Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Homeschool Black Friday Sale!

Get 40% off your entire purchase ($25 minimum before discount) for Thanksgiving weekend! This sale starts immediately and goes through the weekend. All you have to do is add your favorite products to the cart and enter the coupon code GiveThanks at checkout. Note: the code is all one word - no spaces!

Have fun shopping and saving at The Simple Homeschool!

Monday, November 16, 2009

November Freebies!

This month I have 5 freebies for you.

An awesome cursive handwriting practice and project book that teaches history as well. Kids will love this one!

A printable reindeer unit study that covers anatomy, habitat, diet, digestion, and more!

An interactive reindeer unit that does all the above PLUS lets your kids have a little fun as they learn vocabulary and comprehension while playing games!

A Christmas coloring book for those eager little ones - this will keep them delighted and interested as you rush around preparing for holiday guests.

The 12 Days of Christmas Interactive Fun Book! They can listen to the song as they watch the movie, play games, and test their memory with this great little interactivity!

Well, OK then - go get them here!

Friday, November 6, 2009

FREE Thanksgiving Unit Study

This one is a little book about Giving Thanks. For the younger crowd - we will have our big Thanksgiving give-a-way on the 16th when the next issue fo the Simple Zine goes out. Look forward to some early Christmas stuff as well. Gotta get ready, right?

I'm planning on a reindeer unit, The 12 Days of Christmas, Thanksgiving (of course - and this one will be interactive!), and A Christmas Carol. Perhaps, loosely based, not sure yet. Perhaps interactive as well. Perhaps I won't even do Christmas Carol...who the heck knows...I make this stuff up as I go along. A fly by my seat type of person.

OH YEAH! - I am SO excited about my Christmas gift to all my loyal homeschool friends - I can't say too much right now - but look for the BIG ANNOUNCEMENT in the November 16th issue of the Newsletter. It is BIG. BIG. BIG!

Monday, October 26, 2009

Did you get your FREE Halloween Unit Study?

Hey! Did you get your FREE unit study for Halloween? Want to give your kids some time off this week but not completely let them get away with no school? Try this little workbook for the younger crowd!

When you're done with that have them spend some time doing Simple Schooling's INTERACTIVE Halloween unit. There's so much fun packed into these educational activities it is frightening!

Monday, September 21, 2009

The Death of Factory Education?

The Shifting Paradigm of Factory Education Part I
The Process of Societal Conditioning

Mention education reform to a crowd and you get any number of responses. One might say schools are failing kids, another that the nation's youth has been dumbed down. Still more might equate education reform with standardized testing. But there is a growing group of parents (and would-be parents) who feel that the American factory education has run its course and education reform simply means a new system. A paradigm shift.

For most people the factory education is the only thing they've ever known. It used to be, back when I was little, that children were born and then they stayed home with their mothers.
Mothers used to stay home too. Some children, for various reasons, went to a pre-school. Often this was in relation to the church that the family attended. At the pre-school the children would learn to sing, and count, and recite the alphabet. They'd make macaroni necklaces and paint at the easel.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Simple Schooling Anatomy and Physiology II

...is on SALE now! Now Simple Schooling has ONE FULL YEAR of high school anatomy and physiology for your homeschooling teen. This course will prepare them fully for college level A&P. The second semester Anatomy and Physiology course includes:

Musculoskeletal System
Cardiovascular System
Respiratory System
Digestive System
renal System
Lymphatic System
Immune System
Reproductive System

Over 290 pages in the Textbook/Workbook, FREE BONUS parent guide and FREE BONUS test Booklet - all for just $25! You will never find an easier homeschool science curriculum than Simple Schooling!

September Simple Days FREEBIES

Hey! Did you forget to sign up for The Simple Homeschool's Freebie Newsletter? If so, you're missing out on some FANTASTIC free Unit Studies! Do you kids LOVE Eagles (stupid question, really - who isn't fascinated by a raptor?)...or how about Reptiles? Were you looking for a fun little copybook on Autumn stuff? And would you like your kids to learn a little about the Biosphere in my Ecology unit?

If you answered yes to any of those questions then what are you waiting for? Sign up for my newsletter and I'll deliver 4 new FREE unit studies to your inbox every month. But just in case you forgot to do that - go check out my free units right here! Hurry though, I take them down on the last day of every month and put them up for sale in the store for 99 cents so I can get ready to make you MORE FREE unit studies the next month!

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Teach Your kids Ecology - Not Hyper-Environmentalism!

