Giveaway & FREEBIE for all listeners

I have great news for everyone today… a freebie to all our Homeschool Super Heroes listeners.  Before I share that, here’s who you’ll be hearing from today.

janine latulippe - homeschool super hero about homeschooling | HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

I met Janine LaTulippe of True Aim Education in a blog hop earlier this year.  She has a Manners Game on her site that has over 107,000 pins. This afternoon, Janine will be sharing how to make learning fun, practical, Biblical & simple. If you’re a homeschool mom, don’t miss this one!

Janine is giving away a copy of her Pre-K and K Phonics Program.  Enter to win at the end of this post.

 

PreK & K Phonics Book Set giveaway | HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

By the time your children finish the Complete Phonics Reading Book Set they will be confident readers.  Our Book Set covers all the letter sounds, combinations, words and punctuation that they will need to know for preschool and kindergarten.  In fact, once complete your children will have a good head start on 1st grade.  Writing and Penmanship is also included, along with six Early Readers!  So, for 14.99 you will have everything you need!

chris & wendy jeub - homeschool super hero about debate & speech | HowToHomeschoolMyChild.comThis evening, we have a special treat, Chris & Wendy Jeub. . . .homeschool mom & dad.  First of all, they will share how to teach your children speech & debate in homeschooling, whether you have young or older kids.  They will also share their own, personal story about love at home & raising 16 kids of their own. You definitely want to hear Chris & Wendy.

Jeub's Guide to Speech & Debate from How to Homeschool My Child.comChris & Wendy have a free gift to everyone who listens to their interview.  When you log on to the page so you can listen, you’ll find the link to Chris & Wendy’s link.  In addition to their freebie for everyone, they will choose 3 lucky winners for a free copy of their $20 book, Jeub’s Guide to Speech & Debate and $20 of curriculum supplements. To enter & win one of these prizes, just go to the page where you can listen to Chris & Wendy. You’ll find the links there.

If you are wondering where to listen to Chris & Wendy Jeub, be sure you are registered for Homeschool Super Heroes. When you register, you’ll receive an email that says where to listen to all interviews.



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16 Comments

  1. I am grateful for the interviews! I have many antagonists of homeschool in my family circle and this is my first year teaching my DD. I need all of the reinforcement I can get. The Lord may have called me to do this, but he didn’t quiet the mouths of those who would discourage me.

    1. Heather,
      Please stop by my blog every week. I hope to have an encouraging post for you, as well as fun activities for your family. BTW…you’re doing a great work!

  2. I appreciate the knowledge and wisdom of those who have paved the way in homeschooling. I will be homeschooling my two children and am grateful for the superheroes of homeschooling who willing to share what has worked for them.

  3. I am enjoying the lineup of speakers. The interviews have been an encouragement to my day.

    Thank you for creating HS Super Heroes!

  4. I’m learning so many new things! We need to encourage all who choose homeschooling. When I started, there were discouraging comments from librarians, other moms, family members, etc. All the comments only served to confirm my passions.. with a twist .. ‘teaching and science’ I served as a public and Christian school teacher. I always had a sad thought.. while I was teaching, someone other than myself will be teaching my children. Well, the rest is history! Thanks so much for making the interviews possible.

    1. I’m sorry you’ve had negative comments about homeschooling. It is interesting that your librarians are discouraging. When we homeschooled, our public librarians were wholeheartedly supportive. They told me how impressed they were with homeschool kids. I’m glad these are encouraging to you!

  5. Kerry, I’ve been trying to paste my tweet’s URL onto the giveaways, but I can’t figure out how to do it correctly. Grateful for your help.

  6. As someone just starting to look into homeschooling options and methods, I’m thankful there are so many resources available for help! Thank you for putting this together.

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