Homeschool Resources Under $30

Posted by Kimberly on January 24, 2017 in Resources |

Are you struggling through the winter doldrums? Do you need to mix things up with some fun activities and curricula for your kids? Check out these homeschool resources under $30.

Here’s a list of the best affordable homeschool resources – all available for $30 or less on Educents.

Helpful Resources

Homeschool Music Journeys – Twelve activities and eight colouring pages introduce kids to a world of music-related fun, from Australian clapsticks to Indian ankle bells and Egyptian rattles. These projects fit perfectly into any homeschool curriculum where music is a part of the learning and discovery!

Photography Lessons for Kids – Add some fun to your homeschool! Whether your kids have a point and shoot or a DSLR camera, the fundamental rules of photography can still be taught.

Math Resources

Times Tales DVD – Kids can learn their times tables in a snap! We have used the paper version of Times Tales and it really works! Most homeschoolers say the DVD only takes about an hour to teach kids the upper times tables. There’s also a downloadable version available.

Life of Fred Math Stories – After reading the Fred books, kids will never say “math is boring” ever again. My daughter was getting into a slump and needed to take a break from our regular math curriculum. These books are really helping her understand the concepts. Fictional stories weave in math concepts with real world examples. Start with the Apples book for early math, and follow Fred all the way to calculus lessons!

Science Activities

Early Access Tyto Online – Learn, create, and play with your student. These polymers can help teach measurements, chemical reactions, and following directions.

One Minute Science Mysteries – Each story, just one minute long, challenges students’ knowledge in earth, space, life, physical, chemical, and general science.

Language Arts Games & Lessons

Silly Stories Cursive Handwriting Practice – This copybook uses wacky classic tales to provide a fun platform for cursive handwriting practice lessons. It’s fun for everyone!

The Best of StoryClub – Video Picture Books – Video Picture Books Featuring Real, On-Screen Storytellers mixed with amazing Picture Book Illustrations. Great for bedtime, Naptime…Anytime!

uKloo Early Riddle Edition Treasure Hunt Game – Disguised as a treasure hunt, this literacy game gets kids physically active as they strengthen reading comprehension skills while solving clues to find a surprise.

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Have you used any of these homeschool resources with your kids? Please let me know in the comments below!

Love, Luck &




Free 2017 Parks Canada Pass!

Posted by Kimberly on January 1, 2017 in Free Homeschooling Resources |

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Free 2017 Parks Canada Pass!

Did you grab your free 2017 Parks Canada Pass yet? To celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary, the government is giving away free passes. Hooray!

And that doesn’t mean only access to parks! National historic sites and national marine conservation areas operated by Parks Canada are all included!

Here in Nova Scotia, you can visit all the following free:

  • Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site of Canada, Baddeck
  • Beaubassin National Historic Site of Canada, Fort Lawrence
  • Bloody Creek National Historic Site of Canada, Bridgetown
  • Canso Islands National Historic Site of Canada, Canso
  • Cape Breton Highlands National Park of Canada, Cape Breton
  • Charles Fort National Historic Site of Canada, Annapolis Royal
  • D’Anville’s Encampment National Historic Site of Canada, Halifax
  • Fort Anne National Historic Site of Canada, Annapolis Royal
  • Fort Edward National Historic Site of Canada, Windsor
  • Fort Lawrence National Historic Site of Canada, Fort Lawrence
  • Fort McNab National Historic Site of Canada, Halifax
  • Fort Sainte Marie de Grace National Historic Site of Canada, LaHave
  • Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site of Canada, Louisbourg
  • Georges Island National Historic Site of Canada, Halifax
  • Grand-Pré National Historic Site of Canada, Grand Pré
  • Grassy Island Fort National Historic Site of Canada, Canso
  • Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada, Halifax
  • Kejimkujik National Historic Site of Canada, Kejimkujik
  • Kejimkujik National Park of Canada, Kejimkujik
  • Marconi National Historic Site of Canada, Table Head
  • Melanson Settlement National Historic Site of Canada, Lower Granville
  • Port-Royal National Historic Site of Canada, Port Royal
  • Prince of Wales Tower National Historic Site of Canada, Halifax
  • Royal Battery National Historic Site of Canada, Louisbourg
  • Sable Island National Park Reserve of Canada, Sable Island
  • St. Peters National Historic Site of Canada, St. Peter’s
  • St. Peters Canal National Historic Site of Canada, St. Peter’s
  • The Bank Fishery – The Age of Sail Exhibit, Lunenburg
  • Wolfe’s Landing National Historic Site of Canada, Kennington Cove
  • York Redoubt National Historic Site of Canada, Halifax

Grab your free 2017 Parks Canada pass now and enjoy unlimited field trips this year!