I know how hard it is. I get it.

You want to be "for" the planet, but you refuse to sign on board with the radical "green" movement of the fanatical left wing of our country. That's why I wrote this little mini-course on Ecology.

Not environmentalism. Ecology. It covers what ecology is and what it is not. It gives them good information about biomes and the biosphere, conservation, nutrient cycles, and sustainability...but this is not pushing the radical "green" agenda. There is no Al Gore here. No Global Warming, and no Communist Green Jobs Czar telling people that the system must be "re-made".

I don't even know what system he is talking about, but what I am talking about is science. The science of ecology. If you want your kids to start learning the truth about our environment without the hype and lies, then try my $10 mini-course.

75 pages of truth is a good start.

J. Anne

Friday, August 28, 2009

Last Days to Save 40% off Simple Schooling

Yes, that's right. The Simple Homeschool sale is coming to an end and it will be goin' bye-bye on the 31st. If you still want to cash in on the savings, well then just use coupon code...


...during checkout! And don't forget that the August freebies will be taken down on Monday the 31st as well! If you haven't signed up for the freebies yet, well heck - take a look at them and then subscribe! You'll NEVER find more valuable homeschool freebies than those right here at The Simple Homeschool!

Happy Homeschooling!

Monday, August 17, 2009

August Simple Days

Hi Homeschoolers!

I am have been very busy over the summer trying to make sure all the curriculum I had planned got out and ready for you guys to take advantage of. So far, all is well. Middle School Physics hit the store last month and American History went on sale August 1st. For anyone who hasn't made a history choice yet - this is the easiest program you'll come across. Loaded with information, worksheets, and a parent guide included - it is a print and plop winner! Enough stuff for a whole year is included - 60 units, 2 x a week? Sound good? Eh? No stress - zero prep. That's what we strive to do.

There are two grade levels - the upper school level is the 60 units 2x a week and it covers the Vikings to the Constitution - IN DEPTH! One entire year devoted to the Founding. The little kids versionis 40 unit studies that covers the Vikings to just after the Civil War. Add to them - or not. They come with what you need to get the job done.

Speaking of print and plop - the August Simple Days are out today. I know that getting back to school can be stressful, especially when you are teaching little ones and big ones at the same time! So I went ahead and made all 4 of the freebies for elementary kids. Keep them learning, interested, and busy while you help your teens get the hang of their new science, math, or history program.

This month's freebies are:

  • All About Autumn

  • Ocean Basics

  • The Gingerbread Man

  • The Solar System

Well, there's plenty more where that came from! As you probably know - we sell the freebies in the Store for 99 cents after the last day of the month and if you've missed some Simple Days in the past you can find them there. At the end of June we decided to compile them into age appropriate bundles to save file space over at E-Junkie and now you can get those compilations here:

Well ladies (and gentlemen!)...I wish you all the best in your homeschool year! Whether you are just starting out or going on year 8 like me - there's no place like home!

J. Anne Huss


Thursday, July 2, 2009

Middle School Physics

Don't think it is possible do you? ;)

Well, Simple Schooling knows just how to make complicated things, like physics, well...simple! And we've done it again. Now your Middle Schooler can learn all about physics by using our well thought out, all-inclusive courses geared for 7th graders.

Who needs Physical Science when they can have the real thing?

Seriously, enough already with the weather...they learn about the weather for years. Let them in on the secrets of the universe - give them real science and see how far it takes them!

Here's what you get for the meager price of just $25 per course:

Simple Schooling Middle School Physics I
  • Motion
  • Forces
  • Vector and Scalar Quantities
  • Momentum
  • Energy
  • Circular Motion
  • Center of Gravity
  • Rotational Mechanics
  • Universal Gravitation
  • Gravitational Interactions
  • Satellite Motion

  • Simple Schooling Middle School Physics II
  • Special Relativity
  • Matter
  • States of Matter
  • Temperature/Heat/Expansion
  • Transmission of Heat
  • Changing States of Matter
  • Thermodynamics
  • Vibrations and Waves
  • Sound/Light/Color
  • Reflection/Refraction/Defraction/Displacement
  • Electrical Forces
  • Currents and Circuits
  • Magnetism
  • Elecrtomagnetism
  • The Quantum World and Radioactivity

  • One whole year of Middle School Physics that includes tests, quizzes, workbook, textbook, hand-on lab, computer lab, animations, and video!

    Your student has never had a science class like this before! And you won't find a more SIMPLE way to do homeschool science - EVER!

