Contest for Homeschool Moms (& Dads)!

by | May 1, 2015 | News

Would you like to win a signed copy of The Ultimate Homeschool Planner? To enter our May giveaway, all you have to do is submit a recommendation for our e-newsletter by answering a few questions about one of your favorite homeschool resources. For example, what was something you used this past school year that made a positive difference in your year? A new curriculum? A schedule tool? A transcript template?  

Your answers might become part of our column, These Are a Few of My Favorite Things! We’ve made it super simple to submit an idea. Just go to our new online form, answer the five easy questions, and hit “submit.” It’s that easy!  

Are you worried that your ideas aren’t creative or clever enough, or that they only work for your crazy family?!  Believe us, you do not have to be Super Mom to share in the column – none of us are!  We want ideas from “real” moms who, like us, don’t have it all together, but occasionally stumble on something that works!  

And if you make a submission for our column during the month of May, we’ll put your name in a drawing for a signed copy of The Ultimate Homeschool Planner by Debra Bell. Just in time for fall planning, this system from Apologia includes planning grids, teaching tips, a high school planning guide, year in review, and much more. To get your name in the hat, hurry on over to this form and share your review today!

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