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In the Hands of a Child – Huge Kit Pack Sale!

Many homeschooling companies are liquidating their inventory due to an expensive mandatory testing law coming into effect on Feb. 9th in the States.  Hands of a Child is holding a big sale on their kit packs…

Due to the new CPSIA law In the Hands of a Child, for the time being, is discounting our Kit Pack inventory in order to lessen our possible loss in the event that an exemption is not granted.

While we are still praying for this situation to work out for all small businesses we feel that it is in our best interest to lessen our possible loss.  And what better way than to pass the savings on to you, our wonderful customers, who are praying with us through this difficult situation!!

Please help us clear our shelves and enjoy a 35% savings on all Kit Packs!!  Savings will be automatic!  Spread the word and help us empty the shelves!!

This sale will continue until our Kit Pack inventory has been exhausted, so purchases will be on a first-come-first-served basis. 

Once they are gone, they are gone! 

In the event the law is modified, In the Hands of a Child reserves the right to bring back Kit Packs in the future at full price without any discount, implied or expressed, during this sale. 

Cannot be combined with any other offer, special, discount, coupon or sale.
Super Member discount DOES NOT apply to this sale.
Tax and Shipping not included in calculating discount price. 
Not valid toward prior purchases. 
No rainchecks.

Author:

Kimberly is a homeschooling mother of two living with her dear husband of over 25 years in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She works from home as a homeschool coach and offers OBM, writing, editing, social media, and tech services. In her free time she likes to hand-spin, knit, read, volunteer in local theatre, and horseback ride.

One thought on “In the Hands of a Child – Huge Kit Pack Sale!

  1. I'm a fourth year journalism student at the University of King's college in Halifax. I'm doing a TV story about the local impact of the CPSIA. If anyone who reads this blog has been affected by the law, please call or email me.

    441-6995

    Alexander.Brosky@dal.ca

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