    Sunday, June 21, 2009

    Nursery University

    Have you heard of this show? Nursery University is a documentary that follows several Manhattan families as they make their way through the pre-school acceptance process. The New York Times says (and who reads that paper anyway -but ...) "If you thrill to the sight of a preschool teacher bringing an investment banker to his knees, then "Nursery University" is for you."

    Do people actually thrill to that site? Apparently the NYT thinks they do. Sorta sick and twisted in my book, but that's just me...

    Now, I don't live in Manhattan, so all me crazy but I thought this stuff was an urban legend. You know, kinda like Sasquatch or going on a date and ending up packed in ice, one kidney short. But apparently I am sadly ill informed.

    It's real.

    The promo for the film states "Set in New York City, NURSERY UNIVERSITY is a feature documentary that reveals the oddly competitive, yet often humorous, world of nursery school admissions."


    I DO realize I'm biased due to the homeschool thing - but seriously, at what cost? The Price of Perfection seems to be the ability to shamelessly demand your child to perform on cue, to fork over thousands of dollars for a hand print painted in primary colors so as to make yourself appear willing to go above and beyond the tens of thousands of dollars required for tuition, and to feel dejected and small when your child doesn't get in.

    I obviously, do not live in that world. I spend, Oh, about $1000 a year on homeschool, some years less, some years more, and I put in more quality time with my kid in one morning than the Manhattanites I am supposed to be jealous of, do in a month.

    Yet, this "documentary" is clearly supposed to make me loathe them and envy them at the same time.

    Uh, no.

    I came away feeling sorry for them. Even the mom who packed her stuff up and left Manhattan for Boston and the one who said her son was fine in a co-op preschool...until he got into an exclusive one.

    I guess I just don't get it. I don't understand anyone anymore who thinks that sending kids off to strangers (especially those "Young 3's") to be taught BASIC - I'm talkin' BASIC - stuff all the while taking out a fourth mortgage on their home to pay for it.

    It is crazy.

    But anyway - it did make me feel happy that I'm not part of their world and it did make me feel like a great mom, so I guess I did get something out of my afternoon spent watching investment bankers being brought to their knees by pre-school teachers.

    Monday, June 1, 2009

    Free Summer Fun Coloring Book!

    Almost every mom, whether you homeschool or not, can relate to needing some down time during the summer and that is why I am giving you the gift of coloring!

    Simply add one of those delicious new boxes of 64 crayons and hand over the coloring book. Presto - Happy kids coloring happy pictures.

    What could be better?

    How about a 99 Cent Simple Days Unit Study from Simple Schooling? I just added 8 new ones up at the site including:

    • Christopher Columbus
    • Copywork for Boys
    • Copywork for Girls
    • The Ugly Little Duck
    • The Three Bears
    • The House that Jack built
    • Volcano!
    • Earthquake!

    And don't forget, we're still running our classroom contest! It ends June 15th so go enter your classroom for a chance to win FREE CURRICULUM!

    Wednesday, May 27, 2009

    Vocabulary Software is a Hit!

    I just got the free demo for this vocabulary builder software and I'm impressed. It has a lot of great features. I was browsing for a new vocabulary program for my Little Moe and came across this site. At first I thought it was just for test prep, but after using it I think this will work for us as far as vocabulary goes next year.

    I have used a lot of vocabulary curriculums, some better than others, and anything that gets the job done using the computer is always my first choice! Gotta keep those kiddos on the path to self directed learning, right! Anywho, you can go check it out and tell me what you think of this vocabulary software.

    Thursday, May 21, 2009

    5 Easy Steps for FUN Summer Reading!

    Want to cultivate the book lover in your child? Just follow these five easy steps and they'll be book worms in no time!

    1. Let your child choose the book.
    2. Download or rent the audiobook for the same title (IMPORTANT - DO NOT SKIP this step!)
    3. Let them make themselves comfortable.
    4. Start the audiobook and have them read along with their hard copy.
    5. If the chosen book has a movie version too, rent that and have them watch it!

    They'll never forget this summer reading program!

    We've been doing this all year and I tell ya, it has completely changed my son's point of view on books. He's read classics and fluff with the exact same amount of excitement! Trust me - this WORKS! Last week I brought home the new Percy Jackson book and he told me he thinks he "is a book lover!"

    Music to my ears....

    Sometimes kids just need a little push to see that reading is fun so naturally if they can read-along and then watch a movie their interest increases. Of course, the book must be interesting to begin with. :)

    Sunday, May 10, 2009

    Happy Mother's Day!

