Welcome to our April edition of Friday Freebies! We know just how much homeschoolers love those amazing Free printables, free unit studies, free planners, free puzzle pages… free everything! So, because we happen to love freebies just as much as you do – we’ll be hosting a Friday Freebie eblast and blog every third Friday of the month. So stay tuned, you won’t want to miss an episode!
Get in on one of the newest ways to learn about history! Historical Conquest is offering a free version – grab it quick – supplies are limited!
Ecree Giveaway! 10 winners! Give your students access to world class writing expertise anywhere, day or night with ecree. With ecree, you get both expertly crafted writing-based course content and technology that provides writing instruction and feedback specific to your students’ writing at the moment they are writing it. Your middle school and high school students need these writing skills to organize their thoughts in preparation for higher education and beyond. ecree’s technology is like a writing tutor in your home- always showing how writing is measured and guiding each assignment towards the concepts of good writing.
Summertime Survival Planner! The Summertime Survival Guide Planner is for both new and experienced homeschoolers. Find out how to create a summer of wonder, discovery, and fun!
- Purchase your Summertime Survival Guide for Parents – the companion book to our free summertime planner!
- Helps you plan a summer that is so much fun your kids won’t want to spend all their time on TV and video games.
- Shows you how to keep summer boredom away by creating fun learning centers in your home in 4 easy steps.
Find out how to easily create your own diplomas! Make Your Own Printable High School Diploma for Free – This year is winding down and it’s almost time for graduations! Run through our quick how to and then click the link to make your own!
Get in on Camp Nanowrimo! This is an awesome free summer opportunity. Parents/educators can create a “cabin” and get your students involved in writing in April or June! This allows you and your students to participate in a Nanowrimo challenge during the summer just like you can in November.