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Schoolhouse Library and You!




Hey Neighbors!

I know some of you homeschool or have friends that do, so I want to take the opportunity to tell you about a really great offer.  The Old Schoolhouse is offering an entire library of downloads for a one time payment of $25, The Schoolhouse Library.   You will have over 175 e-books or audio books to help you on your journey of homeschooling.  Right there at your fingertips.

This is perfect for new homeschoolers getting started, or for those of us who have been homeschooling for years.  Just look at some of the information available:

  • 2 Study Guides from YWAM
  • Draw Write Now Sampler E-Book by Barker Creek
  • Heroines of the Past-Victorian unit study from Amy Puetz
  • Map Trek: Atlas and Outline Maps of World History from Knowledge Quest
  • Teaching Writing E-Book from WriteShop
  • 15 audio E-Books from My Audio School in history and literature
  • A Glimpse at Carnivorous Plants Lapbook from In the Hands of a Child
  • Video from Jessica Hulcy on  “Learning as a Family”
  • From Frazzled to Focused: 7 Planning Tools for Busy Moms from Mary Jo Tate



Now, I am almost, but not quite at the end of my homeschooling journey.  With 4, well almost 4 done and only 2 left to graduate, but I am sure I will be able to find uses for quite a bit of this material.  I would have loved something like this when I first started with my oldest....but I am not sure we even owned a computer then!

Anyway be sure to check out what they have to offer.  Whether you are just beginning or in the middle, or maybe you are in the final stretch like we are, you are sure to find some helpful topics and information.

Here are some of the topics covered:

  • Art and Crafts
  • Bible
  • Economics
  • Electives
  • Encouragement
  • Geography
  • Government
  • Grammar
  • Spelling
  • Reading
  • Organization (with several planners)
  • Nature Study
  • Special Needs


Hey neighbors, have a great day!  I really hope some of you take advantage of this offer from The Old Schoolhouse.  Let me know if you do decide that the Schoolhouse Library is for you..  Also if you have any questions, feel free to ask and if I can't answer it I will try to find someone who can.

See you soon At the Fence!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I will receive access to the library.  All quotes in red are taken directly from the Old Schoolhouse.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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