I see many field trips to the Fortress of Louisbourg in our future this year. How about you? Which sites will you visit? Let me know in the comments below!

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Easy Christmas Shopping for Homeschoolers

Posted by Kimberly on December 4, 2016 in Resources |

***This sale has ended. Watch for more amazing bundle sales!***
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Easy Christmas Shopping for Homeschoolers

Psst … can I share a little Christmas shopping secret with you?

If you’re not a fan of malls (me neither!) and you already have a sense of impending doom as your gift list grows and your bank account balance shrinks, I have great news for you!

Ultimate Bundles has put together another crazy amount of value in one affordable package. It’s called A Very Merry Gift Certificate Bundle and here’s how it works …

For just $15 US you get $180 in store credit from 12 online businesses that align with a simple, natural lifestyle.

You know those coupon books that schools and sports teams sell as fundraisers? It’s sort of like that, except these aren’t coupons (they’re better)!

You get $15 gift certificates to put toward whatever you like from a dozen participating stores. All you’ll pay are standard shipping rates (which varies by store).

With your bundle, you can purchase well-made, meaningful, and clutter-free gifts for everyone on your list, such as:

  • The Homeschooler: original audio stories for kids ages 5-12 to teach them about other countries and cultures
  • The Mom: healthy, non-toxic products to pamper moms
  • The Shutterbug: photo products including wall decor, canvas wraps, prints, and albums
  • The Fashionista: classy custom-made bags, totes and camera straps
  • The Environmentalist: eco-friendly reusable glass drinking straws
  • The Health Nut: Kombucha bottles, supplies, and brewing kits

As long as you use one gift certificate, you’ll come out even. Use two and you have a great deal, worth twice what you paid!

The more you use, the more you save, all the way up to $165 free for shopping, so you can spend less while gifting well this Christmas.

No time to shop, even online? No problem! Print out and give twelve gifts of fantastic gift certificates to your friends and family. For only $15 US you have twelve gifts!

The catch? Sale ends Monday, December 5th at midnight. Get your twelve gifts to give now!

Learn more or get your bundle here.

P.S. Fellow Canadians – almost everything ships worldwide! Only one of the gift certificate participants ships US only, so ignore that one and use the rest, or send it to a friend or family member in the US.

Love, Luck &


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Homeschool Curriculum Choices in Nova Scotia

Posted by Kimberly on November 22, 2016 in Homeschool Information, Resources |

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Homeschool Curriculum Choices in Nova Scotia

Parents interested in homeschooling always ask me where they can get homeschool books, often assuming they are issued by the Department of Education. The good news is, we have endless homeschool curriculum choices in Nova Scotia.

Since the Department of Education does not specify what course of study we have to follow, homeschoolers can decide for ourselves. Under the Regulations of the Education Act, Section 39 (Home Education) refers to “a parent providing a home education” and states:

A registration form required by subsection (1) shall include,

                (a)    in the case of previous public school experience, the last grade level attained;

                (b)    in the case of previous home education experience, the program level of achievement and estimated equivalent public school grade level; and

                (c)    identification of the proposed home education program.

Therefore, homeschooling parents in the province of Nova Scotia are free to determine what our “education program” looks like, and are simply required to provide this information to the Department of Education.

