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    by Published on 06-23-2016 10:49 AM
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    All through the month of July, SecularHomeschool.com is partnering with LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com to provide secular homeschoolers with tons of info on homeschool for the high school years. Watch our website and social networks, and track the hashtag #HS4HS to make sure you don't miss out on any of the amazing tips and resources we'll be sharing. PLUS, all our secular homeschooling followers will be able to download a brand new free PDF guide for homeschooling high school from a secular perspective. This will be one to print out and keep handy or save for easy access on your favorite device.

    All the info being shared in July has been created by experienced high school homeschool parents who have guided their own kids through high school and beyond. You'll find tons of actionable advice you can put into use now OR save for the future when this stage comes your way (and trust us, it will come all too soon!!)
    Published on 06-01-2016 08:00 AM
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    Exclusively at the Homeschool Buyers Co-op

    Yes, that’s right – everyone wins this month! The Co-op is offering 11 award-winning subscriptions for you to try this summer. If you’re like us, you are ready to give your kids a break for the summer, but you may prefer they do things that are educational as well as fun!

    This summer, the Co-op has secured permission from eleven of our publishers to offer their products FREE for the summer. These are products that have received rave reviews from homeschool parents and kids alike. With 11 choices, you are certain to find something to add to your homeschool, including:

    • Want to learn piano, guitar, violin, bass guitar, or learn to sing this summer? Sign up for eMedia Music for the entire family
    • Your child can create an artistic “masterpiece” with the award-winning art program, Meet the Masters – Track A
    • Give your child the gift of poetry with Levels One and Two of Linguistic Development through Poetry Memorization from the award-winning Institute for Excellence
    • Your K-8 children will have fun and keep learning during their summer break with award-winning learn and play websites: Always Icecream and Clever Dragons
    • Do you have a little one about to start school? Get them ready for school with Miss Humblebee’s Academy
    • Does your elementary school child like colorful animation and interactive resources? Bring learning to life with EducationCity with six elementary subjects
    • Ever wish for your very own summer math tutor? Sign up for MathHelp.com and your child(ren) can try all the MathHelp.com grade 5-12 courses, including SAT and ACT prep for the entire summer
    • Keep your grade 1-6 child’s skills sharp this summer with Portals School Software by Evan-Moor giving you digital access to titles that homeschoolers have come to know and love such as: Word A Day, Building Spelling Skills, and much more
    • Are your children interested in technology? Start them off with the basics with Taken Charge – Siri and the Curious Code subscription
    • Help your grade K-5 child retain her math skills by making math practice fun with GPA’s Learn LoveMath
    • Summertime is a great time to get fit! Sign up for Family Time Fitness and the entire family can join in the fun


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    Choose any or all of the 11 great products shown - absolutely FREE for the summer! Simply sign up as a Co-op member, and then order your subscriptions. The sooner you sign up, the more your family will be able to take advantage of these subscriptions. Enjoy, and please help us spread the word by sharing this post!
    by Published on 05-27-2016 07:21 AM
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    2. Curriculum,
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    Our final free-trial Friday kicks off by featuring a terrific program that you may or may not have tried before. This is your opportunity to test out this secular curriculum for yourself before deciding if it is right for your homeschool.





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    Open and go lessons that inspire kids to love science!


    Every Mystery Science lesson begins
    with a Mystery that hooks your
    students. Then, the narration of an
    unforgettable story told with
    stunning images and videos and
    punctuated with opportunities for
    discussion. Every lesson concludes
    with simple hands-on activities designed
    to use supplies you already have (or are
    easy to get).
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