    Now, I'm not trying to say that non-homeschool mothers love their kids any less - BUT let's face it; homeschool moms are amazing! We go so far beyond what most mothers do with our children because we choose to spend every single day with them. We take on the almost overwhelming responsibility of their complete education. We stay up late in the wee hours of the morning devising lesson plans and hunting down the perfect curriculum. We lovingly push and prod them in ways a "teacher by profession" could never imagine.

    And - we do it all for free. Because we want to. Because we love them.

    I've had quite a few, uh - let's say "defensive" - emails and comments over the years from non-homeschooling mothers who tell me that we homeschoolers try and make them feel inadequate. I want to laugh when I hear this - I really do, because seriously they have us all wrong if they think we spend our time devising ways to make them look bad - but I don't. I typically listen and say that they are missing the point.

    But they aren't missing the point are they? They DO get it don't they? We ARE making a sacrifice that they won't or can't. Should we feel bad for that? Should they feel bad for that?

    I always want to ask "them" why this topic hits a nerve so bad? Why do they care that in their minds we are a little self-righteous? Should we have to minimize our sacrifices so that "they" can feel good? Should we downplay our level of commitment to our children and pretend that we are all the same so we can all be "winners"?

    I have to admit I do those things - I try to avoid the homeschool conversation with non-homeschoolers because the defenses go up almost immediately with the "Oh, I could NEVER homeschool my kids" comment. Perhaps they should mull over the words self-righteous a bit before uttering that phrase.

    But at any rate - we homeschool mothers belong to a pretty cool club! It isn't exclusive or expensive to join and it isn't dependent on your heritage, nationality, skin color, culture, religion, music preference, or ability to draw.

    You simple have to love them.

    Happy Mother's Day Homeschool Moms! You really ARE the best of the best!

    Thursday, May 7, 2009

    New Classroom Entries for our Creative Classroom Contest are now up!

    You should really come check them out - we've already gotten some fabulous classroom examples that will inspire you - and if you upload your picture you're automatically entered in the contest to win free Simple Schooling Curriculum! What could be easier or more fun?

    I love how Colton's Classroom is so bright and airy - what a great place to learn and Hulette's Homeschool is organized and easy to use! And remember - the more people who enter the more people who will win. We're gonna have one winner for every 25 entries - not many contests give you those kind of odds!

    Tuesday, May 5, 2009

    Creative Classrooms Contest at The Simple Homeschool

    What does YOUR classroom look like? Are you and the little ones chillin' out on the beach or do you prefer a more traditional classroom setting? The Simple Homeschool wnats to know...not only that... we want to see pictures!

    You can WIN FREE CURRICULUM just for entering your homeschool classroom space on our contest page. It doesn't get any easier than that! Simply upload your best picture, write a few sentences, and ta-da! You could win! In fact, there will be 1 winner for every 25 entries, not bad eh? I bet you've never seen those odds before in a contest!

    So come on over and take a swipe at it - and while you're there why not take a look at Little Moe's classroom...it was a bit messy the day I took this becasue we still have the incubators going for hatching ducks and that takes up a bunch of table space, but at least the rabbits are now outside...Spring couldn't have come sooner in my opinion!

    Saturday, April 25, 2009

    April Showers....

    Well, we all know what they bring! But if you would like to get your kids ready for learning about next month's flowers, there are a few great (and CHEAP) unit studies over at The Simple Homeschool that will get them all geared up. If you didn't get these fabulous units free in The Simple Zine, then why not sign up? Next month we'll take a look at what April Showers bring and have all sorts of fun with flowers and plants. There are some great webpages on this topic already up, but it is so much easier to have a pdf file that you can print out and hand over on those crazy days, isn't it? So if you're pressed for time and need a day - go grab some 99 cent unit studies over at The Simple Homeschool!

    Saturday, April 4, 2009

    New Anatomy & Physiology Course from Simple Schooling

    I have FINALLY finished Human Anatomy and Physiology I and I have no idea why this particular course took me so long. I was sick twice, so maybe that had something to do with it. Plus I have been very busy obsessing over my hatching eggs and incubators that I tend to get side tracked over at the BackyardChickens forum. And really if you think about it - that makes perfect sense. Watching duck and goose eggs develop and writing about anatomy and physiology - sorta all related in a convoluted way, right?

