It

This book covers a range of ages. Because of this, we were able to use this one book with both Ray Ray and Litlle Miss. Even Baby Girl hopped in on the fun from time to time. We were able to keep this book on hand, so when I got the whole “Mom, I am bored.” statements, I was able to hand this book to the said child and allow them to have some fun doing something that is not a screen.

I did not have any lesson plans that I used for this Resurrection Day. I used this as I would any activity book. When the kids get bored, this book comes out, and we talk about what we are working on as we work on it. That is how simple it is to use something for learning in the homeschool environment. Find what works and make it happen!

What We Thought

With this activity book, we were given permission to make photocopies for our household. This makes it great when one child wants to do the same page as another. The activities were a great variety of simple things for the little kids and the more advanced for, the older kids. I was able to let Baby Girl (3) do pages as well as Ray Ray (9) and Little Miss (6). I am sure that Moe Man (17) could have found something, but he has been busy these last few weeks.

My kids loved the change in school, while still learning about Easter. I was happy to see them having fun and knowing that they were learning. I love that there is a wide range of activities and that I am able to make the additional copies to use for everyone. This was a fun activity book that is helping us get ready for the Easter holiday in a way that I am happy about!

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2018 Grapevine Studies Biblical Calendar

2018 Biblical Calendar

How is your New Year going? Have you set your goals for the year? Is one of them to have a calendar that encourages you and is fun at the same time? Grapevine Studies is a program that I love for the kids Bible Studies, but I have fallen in love with their 2018 Biblical Calendar.

2018 Biblical Calendar

This calendar is different from other calendars. This is a modern calendar mixed together with a biblical calendar. The biblical references come from Christian tradition and Jewish history. There are modern holidays on the calendar, like New Year’s, but there is so much more!

2018 Biblical Calendar

While it is nice to see the modern holidays, it was a new thing for me to see the biblical holidays. I didn’t know that Jesus was baptized on January 7, nor did I know that it was on November 6th that Noah left the ark. There are so many things that I didn’t know, well I knew they happened, I just didn’t know when during the year they happened.

2018 Biblical Calendar

How do they show this on the calendar? Oh, they show you in their typical stick figure way! This delights me. The kids know the stick figures, they love the stick figures and having the stick figures hanging on the wall makes for a fun discussion as we go about our days. I can’t wait to go over the notes with the kids as we come up on new events!

2018 Biblical Calendar

Now, with how in awe I was over the calendar pages, I didn’t even mention the pictures that go with each month! There are biblical verses that are paired with the perfect pictures to beautify any room you hang this calendar in.

2018 Biblical Calendar

I am thoroughly enjoying flipping through the pages of this calendar and learning a lot of new things about biblical history. I love having the notes book next to me as I go through the calendar and look forward to simple little bits of learning throughout the year not only for myself, but also for my kids!

Right now, Grapevine Studies is having a sale that you don’t want to miss! You can get 20% off these beautiful calendars. Not only that, but you are also able to get 20% off the Old Testament and New Testament Overviews this month!

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The Jesus Storybook Bible and Junie B. – Blogging Through the Alphabet

Jesus Storybook Bible

It is that time of week again. We are back with another week of Blogging Through the Alphabet! I, along with my co-hosts are happy to have you here with us! This week, Kirsten from Doodle Mom and DaLynn from Biblical Womanhood, along with myself have spent some time writing about the letter J. I was torn this week, as we are reading two great J books, so you are lucky and get to hear about them both!

Jesus Storybook Bible

The first book that I want to share with you is The Jesus Storybook Bible. This book was been my favorite for a long time. I own it on the Kindle and have dreamed of the day I could hold it in my hands. This past Easter, our church put on an egg hunt, the big prizes were based on Bible verses. Little Miss won a physical copy of the Bible!

Jesus Storybook Bible

We love this Bible. It is so colorful and the stories, while they are stories for the littlest of kids, they are based on the Bible stories. We loved following the stories along with the major holidays, like Easter and Christmas. Heck, you can even do a Pinterest search and have a full Advent study straight from this Bible.

Jesus Storybook Bible

Not only that, but recently we have found that the stores from The Jesus Storybook Bible can be found on Jelly Telly! This is our favorite app to let the kids watch cartoons on, so finding these on there was so much fun!

The second book, is actually a series. Little Miss and I are in love with Junie B., First Grader. This is such a cute series with Junie B. Jones. We are not working in any order at this time, just whatever we find at the library. We have almost finished Cheater Pants. I think I have laughed almost as much as Little Miss during this book about cheating and friendship, oh and May!

Jesus Storybook Bible

Junie B. is so funny. She has answers for everything, just like Little Miss and her attitude reminds me of Little Miss on every page! Maybe that is why we love to cuddle and read it before bed every night! I was surprised to know that Junie B. has been around for 20 years now! I never got the chance to read her books, in first grade (shh…this may give away my age), but I am thankful that I have a fun series to share with Little Miss while she is in first grade and beyond!

