Plan Now for the New School Year (FREE e-Book)


It's July and the new school year is just around the corner. As a seasoned homeschooler myself, I have found that Summer is the best time to dig into my organizing, planning and preparing for the upcoming year.

Whether you have homeschooled for years or preparing to begin your first year, this free e-Book (The New School Year: Planning Your Course and Letting the Lord Determine Your Steps) is a
wonderful place to begin your preparations.

Preview before you download!

Authored by experienced homeschooling authors, this 49 page free download is packed with a wealth of solid advice.

What you'll find in the e-Book:

  • Planning Your Homeschool Year - How to Cooperate with the Holy Spirit
  • Managing a Multi-level Homeschool
  • Organizing Your Schedule, Library and Personal School Boxes
  • Organizing Your School Year with Unit Studies
  • Organizing Your School - Your "Special OPS" Mission
Preview before you download!
Click here, if you would like to download this free 49 page e-Book.


"As homeschoolers, it's vitally important that we know how to plan our
school year out in such a way that the Lord can have consistent input in
our classroom."

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