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Homeschool For $1 per Month!
Where else can you homeschool online for a full month for $1 and have use of all 400+ courses, hundreds of streaming videos, tests/quizzes/answer keys, certificates of achievement, portfolio builder, report card generator and transcripts?
Get FREE Access to DAY ONE of the Make Over Your Mornings Course
This 14-day course is designed to help you revolutionize your productivity, streamline your routines, invest your time in things that truly matter, and find more joy and peace in the process.
Make Over Your Mornings
If you’ve ever wished that you could figure out how to get more done, have more organization in your life, and find time to spend on things you love, the Make Over Your Mornings Course is for you. I have gone through it a few times as seasons have changed in my life and it always gets me back on track with my morning routine.
Make Over Your Evenings
This course really hits home how important an evening routine is to make sure you are ready for the next day and well prepared. It lowered my stress level so much knowing what I needed to do the night before in order to have a relaxed morning before heading to work and school.
Put Your Meal Planning on Autopilot
Using block and loop schedules, Marissa Overson walks you through how to create a meal plan your family will love while saving you time and avoiding the age-old 5:00 PM question of what to cook for dinner.
Positive Parenting Solutions
This course really helps with many of the parenting struggles we all deal with. Amy is the “go-to parenting expert” online and will help you to become a more confident parent of your toddlers and teens with her “toolbox” of parenting helps.
Silent Sales Machine Two Free Chapters
If you want to know how to establish legitimate income streams online to help with your family finances, this is the book to read. I read this book many years ago and the author updates it every year and makes it better and better. You always get the updated copy each year also after you purchase only once.
Silent Sales Machine Radio
This free podcast highlights successful entrepreneurs who have learned to grow thriving online businesses. It is encouraging to listen to these success stories of people just like us that have achieved so much!
Blog by Number Course
This course is specifically designed for moms who want to learn how to start a blog. It is an online video course with 12 modules and 35 lectures taking you step by step through setting up a professional blog, getting traffic, and making money.
This is the training I started with to learn how to build this website from scratch. This training provides step by step instructions, live help, and lets you build up to 50 websites on the platform. It is a great place to start and is free at the beginner level.
Schoolhouse Teachers Curriculum
I used this curriculum for many years and am amazed at how much you get for just one small monthly fee. In additions to over 300 + courses, you get access to a schedule builder, yearly planners, recordkeeping, charts, high school help and more.
HomeScholar Parent Training
Lee Binz shares so much knowledge from her years of homeschooling and graduating her 2 sons. Topics include homeschool planning, planning high school courses, how to make a transcript and much more.
Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot
In this Plan Your Homeschooling Year course, Pam Barnhill helps you create a vision for your homeschool, Write Goals for your Kids, Choose the right curriculum and resources, Create your Annual, Weekly, and Daily homeschool schedule, Develop a procedure list, a lesson plan list, and how to visualize, implement, and organize it all.
Save time and stay organized with the Homeschool Tracker software. This is a great online tool for homeschool recordkeeping, planning, and reporting. You can enter grades, print daily tasks for each child, attendance reports, supply lists and much more.
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