How To Homeschool My Child

6 Resources to Help You with DIY Projects for Kids & Teens

I’ve been talking about DIY projects for kids, teens & adults this past week and how The Ultimate DIY Bundle could help your homeschool.  You may be wondering if it’s really worth it. Are the ebooks & resources just for adults? Or for your kids & teens, too?

Let me share some of my favorite DIY ebooks that you can use in your homeschool.

  1. Chalk Pastels Through the Seasons (9.99)
    Art lessons at your fingertips for all ages. Perfect for homeschoolers. Written by homeschool mom for homeschoolers.
  2. Sew a Skirt (10.00)
    Integrates LOTS of math with homemaking. Use your own measurements to create & make a skirt.
  3. Reuse, Refresh, Repurpose (3.99)
    Help your kids learn how to recycle intentionally. Clean out your closet & make something useful.
  4. Easy Mod Podge Decor for Your Home (10.00)
    So much fun. Let each of your kids choose a project for their room. Use it as art lessons.
  5. A Summer of Stories (4.00)
    Supplemental writing program to the one you’re using. Learn the elements of a story. 10 prompts so your kids can apply the elements & write 10 stories. Printables included for each story prompt.
  6. Life According to Me (5.97)
    Use the printables for your kids to write about themselves.  Easy to do one page each week. Compile all the pages when you are finished & decorate as art.

If you’re worried about buying The Ultimate DIY Bundle only to realize it isn’t quite right for you, rest assured that you’re covered by the Ultimate Bundles 30-day guarantee. That means you have a full month to enjoy all the eBooks and eCourses in the bundle, and if you don’t think they provided enough value or weren’t exactly what you were hoping for, you’ll get a full refund.

The contents of the Ultimate DIY Bundle are worth over $1,200 in total, but you can get everything today for the astounding price of just $34.95! Everything is yours to keep forever, and you can read it all on any device of your choice!

Hurry though! The Ultimate DIY Bundle will only be on sale until tonight – 11:59pm EST on Monday, January 26.

Click here to buy your copy of The Ultimate DIY Bundle today!

What type of DIY projects for kids or teens are you planning for 2015? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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