• Get Started on the Holidays Now with a Chance to win one of over 20 gifts!

    gift-guide-2018-shs-1-pngThe holiday season is here, ready or not! If you celebrate with gifts for your kiddos, don’t worry.. we have you covered with our Holiday Gift Guide and Giveaway! Featuring unique gifts for that hard to buy for homeschooler.

    Just a small peek into our selections:

    • -Natural gifts
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    Guess what is even better? A chance to WIN one of those 20 gifts for FREE!! Just visit our Holiday Gift Guide and Giveaway page every day to vote and you’ll be automatically entered for a chance to win! Winners will be announced each day Thanksgiving week!

    SQUEE! There’s still more to come! I have added several of these gifts to my list already for my boys, family members and possibly one or two things for myself… because, I am a kid at heart! But stay tuned - our full Holiday Gift Guide will premiere on Black Friday with the ultimate gift giving list. I love buying dual purpose gifts that we can enjoy AND use in our homeschool and this list will make it so easy!

    Don’t forget to vote by November 16, 2018, 3 pm ET and get ready to shop with the Black Friday release of our Best Ever Holiday Gift Guide!
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