Some of the more popular homeschooling approaches and a few of the many curriculum options …

Traditional or School-at-Home

Traditional or School-at-Home involves using a boxed curriculum and/or textbooks.
Curriculum examples: A Beka, Alpha Omega, Calvert


The Classical method involves using real/living books to teach the children to learn and think for themselves.
Curriculum examples: The Well-Trained Mind, Teaching the Trivium, Tapestry of Grace

Charlotte Mason

The Charlotte Mason approach is similar to Classical, but with more of an emphasis on nature.
Curriculum examples: A Charlotte Mason Education, Ambleside Online


Unschooling involves child-led learning. The child decides what they want to learn about.
Curriculum example:  Does not follow a curriculum, but reading Learning at Home by Marty Layne and the works of John Holt will give an idea what it’s about.


Montessori is a private school system, based on the works of Maria Montessori, with an emphasis on wooden tools and toys, and organization and order.
Curriculum examples: Lisa Nolan Montessori, Montessori Homeschool


Waldorf is also a private school system, based on the works of Rudolf Steiner, with an emphasis on arts and hand-crafts, music, natural materials, and nature.
Curriculum example: Oak Meadow


Many homeschoolers put together their own curriculum from a wide variety of curriculum choices, using a separate curriculum for each subject.

Curriculum examples: Teaching Textbooks (math), A Child’s GeographyVisual Latin

Where to Buy

There is one homeschool curriculum store in Atlantic Canada where homeschool materials and curricula are available, Tree of Life, located in New Brunswick. A used homeschool curriculum store is also located in Berwick, Nova Scotia, Homegrown Homeschool Consignment. Many homeschoolers depend on their local library for wonderful books for their children, both fiction and non-fiction.

Online Public School Classes

Also, here in Nova Scotia, we can choose to have our Grade 7-12 students take Correspondence Study Program courses for some subjects. Although a full course load is not available, our children can take a few classes each year such as English, math, and science. These online courses are expensive, however, and tend to be full of the busywork typical of public school programs.

If you’re looking for more help getting started, click here for your FREE Getting Started Checklist!

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If you’re already homeschooling in Nova Scotia, please help new homeschoolers by sharing what curriculum you use in the comments below!

Love, Luck &


Please note: This article was originally posted in April 2010 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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Coming October 11-13! Free Online Mom Conference

Posted by Kimberly on October 7, 2016 in Parenting |

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Coming October 11-13! Free Online Mom Conference

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could attend talks by all the best authors and speakers on motherhood topics? Well, guess what? You can! And it’s free. You don’t even have to leave your house to participate.

What is the Mom Conference?

The Mom Conference is a free, three-day online event featuring some truly amazing speakers and you are invited to attend!

Join over 100,000 moms around the world on October 11th, 12th, and 13th and come away armed with powerful new strategies for everything from sibling rivalry, to healthy eating, to finding more joy in motherhood.

Register free now.

Why Attend?

Being a mom can be overwhelming at times! Sometimes it’s hard to keep things in perspective – and keep from getting burned out and resorting to yelling. In addition to making sure I attend at least one homeschool conference a year (usually online), I also make sure to go to at least one on mothering. For the past couple of years, I have thoroughly enjoyed the fresh perspective and practical advice I get from attending the Mom Conference online!

This free online Mom Conference includes 20 online classes by 20 rock star speakers (mostly moms) who will teach you how to:

    • Understand and manage your children’s emotions (and your own!)
    • Teach your children about sex (so important!)
    • Help your children to embrace healthy foods while teaching them to cook
    • Raise grateful children and avoid the entitlement epidemic these days
    • Manage your children’s cell phone use and screen time (a tricky and important subject!)
    • Take better care of your body, mind, and soul (yes, yours, Mom!)
    • Develop and stick to a budget that works (I’m looking forward to this)
    • Nurture your marriage
    • Teach your children – babies through teens – values and character traits to help them be successful and happy
    • Get that house clean and keep it that way (in a fun way!)
    • Find more joy in motherhood

Sounds amazing, right?

