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Freebies for you!

I have been a member of the Schoolhouse review crew for over 5 years now, and it has been a blessing and joy to be able to try out so many products and share them with you.



The Old Schoolhouse has been quite generous this month, and has decided to allow me to offer to you 1-3 digital downloads from their store for FREE.

These are what I picked for you:

Communicate, Write, and Organize Your Way to Homeschool Success

(A value  of $15.60)

Learn how to organize your homeschool, overcome writing woes, and teach writing skills all in one amazing e-book bundle. Bring success to your school one skill at a time.


Communication Skills


E-Book #1: Just How Important are Communications Skills
E-Book #2: Play What You Mean
E-Book #3: Communication Skills and Your Gifted Child


Writting Woes

E-Book #4: Growing Authors and Illustrators

E-Book #5: Helping the Reluctant Writer

E-Book #6: Why Does My Child Hate to Write



The Organizational Bundle

E-Book #7: Organize Your Homeschool

E-Book #8: Inexpensive Organization


Living and learning on one income: how twelve families make it work

(A value of $12.45)

Perhaps you are convicted and grounded in your decision to be a one-income family, but you’d love to learn how other families make it work for them. Then this is the book for you.





Secrets of successful homeschooling

(A value of $12.45)

“Can you homeschool?” Paul and Gena Suarez bring you this E-Book,  to show you that, “Yes! You CAN homeschool!” Whether you are a new parent, or a veteran, this E-Book holds something for everyone.

All you need to do to get these is got to the Old Schoolhouse online store and use the coupon code: JUCREW16 at checkout!
This code is valid until the end of April, so get it as soon as possible! And while you're there don' forget to like their page on Facebook, as well as the Schoolhouse Review crew Facebook page.


Comments

Crystal Green said…
You promoted different things than I did, but I was interested in them too. I'm glad I saw your post on FB. I was able to read some great books too. :)
Lori said…
Wonderful products! Thank you for sharing them.

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