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July “My Fidgety Child” Bundle

$24.95

Are you constantly asking your child to sit still? Do you have several gadgets around your house for them to fidget with while you teach? Take a look through The Old Schoolhouse® July Bundle: “My Fidgety Child.”

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Are you constantly asking your child to sit still? Do you have several gadgets around your house for them to fidget with while you teach? Take a look through The Old Schoolhouse® July Bundle: “My Fidgety Child.” The July bundle is jam-packed with many homeschool helps and parent resources. We’ve even included our 4th of July: A Nation Built on Freedom writing resource! This bundle is only available for a limited time, so make sure to get yours by July 31, 2018.

Included in this bundle:

  • Teaching the Fidgety Child
  • Someplace Called Special . . . Special Needs Children
  • Strategies for Struggling Learners
  • How Do I Teach My Platypus if He Won’t Sit Still?
  • Living and Learning on One Income: How Twelve Families Make it Work
  • Will They Ever “Get” It?
  • Fast Track to Memorization
  • How to Beat Curriculum Boredom
  • Homeschooling: A Natural Fit for the Kinesthetic Child
  • So You Think Your Child May Be Gifted
  • I Was Raised by Wolves
  • Missing in Action or Mentoring in Action?
  • The “Me Time” Myth
  • Homeschooling with Young Children
  • A Classical Education

PLUS!

  • 4th of July: A Nation Built on Freedom
  • FOUR Print Back Issues of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine

All these resources can be yours for $24.95, but only from July 16-31, 2018. Beginning August 1, the bundle price is $49. Your four PRINT magazines will be shipped to you at no additional charge for shipping.

 

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