Schoolhouse Teachers- You will Want a Subscription!
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Have you heard of the
10 Reasons to get a
1. Subscription Deals!
Yep, that’s right. Through the month of August 2019, you can get two years for $169! (Reg. $179/yr.) That’s 23 cents a day!
To get this deal, enter code: SHARK
If you’re not sure, read on to see all the great resources you will have instant access to and more!
2. Free Print Magazine
If you have ever read The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, I’m sure you would agree there are a lot of helpful articles and information inside. As a member, you can request to have a printed copy of the magazine sent to you. The printed copy is available twice a year and would cost you $22 by itself. I
3. Great Support Group and Help
There are over 7,000 members on
4. Vast Selection of Classes for Everyone
There are over 400 classes to select from with more being added all the time. They are available as a download or digital format; therefore, there are no physical products to deal with. That means fewer materials are taking up space on your shelves.
My son took the Mr. D Math geometry class and I highly recommend it! I saw Mr. D present at a homeschool conference before and he is amazing with students! He has a great sense of humor and relates to them
5. No Limits
This membership has no limit to the number of students who can take classes, and they can take as many as they’d like. Most subscriptions usually make you pay an extra fee for each additional student. Many families who homeschool have
6. Electives-The Fun Stuff
7. Great Quality
All the classes seem to
Another nice added benefit to a subscription to
9. Just for Parents
Homeschooling and parenting bring new challenges all the time. As parents, you are continually learning about new
10. Extra Goodies
As if all the above wasn’t enough,
I think the value of a subscription to SchoolhouseTeachers speaks for itself. They have really tried to make this a one-stop resource for all your homeschooling needs. I have been a member of SchoolhouseTeachers.com* before and it was great! I used several of their classes and found them to be very professional, well laid out, and easy to use. We enjoyed the content that
Have you been a member of
SchoolhouseTeachers.com before? If so, let me know in the comments what your experience was.
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