Jesus Storybook Bible

What is your favorite J book? Have you read either The Jesus Storybook Bible or any of the Junie B. books?


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Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack – A Homeschool Crew Review

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Having something fun for the kids when learning new things about God and Jesus is always fun. If the kids can get their hands on something, they will be more interested. They will pay more attention if you get them interested. Let the Little Children Come lets you get an idea of what they have to offer with their Gospel Tracts and Evangelism Tools Sampler Pack.

This sampler pack includes the 10 most popular products that Let the Little Children Come has to offer. We had the chance to get our hands on the Wordless Bracelet Kit, Silicone Salvation Bracelet, Wordless Book, 2 Gospel Button FlipAbouts, 3 Animated Tracts and 2 Pop-up Tracts. With this variety, each of my kids was able to find something they loved!

The Wordless Book, Bracelet Kit and Silicone Salvation Bracelet all go together. These focus on colors to remind us the stories in the Bible. Five colors tell us all we need to remember that we have sinned, Jesus died for us, God loves us and wants us in heaven and that we need a relationship with Jesus. Each child loved a different one of these…Ray Ray loved just having a bracelet he could wear while Little Miss wanted to be crafty and make her own bracelet. Either way, they could look at this bracelet and remember what each color stood for.

The Pop-up Tracts are just that. A story with pop-up pictures to go with each page. While all the kids loved the stories, Baby Girl really loved the Pop-up aspect the most of these little books. Each story takes a Biblical story and incorporates into modern day. This is why the older loved the stories so much, they could relate to them. The illustrations and pop-ups were just a fun add on for them.

Now the favorite two items in this sampler pack were the Animated Tracts and the FlipAbouts. These two were a hit with the middle kids, 6 and 9. These were not just a story to read or a bracelet to wear. These added an extra step in when they kids were using them and this was what they wanted, something to do with their hands!

The Gospel Button FlipAbouts are fun little squares that change their picture as you fold and open them up. We received two of these, one with words to read as we tried to figure out the trick behind the fold and open secret and the second was just symbols. This is a great one to use during a lesson and talk about each symbol as you open it up. The instructions that come with this help you to explain each symbol, ask questions about the symbol and relate that symbol to certain Bible verses. These are a fun way to take a break in your Bible study and just have fun one night.

Finally, the Animated Tracts. These were the hit in our house. These fun little stories grab your child’s attention when they find out that the pictures move on each page! Taking the stripped plastic sheet over the pages and moving it from side to side allowed the picture to move. The kids had so much fun with these books. “Mom, look at this picture, what do the words say?” were common words coming from Little Miss as she played with these books!

This sampler pack gave me a great idea as to what the kids had an interest in. The funny thing, each child had a different interest. If I were a Youth Director at church, this pack would help me find what each level could use to enrich their learning. This pack would allow me to know what I want, and what we could wait on. Every item was enjoyed by some member of our family, and I am bringing this in to church to let them take a look as well. As a Sunday School teacher, I feel there are at least 3+ things we could use in our lessons to help the children bring what they learn into their everyday lives.

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Weave Your Word in Me – A Homeschool Crew Review

I love finding a Bible study that brings the words alive to my children. One that lets them study the Bible on their own, and brings new meaning to what they read. Kid Niche Christian Books does just this with Weave Your Word in Me — Part 1.

Weave Your Word in Me – Part 1 consists of 36 Bible lessons for grades 4-6, or as a family devotion. There are 72 color illustrated pages on 70# paper already 3-holed punched and ready to go into a binder. You also have an answer key that can be used with 6 major translations of the Bible; KJV, NIV, ESV, NKJV, NASB, and NABRE. We used the Bible app on our Kindle and switched between a few of the translations to see the difference. Our two favorites that seemed to work the best were the KJV and NIV translations.

I had Ray Ray, 3rd grade, as his daily Bible study for school. We used it 4-5 days each week. There is a Kid friendly version of the Lord’s Prayer that the kids work on memorizing while using this study. While I was turned off by this idea, when I sat down and read the prayer and seen it compared side by side with the Lord’s Prayer, I fell in love. Will I replace the Lord’s Prayer, no, but I will add My Whole Self Before YOU prayer to our memorization list! This prayer is written in a great way to bring to life what we are saying in the Lord’s Prayer. It helped us to understand it better and was a great addition to our prayers.

The memorization of My Whole Self Before YOU is broken down verse by verse. You focus on one verse over many lessons. It will take both parts of Weave Your Word in Me to complete the memorization. On the side of each page is the verse you are working on for the week. Every day at the start and end of the lesson you are able to read this verse to help work on the memorization.

Each lesson is filled with fun learning activities. These can range from cartoons, charts, definitions, drawings, fill in the blanks, etc. But no matter what the activity, you are told exactly where to find these answers in your Bible. You start by reading a section of the Bible, and using that section to answer some questions, fill in some blanks or answer some True or False questions. Finishing up each lesson is done with a prayer.

