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Grades, Transcripts and the High School Student

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Welcome to Yellow House Book Rental! We are primarily a homeschool curriculum, rental service. However, we offer a variety of services. You can compare each one, at Yellow House Book Rental, and decide which is best for your family. **This post contains affiliate links and we will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on these links.   Thinking about all the responsibilities of teaching your teen can be quite daunting. As your child approaches the teen years and you think ahead to homeschooling high school, worry and fear might set in. The added responsibility that was not...

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A Child's Life: Don't Miss It

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It is so easy to get caught up in parenting our children, giving them opportunities to learn and grow, homeschooling, etc. that we can easily miss those precious moments. Don't blink, you might miss something!
 

A Father's Day Gift for Dad and the Family! Grab my free Family Conversation Starter sample here

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Four Things Your Teen Can Do This Summer to Prepare For College and Life

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What are your teen's plans this summer? 

Summer is a time to relax, have fun, spend with friends, go on vacation and take a break from school.  But summer can be a very productive time as well. Encourage your teen to weave one of more of these ideas into their summer fun and help them prepare for college and life while life is just a little more relaxed...easier.

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Encourage a Mom With the Names of God Promise Cards and Journal

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Motherhood can be challenging. 

Prioritizing time in the Word of God is important. One way to do this is by setting aside a quiet time every day-a time to read God's Word, learn who God is, and recognize how He shows up in situations. 

The Names of God Promise Cards and Memorial Stone Reflections Journal

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Seven Reasons to Rent Curriculum

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1. You want to save money. Rent at less than half the cost of purchasing. Teacher’s books are especially ideal for renting.  If you are worried about the condition of the book, after being a part of your homeschool  year, think of this.  You, not the children, are the one that will be using the teacher books.  They are not books that will be written in.  Teacher books and answer keys are usually the most expensive books to purchase.

2. You want to try a new curriculum: Try before you buy. How often do you wish you could try a curriculum without having to pay for the whole set, and then decide you don’t like it?  You can try out our curriculum by renting it.  If you decide it is a good fit for you and your children, you have two choices. You can return the rented material after the rental use, or, you may choose to purchase it. The purchase price will be the cost of the book, minus the rental fee that you have already paid.  You win either way!!

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