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


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