What is the Homeschool Omnibus?
- 124 total resources: 47 MP3s and 77 books
- from 100 speakers/authors
- for homeschoolers by homeschoolers
- total value is $754
- cost is $25 (with $9 DVD add-on)
- cost is just 3% of the value
- PDFs also come in Kindle/mobi format (where appropriate)
- sale runs from August 3-9, 2015, specifically 12:01 AM Eastern Time, August 3 to 11:59 PM Pacific Time August 9.
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What is Included in Homeschool Omnibus?
Take a look at the full list in the digital catalog and see what might bless your homeschool.
Includes Homeschool ebooks from The Curriculum Choice authors!
Eva Varga – Ecology Explorations – This 10-week science curriculum includes 20+ activities and lesson plans to explore your local ecosystems via collecting data and experiencing firsthand the physical factors that influence the animal and plant communities Background knowledge, notebooking pages, and suggestions for extension activities are included.
Adelien Tandian – (all of these!) Language Arts Notebooking Pages and Graphic Organizers, 100+ Notebooking Page Templates, Basic Science Notebooking Pages and Graphic Organizers, Geography Notebooking Pages and Graphic Organizers.
Megan Zechman – Homeschool Transitions from Elementary to Middle to High School (MP3) – As a homeschooling parent, are you afraid of what comes after the elementary years? Don’t be! Join Megan as she shares why schooling her older kids at home wasn’t as scary as she first thought and is even, dare she say, fun. She helps you think differently about schooling teens while sharing practical tips for making these transitions smooth for your family.
Cindy West – Loving Living Math MP3 – Whether you’re hoping to ease the whining, add new math lessons to the regular textbook schedule, or overhaul your entire math curriculum, this audio workshop will inspire you as you hear how to add real math lessons that make sense to your child and restore an enjoyment of this too often frustrating school subject.
and Project-Based Learning in the Middle and High School Years (MP3) – Learn how to turn any lesson, chapter, thematic study, interest-based study, or student-led course into a project or series of projects that will help your middle and high school students become immersed in their learning and produce “test” results that won’t soon be forgotten.
Kyle McVay – Planning Your Best Homeschool Year – If you have homeschooled for more than a year then you have experienced what I’ll call an unproductive homeschool year. An unproductive year is usually because of failure to plan well. This book walks you through the process planning your homeschool year for productivity.
Tricia Hodges – Getting Started in Chalk Pastel Art – Why chalk pastels? How in the world to get started in art? All our best tips in one place with art tutorials – for a great start!
and Sharks Chalk Pastel Art for All Ages – For beginning or continuing art lessons in the chalk pastel medium. With a wide variety of sharks to create! Think you are not an artist? As Nana would say, “You ARE an artist!” Chalk pastels are a wildly successful medium! If you have been wanting to add art to your days, now is the time with a fun topic!
Plus all of these titles that I noticed!
- Dwane Thomas (of Compass Classroom!) – Practical Tips for Introducing Foreign Language (MP3)
- Homeschooling 101 by Kris Bales
- The Homeschool Planner by Jolanthe Erb
- Homeschooling High School: It’s Not as Hard as You Think by Meredith Henning
- Hope for the Heart of the Homeschool Mom: Encouragement for the Days When Sanity is Limited by Jamerrill Stewart
What you should know – the graphic above lets your know all the important dates!
The last several years I have been blessed to gather many resources that have helped our homeschool with all our ages. I think you will too!
Head over and get your copy of Homeschool Omnibus today! Because it goes away August 9th!