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Start 2017 with 50% on Homeschool Resources

Start 2017 with 50% on Homeschool Resources

Yep…we’re having a 50% off sale to kick off 2017! I remember trying to get ready for the new year, after the holidays. Some times, I needed an extra kick to  prepare for my homeschool. That’s why I’m offering these homeschool resources at a huge discount.  I’ve tested & used each of the strategies in these… Continue Reading

IEW Super Deal Extended {Tech Problems}

Several of you had difficulties ordering IEW, so we are extending the Super Deal and adding a little bonus . . . If you still have difficulties ordering, please reply to this email and we will manually enter your order. Technology is great…when it works! The Labor Day Super Deal applied to any purchase of… Continue Reading

The Best Topic to Teach Writing

The Best Topic to Teach Writing

Last week I shared a writing tip you could use to teach writing in your homeschool. Since that time I was once again reminded how important it is to let your children have some ownership over their writing topics. Let me share my story…. Hunter was 12 and working on the IEW Student Writing Intensive… Continue Reading

Motivating Your Children – How to Teach Writing

Motivating Your Children – How to Teach Writing

Do you have children that complain about writing assignments? A few summers ago, I discovered (again) that giving my children a purpose for writing increases their motivation and willingness to fulfill their assignments.  It is also a fantastic way to teach the process of writing format through publishing. Many years ago, all three of my… Continue Reading

Labor Day Super Deals

Labor Day Super Deals

You have 3 days for some awesome Labor Day Super Deals Homeschool Super Heroes Bundle 5 years of all Homeschool Super Hero interviews (all 74 of them) for only $37.That’s 50 cents for an interview/transcript/cheat sheet. What else can you buy for 50 cents.  One cup of Grande Starbucks coffee is much more … $2.17… Continue Reading

Getting Off the Conveyor Belt in High School Homeschool {Question of the Day}

Getting Off the Conveyor Belt in High School Homeschool {Question of the Day}

What if children are in high school homeschool when wanting to get off the conveyor belt and aren’t too interested in reading? Where do you start and what should you require? This question is in response to my comments on Start School Right webinar where I discuss hopping off the public school conveyor belt to… Continue Reading

How to Use Reading Journals to Help Teach Writing

How to Use Reading Journals to Help Teach Writing

Why should you use reading journals with your students? Personally, I believe reading journals are an excellent way to have your students interact with their readings and improve their writing at the same time.  Whether your kids are six or sixteen they can write about what they read and begin their journal writing programs.  Let… Continue Reading

Kick Off 2016 with a Homeschool Sale

Kick Off 2016 with a Homeschool Sale

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…. Continue Reading

4th of July Lesson Plans – Independence Day Writing Lesson

4th of July Lesson Plans – Independence Day Writing Lesson

We have a special just for you – Free 4th of July Lesson Plans or more specifically, Independence Day Writing Lesson. (Please pin & share with others) Wondering  how you can get your free writing lesson? We’re giving this with every IEW order – through July 4, 2014.  Invest in one of IEW’s excellent resources… Continue Reading

Olympics Activity Guide {Olympics Activities for Kids}

Olympics Activity Guide {Olympics Activities for Kids}

Finally… I finished my Olympics Activity Guide & Printables.  I started before the Olympics began, but “the urgent” kept crowding out my time.  If you want your FREE copy of this guide, just fill in your first name and primary email below and we will email our Olympics Activities for Kids printables to you.  … Continue Reading