You’ve likely heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday; there are deals galore.
And of Giving Tuesday, when you can focus your giving efforts to help an organization of your choice.
Well, this year, a group of 65 homeschool bloggers and publishers (including yours truly) have gotten together to start a new tradition: Homeschool Thursday!
You see, we’ve decided to just plain bless you. We’re homeschool parents too, and we understand what it takes to keep all the plates spinning. We also understand how hard it can be to find just the right resource.
So, for 5 days only, we want to bless you with some of those resources for free!
Now through Monday, December 4, you’ll find a huge bundle of amazing resources worth well over $800. You get to take your pick – any and all resources – for free!
There are curriculum options, games, printables, ebooks, unit studies, and more for preschool through high school. (This includes the new release of my Art History through the Ages set!)
And because we want it to be a blessing for you (not just for your pocketbook), there are also some amazing things designed for homeschool parents.
You’ll find videos and audios from such publishers as Teach Them Diligently, ebooks to encourage and inform you, and much more!
It’s all set up as a digital library, so that once you sign up (for free!), you get access to download everything you want. However, we also realize that not everyone needs every resource. If there are some that don’t fit your needs, you don’t have to take up storage space!
One thing I do recommend, though…if you see a resource that you may need in the future, feel free to download it. Even though you may not need it this year, you can still get it for free and have it ready!
Head on Over!
You can find this incredible bundle at Life of a Homeschool Mom. Just sign up, get the link to the library, and you’re set. Head on over and take part!
Then, come back and let me know what you think. I’d love to hear what you find!
*Please note that your confirmation email will come from Jen at A Helping Hand Homeschool (email@example.com). Please “white list” this email address so you don’t miss it!