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Friday, October 7, 2022

Light of Mine Unit Study - Premium ~ a TOS review

Disclaimer: I received a Complimentary copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family and I pray you, the reader, find them helpful on your homeschooling journey. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC Regulations. 

 Morning friends! It’s the end of another week and I am excited to share a book review with you. Towers of Light Christian Resources LLC sent us the Light Of Mine Unit Study Premium to review, let me tell you about it.
We received the Premium resource which includes the Light of Mine paperback book, the Light of Mine Unit Study workbook, the Light of Mine Pathway Personal Player + an USB Flash Drive. The Pathway Personal Player comes with headphones, a cord to hang the player, plus a charger cord. Towers of Light Christian Resources LLC was gracious and send us two copies of the paperback book, workbook, and Pathway Personal Player for my two youngest, McKenzie (7th) and Micah (3rd).
The Light of Mine book tells the story of three siblings, twelve-year-old Lauren and her two little brothers, Aiden and Ethan, who set out to guard the Tower of Light that will help guide both of their parents back home to safety after they disappear. The trio fend for themselves and must learn to decipher who is a helper to them and the Tower or who is there to destroy the Light.

We played the Pathway Personal Player and let it read the story aloud to us. My children were both captured by the story from the first chapter that is narrated by Stacey Bradshaw. One day our Pathway Personal Player’s battery ran out mid-chapter. I quickly found the charger plug and we were all thankful and excited that the story picked up just where it cut off. The paperback workbook is filled with pages that contain memory verses, vocabulary, puzzles and coloring pages, comprehension questions, as well as art and science projects to complete.
Since there are so many activities to choose from over the course of the week there is plenty for your child to learn. You don’t have to do them all but choose from the buffet to your child’s ability and learning style. Both McKenzie and Micah have enjoyed the story and hearing how the children are able to battle darkness as they protect the Tower of Light. We also all enjoyed hearing the joke that that included each day in the workbook.
In this time when our children are faced with many scary situations and difficult choices each day, it’s nice to have access to quality literature to sill them with virtue and truth. While we are not quite finished with this unit study, we have enjoyed it tremendously! I love that we have the Pathway Personal Player to be able to take our story on the road as we drive to and from their sports practices. This story is a welcomed listen instead of listening to the radio.
Be sure to check out this unit study by heading over to the Towers of Light Christian Resources website to purchase your copy today. But don’t just take my word for it! Fourteen of my CrewMates have also reviewed this homeschool unit study. Click on the banner below and read their thoughts too.

  Unit Study 

 Format ~ paperback book, workbook, USB flash drive, and Pathway Personal Player
 Price ~ $54.99 
 Ages ~ grades 3-6+
  Towers of Light Christian Resources, LLC

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