Beanstalk KnowHow: “Growing” Business Understanding

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What does a healthy business look like on the books? What do those financial statements actually mean? What about all the jargon your accountant uses? The Beanstalk KnowHow program gives you and your students the answers to those important real-life business questions. This is a homeschool mom’s review of an online business training program with the goal to educate about businesses; starting, growing, and selling one successfully. Read further to find out how you can get BeansTalk KnowHow with a special discount code!

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Reading Eggs Review and FREE 4 week Trial for You!

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What is Reading Eggs and why should I use it for my homeschooled child? How can I get a free 4-week trial of Reading Eggs? Whether your child is just learning to read, in preschool or primary/elementary grades, or perhaps older and struggling with a learning disability or dyslexia, I believe Reading Eggs could be the answer to your search. After 9 years of homeschooling, this program is one of my favorites for early reading skills. Here’s my review of Reading Eggs, and at the end of this post, you’ll also learn how you can try it for 4 weeks, FREE!

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Free and Affordable Alternatives to K12 and Connections Academy (or other public-school-at-home programs)

In our state, K12 and Connections Academy are two options for school at home, and they are free (they’re not free in some states).  There’s nothing wrong with K12, Connections Academy, or other public school online programs in which your child can learn in the comfort of home or on the go. They are often free or very affordable and include everything your child needs to learn at home. However, they are not technically “homeschool” programs, in that the curriculum provided is government-dictated and does not allow flexibility in scheduling or parent-led teaching, which many homeschooling families wish to avoid. Here are some alternatives to the online public school programs that are also free (or in some of the cases below, affordable). Read more