Wednesday, October 28, 2009

A Great offer for The Old Schoolhouse Magazine!

I ran across this great opportunity on The Old Schoolhouse Magazine and thought I would share it with y'all.  The editors of TOS have brought back their special subscription sale of $7.95 for 1 year subscription starting with their Winter Issue.  All you have to do is click the link and use the special coupon code SUB795 when you check out.  It's that easy!

If you have read any of my previous posts you might noticed that I have a passion for homeschooling.  About 3 years ago we were new to homeschooling, the idea of teaching our son was very intimidating.  Many times I thought, how can I do this on my own?  Who will help me when I have a question?  Where will I go to get ideas?  Once we got started, a friend told me about TOS.  She told me how informative the articles were and how the magazine had blessed her in her homeschooling journey, so I signed up for a two year subscription.  I am so thankful I did!  There were articles written by parents who were experiencing the some of the same things I was with our son.  Other articles have touched on so many different areas of teaching children at home and have been so helpful.  The TOS magazine is full of information a homeschooling family can use or file away for later on in their homeschooling career.  The Old Schoolhouse Magazine has been such a blessing to me and my husband as we have taught our son over the last 3 years.  I hope it will be for you as well.

Are you new to homeschooling?

Are you a seasoned vet?

No matter where you are in your homeschooling journey, there aren't many places you can go to find the kind of information, support, and encouragement that you’ll find inside TOS—approximately 200 pages worth!

Your subscription starts with the fabulous Winter 2009/2010 issue which will be available January 2010! Inside you will find inspirational stories and motivating ideas to lift you up and keep you going on your homeschooling journey. 

Topics like:
·         Classical education: teaching Latin and more.
·         An interview with Andrew Pudewa.
·         Library column filled with great book ideas.
·         World War I.
·         Preschool at home.

·         Top tips on teaching writing; communication theme, including speech and debate.
·         Support group how-to’s.
·         Science and homeschool.
·         And our fabulous FREEBIES Directory.

Don’t want to wait? Start your subscription right now by purchasing the one-year of TOS plus current issue option. You can still use the special coupon code SUB795 and get the current Fall Issue--all for only $12.90! This is a 29.00 value for only $12.90, and they will send you your Fall Issue right away!

Are you an early Christmas shopper? What a perfect time to shop for friends and family? Just $7.95 for an entire year of TOS and your gift recipient will be blessed! Each issue in full color includes current information on homeschooling in the US and abroad, many articles offering encouragement on teaching in the home environment, reviews of curriculum, stories of how others are homeschooling, homeschooling your high schooler and so much more.

The price has dropped! For just $12.95 you can enjoy a one-year subscription to the digital edition of The Old Schoolhouse™ Magazine. It’s the same great content as the print version, but in a digital format. Enjoy the ease of live links to sites, a bookmarking feature, and the ability to share a favorite article or resource with up to five friends! The digital edition is instant, affordable, and interactive. 

4 issues for about the price of one!
Act now to take advantage of one of these great offers!  
You won't be dissappointed!


Mindy said...

Hi Lyn! Im VERY glad to meet you and wanted to say thanks for stopping by my blog!
I am still praying and thinking about homeschooling so I will interested in reading your blog and seeing what you have to say about it!!!
ALso -- wanted to tell you that I grew up about an hour and a half from Huntsville (and have an aunt and uncle who live there now). I grew up near Cloudland Canyon State Park in GA -- do you know where that is?
I will be back to visit soon!
in HIM-