Sunday, August 15, 2010

Ideas, Forms, Inspiration OH MY!

We interrupt this blog to bring you a special message regarding a product for sale that is sure to make a difference in your home and homeschool. Please note that this is an advertisement, not a product review.

Now what is this revolutionary product you ask?
As a homeschool mom, I am so happy to answer that for you. It is the 2010-2011 Schoolhouse Planner from the Old Schoolhouse Magazine. It will help you plan for home and school and make the most of your resources.

Why will this make a difference?
It is a hefty, jam-packed, collection of over 600 pages of forms, inspiration, information and ideas for many topics covering home and school.

What all is here?
Here are some highlights at a glance:

Science Lab Forms
Convention Plans: Jot down things not to miss
High School Transcript form
Organize your plans, books, supplies, children and even your wish list
Outside activities forms to help your go the right place the right day
Library list: Know what you have checked out and reduce late fees
Health information forms for the family
Online schedule: See at a glance who has computer time each day
Upkeep forms for your house and car
Special Days to remember forms: Don't forget a birthday!
Easier meal planning with with menu forms, inventory and shopping lists

Planning forms for one week to 12 years
Lapbooking tutorials and planning guides
Assignment sheet forms
Notebooking templates
Not enough space here to cover everything that's included
E-Info: A form to list websites and passwords

Facts and Activities:
You can also find lists of award winning books, history and government information for both the US and Canada, science charts, and fine arts facts. There are also ideas and activities to keep the youngest members of your family occupied and learning while working with older children.

Keeping It Together:
There is a section for each month with its own theme, ideas, and resources to keep learning fresh and exciting. There are also links to products in the Schoolhouse store that correlate with the month's theme. The themes aren't specific to the month so you could switch them around to meet the current interests of your learners.

Flexibility with Forms:
All of the forms and charts can first be filled out on your computer before printing or simply printed and then filled out by hand. The planner is available in two forms to choose from so you can pick the one that works best for you. It is available as a PDF download for $39.99 and a CD for $44.00.

See the 2010-2011 Schoolhouse Planner.

A Good Buy!
I hear the frugal homeschool parent ask, "But can I justify spending this much on one product for me?" Well, it isn't just for the teacher. You can make your own personalized, custom planners for every member of the family. No need to buy something different for each person, it is all here.

The editors of the Schoolhouse Planner have compiled a treasure trove of resources and put them at your fingertips.

As a member of the the TOS Homeschool crew I have received a copy of this planner for free to look at and use to assist me in writing this advertisement. I have not received any other compensation. By writing this ad I am also entering a contest that is sponsored by The Old Schoolhouse.

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