by Joyce Herzog
Want a tool to help your little one learn numbers? How about a 123 Learning Box?
This box is just the thing to pull off the shelf for some one-on-one time that has great learning potential. If you have several children, there is lots of potential to engage each of them with something right for their level.
by Susan K. Stewart
Some homeschoolers attend a conference solely to buy curriculum in the exhibit hall. The exhibit hall can daze even a veteran convention goer. There are so many bright and shiny new items for sale every year. So it is necessary to enter with a battle plan.
A shopping list is an absolute must. Know in advance what you need to purchase for the upcoming year. Usually the major publishers and sellers return each year. By using last year’s catalogs, you can plan your purchases and their cost (add about 10 percent to last year’s prices).
by Kara Rozendaal
Old School: A penny saved is a penny earned.
Homeschool: A penny saved is a necessity!
The checkbook often tells the story of sacrifices made by homeschoolers. There are practical ways to simply trim expenses to alleviate budget woes and offset the sacrifices made.