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SUMMER 2021 Homeschool Curriculum Sale

Posted by Michelle Osborn on

Don't procrastinate. There is a limited supply that we have allowed to be sold as these amazing prices! 

Use code SUMMER15 to get 15% off all curriculum below unless otherwise labeled 

 Now through June 30th while supplies last!... find out more

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Choosing the Best High School Courses for Your Teen: Motivate Them to Learn

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How do you know if you are choosing the right courses for your teen?

Please grab your cup of coffee or tea, slip away to a quite place and lets "talk" for a few minutes. I'd  love to show you what I did and what you what you can start doing today.

Right now, your teen's job is to be a student, to learn. They need to complete the necessary requirements to graduate from high school. And whether they do it happily or not, it most likely will happen.

But how to you motive them to want to learn... continue reading

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Featuring the Mystery of History!

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Featuring the Mystery of History!
Linda Lacour Hobar, the author of The Mystery of History, joined us on our Facebook page at the end of February. It was an amazing time of fun history learning. If you missed it, you are in luck! I decided I would put it all together right here.

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20 Reasons Why Homeschool Mom's Love WriteShop

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Kids love WriteShop, but did you know moms love it too? This is what 20 homeschool moms had to say about WriteShop.... continue reading

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Preparing Your Teen for College Entrance Exams

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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 our links. Thank You! There are several things I would change if I could go back and redo some of my homeschooling during the teen years. I would have spent more money on my three children, (wanting to attend college) to help them better...

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