    Right! Anyway, this course is fabulous! It has over 400 pages! And for the same low price of $25 you get the 250 page student textbook/workbook, a 110 page parent guide, and a 50 page exam booklet. Can't beat that. Seriously, you can't. No one else offers such a comprehensive package for the price. As the title of this course indicates, it has both anatomy and physiology, emphasis on physiology. So if you've got a science oriented kid and think they could use another class in high school, give us a try. This course is written in the same conversational tone of all other Simple Schooling products which enables your teen to progress in a self directed manner. A complete one semester science course, A&P I includes:

    • Cell Biology Review

    • The Integumentary System

    • The Skeletal System

    • The Endocrine System

    • The Nervous System

    Second Semester A&P II will be out May 15 and will contain:

    • The Muscular System

    • The Cardiovascular System

    • The Respiratory System

    • The Digestive System

    • The Renal System

    • The Immune System

    • The Reproductive System
    So if you're looking for a complete year of upper level biology before college - Give Simple Schooling Anatomy and Physiology a try!

    You won't be disappointed!

    Sunday, March 22, 2009

    Happy Spring!

    I've done quite a bit to the website in the past few weeks. for instance - I added a whole bunch of pages about Cell Biology in The Student Help Center. Those pages will give you and your highschoolers a pretty thorough introduction to the organelles contained inside an animal cell. Enough to get you started, anyway.

    If you would like more information I just gave out a unit study to Ezine Subscribers called The Cell. That little gem has a ton of info and if you aren't a subscriber you can get it for only 99 cents in the store.

    Have fun!

    J. Anne

    Saturday, February 28, 2009

    Who has time to blog when you have to draw the hair follicle?

    I'm so busy with this anatomy project but it is fun revisiting all my old college notes. I remember this class really stressed me out - the amount of information was overwhelming and all the tests were multiple choice. Laugh if you want - those questions were hard! Give me a short answer or essay question anyday.

    Example of exam questions: (these were our "practice questions" for the test)

    The QRS complex of the ECG appears as the:
    a. atria depolarize
    b. ventricles depolarize
    c. ventricles re-polarize
    d. atria repolarize
    e. b and d

    The mechanism by which glucose is absorbed in the small intestine involves:
    a. breakdown of carbons and hydrogens, followed by diffiusion
    b. diffusion with water through the tight junctions between epithelial cells
    c. entry together with sodium through a single transporter molecule
    d. diffusion across the plasma membrane of the epithelial cells
    e. endocytosis into absorptive cells

    Simple Schooling Highschool Anatomy (First Semester) will be available next week sometime and that is why I am sequestering myself in front of the computer and trying to stay away form Twitter!

    Tuesday, February 24, 2009

    New Student Help center at TSH

    I spent almost the entire weekend writing upper level science help pages for homeschoolers - or anyone else who needs the help really - and they are now online!

    Check out the new Help Center here or go directly to the pages that interest you below:

    Plant Biology


    Parts of a Plant

    Plant Life Cycle 1

    Plant Life Cycle 2

    Cell Cycle

    Cell Cycle Mitosis

    Cell Cycle Control

    Friday, February 13, 2009

    The Simple Homeschool Has Something for Every Homeschool Family

    We have so much information over at The Simple Homeschool and I just want to share it with all of you today. Need help with any of the following? Go check it out!

    Pros and Cons

    Legal Stuff

    Getting Started


    Homeschooling High School

    Online Homeschool

    FUN Ways to Learn

    Homeschool Videos


    Forensic Science









    Foreign Language

    Thursday, February 12, 2009

    The FREE Unit Studies are Up!

    ...and because I know you all are so busy I'm going to post the link here so even if you didn't sign up for the zine - you'll still get all 9 freebies. It's my way of paying it forward!

    I'm pooped today. I was up all night finishing the freebie page and making e-book covers and I've spent the past three weeks getting ready for the big product launch of Forensic Science.

    But, it's over now and I have like three whole days to screw off before I have to start writing Anatomy and Physiology.

    Three days to myself sound like heaven.

    I am going to be updating my about me page today for fun...yeah, that's my pathetic version of fun, to show off my farm and my animals, so stop by and check it out here.

    Oh, and the BIG SALE ends Saturday at Midnight - get 'em now - regular price starts Sunday.

    J. Anne

    Wednesday, February 11, 2009

    Sign Up For 6 FREE Unit Studies - E-Zine Goes Out Tomorrow!

    If you don't sign up you'll miss it!

    Go here to get all your FREEBIES!

    And these aren't just any old freebies, not the worthless lesson plans and endless web-links that have no value - these are all at least 10 pages and have activities built in.

