As we gear up for the new school year, those of us with homeschoolers in high school are already worrying about our kids’ futures.
College is an important step toward success in today’s world, and we want our kids to excel from the very first moment.
I’ve already told you about CLEP exams and how they can help your kids earn early college credit. Couple those exams with DSST exams, and you could shave more than a year off your child’s secondary education.
At a much cheaper price.
How is that not a win?
Last year, I drove all the way to Virginia to attend my first homeschool convention. It wasn’t too bad–only a 9-hour drive and my bestest friend in the whole wide world went with me.
Side note: Can you believe we never once turned the radio on during that whole 9 hours? Not once. Yeah, we like each other.
And attending a convention in person was awesome, I must admit. But this year, I have neither the time or funds to attend a convention in my own state, let alone another one.
Have you been knocking about the idea of getting your kids music lessons but can’t justify the expense?
My friend, I have an offer that will have you doing a happy dance.
Not only can you earn a free instrument, you get to help improve the life of a foster kid.
Who is incredible enough to offer you this amazing chance?
Care2Rock. Let me tell you about this mind-blowing program.
Getting your kids outside this summer can be as easy as choosing the right book to read with them.
The Trumpet of the Swan is one of E.B. White’s best stories. It also happens to be my middle boy’s favorite children’s book. Seriously, you can’t mention this book without him lighting up.
You can make it a favorite of your kids, too. Read it aloud with them this summer (because reading aloud rocks) and incorporate a pond study into it.