Here is a list of some of the incredible presenters and their sessions:

    • Dr Laura Markham, Clinical Psychologist, bestselling author and discipline expert at Aha Parenting (Helping Kids – and Yourself – Manage Emotions)
    • Katie Kimball, expert on healthy eating for families and founder of Kitchen Stewardship (Want Responsible and Healthy Kids? Teach Them to Cook and Eat Real Food)
    • Ruth Soukup, NYT Bestselling Author and Founder of Living Well, Spending Less (Decluttering your Home, Mind and Soul)
    • Ramona Zabriski, Founder of Wife for Life University (How to be a Wife for Life)
    • Amy McCready, parenting expert, TODAY Show Contributor, author and creator of Positive Parenting Solutions (Raising Motivated and Grateful Children During this Me, Me, Me Epidemic)
    • Jesse Mecham, Founder of You Need a Budget (Budgeting Made Simple)
    • Dina Alexander, Founder of Educate and Empower Kids (How to Talk to your Children about Sex)
    • Richard and Linda Eyre, NYT #1 Bestselling authors who run Valuesparenting (Simple and Powerful Ways to Teach Children Values)
    • Marla Cilley (a.k.a. the Fly Lady), author, home organization and cleaning mentor, founder of FlyLady.net (Cleaning in a Fun Way)
    • Shawni Pothier, founder of the popular mom-blog, 71 Toes (Managing Kids’ Cell Phone and Screen Time – Without Making Them Hate You)
    • April and Eric Perry, life architecture experts and founders of Learn-Do-Become (Building the Life and Future you Really Want)
    • Saren Eyre Loosli, family organization expert and co-founder of Power of Moms (The Three Basic Systems Every Family Needs)

And to help you avoid procrastination (I know how it goes!), if you register now, you’ll have access to the following free gifts as soon as your registration has been completed!

– FREE Audio Story and Family Discussion Guide (to teach your children about honesty in a fun way)
– FREE Guide: 7 Day Healthy Eating Meal Plan and Shopping List

Come participate online in this free, online mom conference and be inspired October 11th, 12th, and 13th!

Register free here today!

See you at The Mom Conference!

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Love, Luck &


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Don’t Miss Out! Help for a Healthier Family, Healthier You

Posted by Kimberly on September 26, 2016 in Home Economics |

With just a few hours left before The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle disappears, I wanted to reach out so you don’t miss out.

When it comes to taking control of your own health, you could go it alone: you could figure out your own system and see how it works. The two key questions to ask yourself are:

a) Do you have the time to figure it out?


b) Can you afford the cost of the errors in a “trial and error” approach?

The way I see it, you’re far more likely to make successful, lasting changes to your health if you get started with The Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle (2016 Edition).

More than 64,000 people have used this bundle (and its previous editions) to make meaningful and lasting changes to their health – including me! I guarantee that if you take action and use the incredible resources at your fingertips, you will, too!

If you agree, now is the time to act.

At 11:59 P.M. Eastern Time, the bundle will be gone for good!

Let’s make the next 12 months your healthiest year ever. Click here to get started:

Love, Luck &



P.S. It all ends soon! Grab your copy before the sale ends tonight at midnight Eastern Time:

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4 Math Curricula Homeschoolers Love

Posted by Kimberly on September 19, 2016 in Resources |

It is always surprising to me how many people claim they are bad at math or hate math when it is a necessary part of daily life. People don’t seem to realize they use it all the time to figure out the tax or exchange on a purchase, to figure out the best deal at the grocery store, to figure out how much yarn to purchase for a pattern, and so much more! Math can be quite the four letter word, but your child can come to enjoy the subject with the right curriculum.

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4 Math Curricula Homeschoolers Love

If you’re looking for a comprehensive homeschool math curriculum catered to your child’s learning style, you’ll love these 4 math curricula homeschoolers love, for beginners through college, and from the mastery method to story-based. Check them out!

Math Mammoth Mastery Based Math Program

Grades 1-7


Math Mammoth is a comprehensive math program that is ideal for homeschool families with multiple children. It’s the most pedagogically sound math program we’ve ever used in our homeschool. It includes placement assessments and lessons that cater to your child’s learning preferences. Choose between computer-based work or printable chapters and worksheets.

Check it out.