    This issue of the Simple Zine focuses on keeping learning fun - remember my last post? Well, I thought people needed a little nudge to get the vibe of it all...so I'm a nudgin', but don't worry - it won't cost you a cent.

    Oh, and have I mentioned that The Old Schoolhouse Teacher's Toolbox is giving away another a FREE Simple Schooling Unit Study this week? Go Sign Up so you can get the Brand New Forensic Science FREEBIE too.

    And, ya wanna know what else - because The Simple Homeschool has grown so much since last Simple Zine issue and I don't want anyone to miss out on the FREE unit studies, I'm gonna give you last month's FREEBIES as well!

    That is 11 FREE Unit Studies if you sign up for two simple things!

    Glad to be of service - Oh and don't forget that I have a FREE Valentine's Day Fun Book over at the website too - get it now so your kids can slack off on Friday!

    Simple Zine FREEBIES

    Happy Homeschoolin'
    J. Anne

    Tuesday, February 10, 2009

    I'm addicted to Twitter.......

    It can happen to anyone, really. You innocently sign up and start following...pretty soon there is an interesting tweet staring you down...so you tweet back...just one wittle tweet...

    Yeah right - Tweetin' is OUT OF CONTROL!

    BTW - get my widget....


    Sorry...it's a disease...a dopamine reuptake issue I swear....

    Sunday, February 8, 2009

    How Fun is your Homeschool?

    Are ya feeling the mid-year slump yet? Are your kids asking when summer vacation starts? Why not inject some fun back into your year by doing something new? I have a whole page over at The Simple Homeschool dedicated to Keeping Learning Fun.

    One of the best ideas I had this year was to introduce what I am calling "Upper-Grade Read-A-Loud" ...except I don't do the reading aloud and neither does Little Moe. We have started using audiobooks to supplement our reading program. I never in a million years imagined that such a simple thing could turn my kid on to reading like it was an X-Box.

    We do it like this: (It's real simple)
    1. Open up audiobook (you can download them from all sorts of places but I get them from iTunes)
    2. Open up book
    3. Push play
    4. Read along

    He LOVES this! In fact he came in to my office last week and asked if he could do reading. We've slammed through Tom Sawyer, The Call of the Wild, Where the Red Fern Grows, and right now we are doing Percy Jackson. He's already begged for Huck Finn, so ya know - I guess I'll have to let him read yet another classic before the year is up.

    So if your kids are a clammerin' for something different go check it out.

    J. Anne

    Saturday, February 7, 2009

    Forensic Science for Homeschoolers

    Simple Schooling
    The EASIEST Homeschool Curriculum Ever!

    In anticipation of the FREE Simple Schooling Forensic Science Unit Study due to be out in The Old Schoolhouse's Teacher's Toolbox on February 13th, I've put up a few forensic science pages on the website. There is a handy list of degree granting schools, both associate's and bachelor's, as well as a forensic serology (DNA) page.

    If you already get The Old Schoolhouse you should be receiving the Teacher's Toolbox in your e-mail next Friday the 13th. If not, that freebie will probably appear at The Simple Homeschool Freebie Page in March, so you can check it out then.

    In addition, Simple Schooling will launch the Homeschool Forensic Science Course on February 12th and will have it on SPECIAL for only $10. You'll get over 200 pages of text and worksheets for your upper middle or high school student for that incredible price.

    But don't wait - that sale ends at Midnight on Valentine's Day. Regular price is normally $25 each or Buy 2 Get 1 FREE.

    All other Simple Schooling courses are already on sale now.

    Check out K-3 Science:
    Sea Mammals

    The Simple Homeschool -
    Where Simple Just Got Easier

    Friday, February 6, 2009

    Free Homeschool Unit Studies

    Yes, that's right, over at The Simple Homeschool we give stuff away FREE. That's just how we roll over there...free is good. Especially in these hard economic times.

    Let's face it - we're all hurting like crazy right now but when we started to homeschool we made a commitment, and that commitment was to give our children the best education we could.

    The Simple Homeschool wants to help by offering 5 free units studies every month.

    Here's how it works:

    1. Just go to www.the-simple-homeschool.com on the first of every month and download the Free-For -All freebie.
    2. Sign up for the Simple Zine at the same time and around the middle of each month you will get four MORE freebies delivered to your in box.

    That's it. Simple right?

    Well, that's what we're all about - getting things streamlined. There is nothing worse than complications.

    See ya soon,

    J. Anne