Friday, September 19, 2014

60 Homeschooling Tips from 60 Years of Homeschooling {Review and Giveaway}


Ever wish you could sit down with an older, wiser, experienced homeschooling mom and learn all the nitty-gritty details of how she really pulled off this thing called homeschooling??

Now you can glean from not one, but two, of the wisest homeschooling moms I know!  These two amazing ladies have 60 years of homeschooling experience between them!!! They have pooled their knowledge in this new ebook where they share 60 Homeschooling Tips from 60 Years of Homeschooling!  This book is a treasure chest of gold nuggets of wisdom that will help veteran and rookie homeschoolers alike!



These tips are not untested theories put forth by idealistic new homeschoolers who want their moment of fame.  Both of these ladies have persevered through the years and these tips have stood the test of time (and 15 children)!!

I have actually learned to implement many of these strategies in my own homeschool through the years . . . but I sure wish I could have started my homeschool journey with this wisdom!!  You have the opportunity to benefit from those who have gone before you blazing a trail through unfamiliar territory.  These two ladies have created a path of wisdom that will make your journey so much easier!

Homeschooling can be a challenging, stretching experience!  If  you need encouragement, practical help, reassurance, or redirection in your homeschooling journey, this book is for you!  Unbelievably, it is only $5.00!!!  Believe me, these tips are worth at least three times that amount! For about the cost of a fancy Latte, you can have a Lotta encouragement that will take you through many years of homeschooling! :)

I wholeheartedly and enthusiastially endorse this ebook, and I believe this little treasure may become the book that you re-read every year before kicking off a new school year!

I encourage you to buy this ebook and to also enter my giveaway!  The authors are generously allowing me to give away two digital copies of their book!  So, if you buy a copy and win a copy, no problem -- you'll have one to share with a friend!  :)

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11 comments:

Crystal Green said...

I struggle with maintaining patience throughout the day with teaching the kids.

TysonHoneyFarm said...

I struggle with time management and and not falling behind! And giving each child one on one time for tougher subjects. Thanks for the giveaway!

Pam said...

This is timely! At 4 this morning, after getting my baby back to sleep, my doubts and worries began to surface keeping me from the rest I needed. I gave the burden to the Lord in prayer and then I thought of you Elizabeth and your 10, (I only have 6) and wished I could sit with you and learn your methods. Well, I will for sure check out this link with your recommendation.

Kathy - mom of many said...

I enjoy homeschooling, but I struggle with having people at home all the time. I feel like I can't catch my breath. Two steps forward and one step back...sometimes three steps back.

Smith Family said...

The hardest part of homeschooling for me is doing it everyday at the same time everyday.

Kathy Gossen said...

Doing it all...lol. Oh wait, I know the answer to that, you can't. Probably my biggest struggle is patience when they don't "get it" and figuring out how to help them so they do. After all, we always want the best for them.

Happy Busy Mama said...

I struggle with over - estimating what I can do and under estimating the time it will take. :-)

busymomof10 said...

Amen to that Lori! :)

Tauna M said...

I've been reading this book and love it! Such a wealth of wisdom. :)

Michelle Caskey said...

Yes, I completely agree. I would have loved having wisdom like this to learn from when I was a new homeschooler! Even now, after having homeschooled for 12 years, I'm still able to pick up some new tips. Definitely worth the price!!!

Abi Craig said...

Yes, a whole lot of encouragement for $5. I'm amazed and grateful for the service these ladies have provided in making this information so easily accessible. And in such a friendly way that I did feel almost like I was sitting down for tea with them.

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