Yep…we’re having a 50% off sale to kick off the new year 2016. You can save at least 50% on many of our Ranger Press items. Some are ebooks and others are books we’ll ship to you. We are also offering a gift certificate on both WriteShop & IEW purchases. Scroll down to read more.
If you need a little help to get started with homeschooling in 2016, try one of these.
Sale ends Friday, January 8, 2016, midnight
- Wondering how to homeschool your child?
- Are you stuck in a rut when it comes to choosing curriculum?
- Do you buy the same ‘stuff’ each year just because you used it last year?
Realize that no single approach to homeschooling works for all ages and all subjects. Kerry Beck uses Christian principles for selecting the right approach for your child. She explains the following approaches, along with the advantages in different subjects at different stages of your child s development.
These approaches include: Classical, Charlotte Mason, Unit Studies, Biblical Principles, Traditional-Textbook, Unschooling-Resource Rich Environment, and Christian Leadership.
I was shocked to discover that most American children receive an Education Designed for the Poor…whether public school, private school or even homeschoolers! That’s right, most homeschool families and private schools provide an education historically designed for the poor. This type of education has also been called Conveyor Belt Education or Education from a Factory School.
Leadership Education teaches students “how to think” and prepares them to be leaders in their homes and communities, thus becoming entrepreneurs, church elders and statesmen. This is the type of education that I want for my children and I would guess you want for your children. It encourages thinking outside the box, which is difficult for a majority of Americans.
How Can You Give Your Children a Leadership Education?
I am now sitting down and working out my plan to incorporate all of this new stuff into my home, so I’m looking to others who have similar beliefs and goals who have gone before me for their input and advice. I joined your “Raising Leaders” team and hope to glean much advice and feedback there. Ultimately, I would like to share all of this with my local Christian homeschool group, so, again, I want to hear what those who’ve gone before me have found useful and not.
Your book covers a lot of that, but I’m always open for more information –
especially about what kinds of group activities are really necessary. Leah Jenik (Homeschool Mom)
Teach Your Children “How to Think” with Mentoring
Paperback retail $12.95
SALE PRICE $6.47
Independent Studies and learning “how to think” are goals of Leadership Education. Both are accomplished through classics and mentoring. Learn how to mentor your children with classics and real life. Discover how to teach your children to think for themselves while studying & discussing the classics.
Your books are very encouraging and informative. I am still reading and being challenged to make changes in my life and my children’s.
God Bless, Patti (Homeschool Mom)
- Do you struggle with Time Management?
- Do you want to work from home, while homeschooling?
- Are you struggling to get your husband on board?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, Girls Get Up & Go is for you. I spent time grilling each of these women about their strategies to get organized at home while staying at home & keeping their family happy. I also asked plenty of questions about keeping the spark in your marriage while you stay at home.
Homeschool Super Heroes (5 year package)
For 5 years, we interviewed experts in a wide variety of fields of homeschooling. For the first time ever, we’ve reduced the price for all 5 years of interviews (222 items) to ONLY $27.
Yes, you read that right…you get 74 audio interviews + 74 mini-books + 74 cheat sheets for ONLY $27. You’ll never see a deal like that again.
Who did we interview? Complete list here.
- Sally Clarkson (Wholeheart)
- Andrew Pudewa (IEW)
- Heidi St John (Busy Homeschool Mom)
- Heather MacMillan (We Choose Virtues)
- Linda Hobar (Mystery of History)
- Jill Pike (IEW)
- Kendra Fletcher (Preschoolers & Peace)
- and 67 other homeschool experts
A Father’s Stew (retail 14.95) SALE PRICE $7.48
As Christian dads, are you trying to juggle all of the areas of a your life by squeezing them into separate compartments, but the slippery rascals just won’t cooperate? And what happens when something is sealed up and you add a little pressure to it?
As Christian husbands and dads, we have been taught to compartmentalize our lives. To divide our lives into areas that we can contain and effectively manage. But what happens when we seal something up and add a little heat to it?
Can we be terribly surprised when one area in our life explodes and makes a mess on all the others?
Finally, someone has discovered that the Bible does NOT teach us to compartmentalize our lives, but to carefully BLEND the areas of family, work and ministry. Don’t settle for a TV dinner, make a stew! A stew that is described in Philippians 4:18 as a sweet-smelling aroma, an acceptable sacrifice, well pleasing to God.
Spend at least $35 on WriteShop resources, Get $10 gift certificate.
Spend over $70 on WriteShop resources. Get $20 gift certificate.
To see a complete listing of WriteShop resources, click here.
Spend at least $50 on IEW resources, Get $10 gift certificate.
Spend over $100 on IEW resources. Get $20 gift certificate.
To see a complete listing of IEW Resources, click here.
Gift certificates only apply to items in stock this week.
If we are out of an item, there will be NO backorders.
Sale ends Friday, January 8, 2016, midnight
Watch this blog for ideas on how to start your 2016 homeschool with a fantastic start!
Skies of the Cross
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