This prayer is two parts. The first part is a fill in the blank of the verse we are working on memorizing. This helps work on the memorization, if you hide it from the side of the page. The second part of this prayer is either a fill in the blank from the lesson, or an add your own thoughts and prayers. I love finishing the lesson this way.

Ray Ray loves his Bible time with using Weave Your Word in Me. The lessons were fun, and they kept him interested. They brought things to light in a fun and easy way. The new prayer was one that we loved. We are working to memorize it just as we have The Lord’s Prayer and all of our other prayers. None of the lessons were too long, and while they were fun, they were not filled with fluff. Everything was of importance and was taught in the perfect way.

We look forward to finishing Part 1 and moving on to Part 2. This is a Bible study that is great for us, and I can’t wait to have Little Miss using this when she gets older. If you want to see how others are using this Bible Study, head on over and check out their reviews right here:

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Worship

Today is the first day of October. It is the start of the weather cooling down, leaves changing colors and yet the beginning of something new at the same time. During October, bloggers like to challenge themselves with writing a post a day for the whole month! There are many ways to do this.

One of those ways is with the Five-Minute Friday Crew. They love to take one word each Friday through the whole year. You get 5 minutes to write what comes to mind during that five minutes on that one word. For October, they have given us a list of words, one for each day of the month. While I love the five-minute idea, I want to take this as my guide for the day. Something to give me an idea on what to write about and tell you more about us over the month. While some busy days, it may just be what comes to mind!

Today’s word is Worship.

This word brings up so much for me. I grew up in a church, we went to church every Sunday, we went to church school every Wednesday. It was what I needed to learn about worship, and faith. But as I grew up, had children of my own, I wanted something more for them.

I wanted my kids to learn how to really worship the Lord. I didn’t want it to be a chore twice a week. I wanted it to be something fun. I wanted to find a church we loved. A church the kids loved. They are the future of the church, and I want them to be happy and loving it.

After moving to a new town, and trying to find that just right church where we could go to worship, we were looking. It came to us during our town fair. When the kids were handed cards for a local church’s Vacation Bible School. The price was right, and I had been eyeing up the church for a few months. We made the move and went for it!

After that week, both of my middle kids had given their hearts and lives to God. One week, that is all it took for them. To me, that meant we had found a good church! The kids have since loved going to Sunday School, mind you, they do have their days. They love to tell me what they are learning about God and they love to choose the Christian radio when we are in the car.

Moe Man was also welcomed in with open arms. Through our church, he has found what friends are, how they act and how they treat each other. Not only is he learning to worship God, but he is learning how God is present in his everyday life!

So, today, we are gathered with our friends and church family and spending some time worshiping the God we love! I hope that you have your church family and friends that you can spend today with as well!

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The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls – A Homeschool Crew Review

Are you ready to run from a rhino or ride an elephant? Are you ready to witness the creation of earth, one day at a time? What about hiding from evil people who won’t let you talk about the name of God. Do you want to help Noah finish the ark and fight the Dark Ruler? Your kids will have the chance to do just that as they read through The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls from WorthyKids/Ideals.

My kids love books, especially books that bring the stories of the bible alive in a way that is understandable to them. The Secret of the Hidden Scrolls brings the children into a world of solving a mystery, the Secret Scroll, before time is up. This series is written with ages 6-9 in mind with a reading level for grades 1-3.

We started reading these during our quiet time during the day, but found that right before bed was the best time, we were already all together for prayers, so finishing that up with these books was a great end to the day! All four kids enjoyed listening to the story being read aloud, from 2-year-old Baby Girl to 17-year-old Moe Man.

The first book, the Beginning, is all about just that, the beginning. We meet Peter and Mary and their dog Hank. They have gone to spend some time with their great-uncle Solomon. What at first seems to be a boring time, turns out to be an adventure when they hear the story of The Secret Hidden Scrolls.

When Peter and Mary find the scroll in the library, they did not expect to end up traveling to the beginning of time. Yes, the beginning, when there was nothing. They watched as each day happened while trying to figure out the missing words from the scroll. After meeting with Michael, the angel, they learn that they need to figure out the words or they will be stuck here forever.

After trying to figure out the words and finding a few, the kids meet the snake. He is a good, helpful snake, but he is only after one thing. The snake wants to make sure that no one ruins his plans, he wants to make sure no one loves or believes in God. The kids are able to see past this, and ask for help. Upon asking for help, Michael arrives to help, simply saying “I was waiting for you to ask.” This is a great reminder to all of us, we just simply need to ask for help.

Book two takes us to the time of Noah. Peter and Mary, along with Hank are now faced with helping Noah get ready for the flood. The town around them has turned against God and that is all due to the Dark Lord. After the kids realize that they need to ask for help, Michael comes to help again!

At the end of the book, you have a section that tells you were to find this story in your bible. This was my favorite part.

My kids fell in love with these books and characters. They are very upset we don’t have book 3 yet. I can tell you, that from the fun and adventure we have when reading these, we will continue to add them to our collection! The words are easy to read and the pages have pictures to help break up the words. The chapters are short, we can easily read two of them before bed each night.

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