Do you ever wonder how a Mom can keep homeschooling for ten, twenty, or even thirty years? Or have your ever wondered if you will be able to last that long? Find out some of the secrets to long-term homeschooling from Kathie Morrissey and Donna Reish in this new ebook.
Do you struggle with any of the following?
- Scheduling conflicts?
- Laundry problems?
- Family unity issues?
- Reading difficulties?
- Prioritizing issues?
Sixty Homeschooling Tips From Sixty Years will give you help in these areas and many more!
If you have found yourself wishing you had a veteran homeschooler to mentor you, or a person that you could get lots of advice from that has ‘done the stuff’ for three or six decades, look no further! Our book, Sixty Homeschooling Tips From Sixty Years, gives sixty (count ’em, sixty!) pieces of advice from two veteran homeschooling moms.
For the homeschooling mom who is discouraged and feels like giving up, DON’T! Get advice and inspiration from two women who didn’t give up, but kept the homeschool light shining brightly in their lives for over thirty years each!
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READ WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS BOOK:
“It’s not often that you get to pick the brains of homeschool moms with 60 year of experience between them. This book allows you to do just that. Kathy and Donna’s advice is encouraging as well as inspirational. It covers the gamet from homeschooling tips to marriage advice to character training and more. I’ve been homeschooling for 12 years and I’m still finding lots of unique and specific tips that I’m looking forward to incorporating into our day. Be sure to grab a copy for yourself.” – Michelle Caskey
“Even my husband was impressed with the book. We both read it and it led to several thought provoking discussions as homeschoolers, parents, and spouses. We both received valuable insight from these tips. It was great!” – Jen
I’ve read through the first 15 tips and have been affirmed, encouraged and challenged. Hearing these things from experienced home schooling moms who have both graduated students and are still schooling is great. Looking forward to the rest. -Abi Craig