March Grand Giveaway

 

This month’s Grand Giveaway is sponsored by Apologia Educational Ministries. Apologia is a family-owned corporation with the mission to help homeschooling families learn, live, and defend the Christian faith.

Specializing in products and curriculum for science, Bible, worldview, homeschooling and other subjects, Apologia publishes books and curriculum that are written by a wide variety of authors. Apologia offers creation-based science curriculum for K-12, worldview curriculum for ages six to fourteen, practical and inspirational books about homeschooling, and other topics of interest to homeschool families.

Now for the prize. Apologia is offering up Debra Bell’s The Ultimate Homeschool Planner!

 Count your blessings while charting your family’s homeschool journey with this gorgeous day planner from best-selling author Debra Bell. The Ultimate Homeschool Planner will help you prayerfully prioritize your family’s lessons, assignments, and activities as well as academic and personal growth goals for each of your children. Includes teaching helps, record-keeping, and pages to document God’s faithfulness throughout the year.

Take a sneak peak of this lovely planner here. 

One very blessed homeschool mom will win a copy of The Ultimate Homeschool Planner!

I hope you win!

Click here to familiarize yourself with our contest rules.


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20 thoughts on “March Grand Giveaway”

    1. Oh, and my tip is to set apart time at the beginning of every week to review your plans & schedule for the week & make sure you have everything you need printed & ready to go!

  1. My tip for organization isn’t anything new. I use lists for everything. It helps me stay on track and know what is coming next. Perfect for this ADD momma! 😉

  2. My tip is to make sure mom has some much needed mom time so homeschool organizing won’t be so overwhelming to her.

  3. I laminated 5 folders and labeled them Mon-Friday. On Sat. night when I make my lesson plans, I can tear out the needed papers/materials for each day and stick them in the appropriates days’ folder. I have these folder in a file folder box on my table.

  4. I try to be mindful about what we actually need and only purchase what we are going to be using in the immediate future so I don’t have too many extras floating around our (limited) space. I also use a lot of file folders to keep our weekly work together.

  5. I have a basic lesson plan that I try to stick to everday, but I don’t beat myself up if we happen to get off track. I also try to keep my materials to a minimum otherwise I get too overwhelmed. In order for me to stay organized I need to have a clean house because for me a cluttered house=cluttered mind.

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