Life of Fred Math Books

Kindergarten/Primary to College

Life of Fred Elementary Math Series

If the drill and kill approach is not helping your child fully grasp math concepts, try a new method. If your kids prefer reading books to completing math worksheets, check out Life of Fred math books. These supplement books weave math lessons into funny, fictional stories kids enjoy reading.
These books contain more than silly stories – every chapter includes a “Your Turn to Play” section where kids apply the real world math concepts Fred (the main character) has learned. One of the most-sought after curricula.

Check it out.

Horizons Math Curriculum

Kindergarten/Primary to Grade 8


Filled with over 100 attention-grabbing lessons, these easy-to-use Alpha Omega curriculum sets include colourfully illustrated student books covering math concepts. Each set comes with a helpful teacher’s guide with daily lesson plans, answer keys, and worksheets. Your child will learn elementary math concepts in a teacher-guided, interactive format.

Learn more about K – 4 curricula
Learn more about Grade 5 – 8 curricula


Downloadable Math Riddle Worksheets

Grades 3 to 6

Math Riddles by Math Galaxy

Add some light-hearted fun to math time! Enjoy these affordable, silly, convenient printables with your child. Review math concepts while giggling over the math riddles included in Math Galaxy’s worksheets. Choose from more than 300 pages of printable down loads that add a little fun to lessons.
Topics include time, money, multiplication, division, and more.

Check it out.

What math curriculum do you love from the above list? Or what math curriculum do you recommend? Please let me know in the comments below!

Love, Luck &


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Can You Homeschool on a Shoestring?

Posted by Kimberly on September 9, 2016 in Free Homeschooling Resources, Homeschool Information |

Potential homeschoolers are always asking if homeschooling is expensive and how to make it more affordable. So, can you homeschool on a shoestring? Absolutely!

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Can You Homeschool on a Shoestring?

Entire homeschool curricula can be found online, as can books, games, worksheets, you name it. I don’t know how homeschoolers did it before the advent of the personal computer! To peruse a whole bunch of homeschooling freebies I’ve found, you can click on Free Homeschooling Resources to see a list of everything I’ve shared in the past.

Online resources:

Other than using the internet, here are some simple things that we do or use to save money in our homeschool…

  • Library – we do not buy books we can find at the library – I use our local library’s website to search from home and can take a trip to the library weekly
  • Dollar store – there are so many things we can use at the dollar store, from bristol board and tape, to books and workbooks
  • Freecycle or any free exchange group – we used to belong to our local Freecycle group before it closed down and then joined a Facebook exchange group. We’ve received all sorts of great books and freebies as well as gifted unwanted items to others
  • Re-usable curriculum – we use Tapestry of Grace. Once you’ve bought all 4 years of the program, you have the outline for all 13 years of school, for as many children as you have. Plus, I have always saved the curricula that I use with my eldest to use with my youngest when she gets to that level.

There is also a book named Homeschooling on a Shoestring that you may want to check out for more ideas.

What’s your favourite resource for homeschooling on a shoestring? Please let me know in the comments below!

Love, Luck &


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Please note: This article was originally published in August 2010 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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Birthday Gift Guide for Ages 3 to 13

Posted by Kimberly on August 21, 2016 in Resources |

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Birthday Gift Guide for Ages 3 to 13

If you’re a parent or relative of children age 3 to 13, then you have birthdays to attend. It can be almost every weekend sometimes! Finding the appropriate gift can be time-consuming and a bit stressful – whether it’s coming directly from you or from your child.

Never fear! Here is a gift guide to help you focus on enjoying time with loved ones (and getting on with your day!) rather than hemming and hawing over all the options. While summer birthdays have been top of my mind (especially my daughter’s half birthday party celebration), the gift guide is appropriate for any time of year. Feel free to bookmark this page as a gift that keeps on giving to you.

Gifts are organized by age group from preschooler to teen, and all of them are under $40 US! Happy gifting!

For giftees ages 3 to 5

Geometric Building Set
Tegu Blocks combine fun colours, geometric shapes, and a magnetic snap to create a playtime experience that’s fitting for the living room or the classroom. Parents (and littles) love this toy because it is environmentally friendly and can be social.

Make a Match Game
This game helps children grow memory skills with adorable dinosaur chips! The beautiful design is a treat for parents and kids alike. Perfect for picnics, play dates, and rainy games, the Make a Match game is small enough to carry in your pocket and hip enough for the coolest of preschool birthday parties.

