August 21, 2012
As much as I want to live summer to the fullest through to the end of August and into September, I'm undeniably thinking a lot about homeschool stuff these days. That shows up in my writing here - an elementary curriculum series, our dyslexia journey, and a homeschool product review.
After months in storage our school resources and books are finally unpacked and settled into place. What a relief that is. (And the kids have their bikes again!)
I've got a lot on my plate this week but next week I will be spending time with all those homeschooling resources, making plans for the upcoming school year. Plans I will hold loosely in my hands mind you.
I've learned a few things in this journey about over-planning (smile). Making plans on paper is always so fun, "Look at how much I'll accomplish!". Making plans a reality is another matter entirely. Especially when we embrace interest-led learning - who knows what direction our days that will take?
But I'm getting a little ahead of myself here (I'm excited about planning!). What I want to share today is another resource to "unpack".
Omnibus: A book containing reprints of a number of works. In this case, a number of homeschooling related e-books.
The Homeschool eBook Omnibus is a digital stockpile of books to carry you through the school year with encouragement and practical how-tos.
There are 53 eBooks in the collection, valued at over $350. The entire collection is priced at only $25. That is less than 50-cents per eBook.
This is a good deal.
The Homeschool eBook Omnibus is on sale for 5 days only, ending at midnight on Saturday, August 25th.
Are your eyes glazed over yet? Mine are.
That amount of ebooks is kind of insane. Don't make yourself insane thinking you have to read all of these to take advantage of this sale. Honestly, I couldn't. Even if you only read ten of these books, it's still a good deal.
This packages covers it all - homeschool planning, homemaking (gotta take care of that while you homeschool), nature study, language arts, math, geography (and more), preschool stuff, marriage help and everything in-between.
A heads up though, some of these e-books are explicitly Christian, which will not jive with all of you. That being said, there's a lot of amazing resources in this Omnibus.
The authors are homeschool moms, like you, who know money can be tight at this time of the year. (I'd like to know when money isn't tight!?) These homeschool mamas, myself included, want to make these books available for you, hopefully helping you on your homeschooling journey.
PS. I know I just did a review yesterday (for a purchased program) and I don't want FIMBY to have a buy, buy message. In fact, this is something you've told me you appreciate about FIMBY - it's non-consmerism feel. I respect that.
The Homeschool ebook Omnibus was too good of a deal to pass up sharing with you. A good deal for both you and me. If you purchase through FIMBY I get a commission of the sales (only fair since Nurturing Creativity is part of the set) and you get a whack of homeschool-related resources.
Renee Tougas participates in affiliate marketing, including the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. Whenever you buy something on Amazon from a link you clicked here, I get a (very) small percentage of that sale. See disclosure for further explanation.
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