For giftees ages 6 to 8

Animal Charades Game
Get kids on their feet and brimming with ideas! This high-quality wooden game is a perfect gift for outgoing children, to create an atmosphere of fun and creativity.

Pirate Adventure Board Game
Kids will have so much fun playing Rainbow Math that they won’t even realize they are learning math from an award-winning program.

Squishy Science Experiment

The Slimy Squishy Polymer Bucket is the perfect gift for budding scientists who aren’t afraid to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty in the name of … scientific learning! Let them have fun while learning the basics of chemistry.

Garden Flowers Coloring Book
Colouring books make great gifts. These garden flower coloring books are perfect for child and parent to enjoy.

For giftees 9 to 10

Food Fighter 2-Player Game
Food Fighter is a board game for two children to face off in a kitchen-themed battle. Children will have fun while developing higher-order thinking skills, mathematics, literacy, and executive functioning skills.

Dream Catcher Kit
Building dreamcatchers is a classic crafting activity – this colourful kit has everything kids need to make something unique and beautiful!

Just Add Milk Experiments
Parents love these experiments because little parental oversight is required and they’re so easy to do right at home! Girls and boys, readers and scientists alike will love this colourful kit.

Gifts for Ages 11 to 13

Pairs in Pears
Whether or not they love this pun as much as some of us do, this game gets kids flexing vocabulary muscles while having fun with a little challenge and competition. A Bit like Scrabble, players build pairs of connecting words in matching patterns. Best of all it’s portable – a perfect gift and activity to bring along on sleepovers or for parties. For a little more “pearity,” pair with two more pears!

Rainforest Biome
Budding scientists and tweens who like hands-on fun will love this all-in-one Rainforest Biome – they get to start a whole ecosystem! The biome includes cacao beans (a favourite), clay, an apple snail shell, and more to create a full-on biofeedback loop. Cool!

Math & Science Mystery Books
Who doesn’t love to solve a mystery?! The One Minute Mystery series takes a simple concept and turns it into an awesome book. Kids will read mysteries, then use their powers of deduction and knowledge of math and science to find the solution. Each is as satisfying as the next!

Enjoy shopping for your birthday boy or girl!

Love, Luck &


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Homeschool Clothing Sale AND Giveaway!

Posted by Kimberly on August 15, 2016 in Contests |

I love having a homeschool shirt of my own. If you’re like me, or want some homeschool clothing for your family, check out this sale!

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Homeschool Clothing Sale AND Giveaway!

All Homeschool and Christian t-shirts are $5.99 US, now until September 15th! Also, for a limited time Great Products is offering all adult and child regular tees for $5.99 US and all other clothing (v-necks, ladies/girls t-shirts, tye-dyes, hoodies, sweats, long sleeve shirts, hats, totes) will be 20% off with coupon code: SAVE20. Choose from:

  • Hundreds of designs
  • Dozens of colors and styles
  • Group ordering is available

Here I am in my Keep Calm and Homeschool On design shirt, in my favourite colour, purple (it’s even my favourite shade)! It’s a ladies fitted tee. I prefer them to the boxy tees, as I like having a shape, even as a homeschool mom 🙂 I’m wearing a size medium here and it fits to size (although if you like yours more roomy, I’d suggest going up a size). These ladies fitted t-shirts are on for 20% off but you can get regular, adult t-shirts for $5.99 with this same design if you like.

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And it’s not only homeschool t-shirts that are available during the sale, but also Christian t-shirts. All t-shirts are $5.99 US each through September 15th. Click here to check out all the different styles and logos you have to choose from:

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Once you’ve checked out your favourite t-shirts at the link above, enter my giveaway below! One of my readers will win a FREE homeschool t-shirt, with their choice of design, size, and colour! Pick one for yourself, or choose a t-shirt for one of your family members. Contest closes at 11:59pm Atlantic Time on August 29th, 2016. Open to the U.S. and Canada only. Winner will be notified via email – if winner does not respond within 48 hours, another winner will be chosen. Good luck!

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