On to winter projects at Second Harvest Curriculum!
All thru the summer season I am writing notes about next winter’s projects. So now it is time to find all the notes, organize and prioritize.
First item on the list are which homeschool curriculums to add to our ever growing Second Harvest Curriculum’s Catalog page. I have been given ideas by homeschool moms throughout the year and will be checking out the possibilities. Ideas are welcome anytime, email us at email@example.com. We also send out an email in January asking for ideas from our subscribers. Please sign up for our Promotional mailing list emails of free shipping, sales and shipment updates.
The second item on my list is advertising and connecting with Homeschoolers on Social Media, Homeschool Radio and Homeschool group’s web pages. This sort of connection is very cost effective and reaches a lot of our customers and vendors. Research on this level is very enlightening and mind boggling sometimes as there is so much out there. Other options for advertising are homeschool magazine ads and postcards for Christian Schools. More research to be done!
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Next comes cleaning and maintenance on this house. Second Harvest is located in a rental house that we have had for many years and lived in for 5 years. Our 3 boys grew up here and the house has many memories of those years. So I am very happy to have SHC here. I have quite a list for this but I am not sure what Gary thinks of all the projects I would like to do.
Right now these are the 3 main projects which will spread into other projects so I am sure I will keep busy getting ready for “Summer 2016!”
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Yes, this time of year is the time of year we sell a lot of teacher editions. It always makes me smile. Moms are finding out that it “IS” the worth the money to purchase a Teacher Key.
Some parents think that they should automatically know the answers and if they don’t something is wrong with them. That is so not true. Teacher editions are a great resource for the parents. This does not have much to do with knowledge, it has everything to do with using the tools that the publishers have provided for the homeschool families convenience. Sometimes the focus is so much on the student and their needs that parents forget about their own.
Please take advantage of what Abeka, Bob Jones, Rod & Staff, Apologia, Math U See and the other curriculums on our list have to offer for Teacher editions and Keys.
On Second Harvest Curriculum’s website, click on the title of the book you are looking into and there will be a description with a photo and edition of the book.
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Teacher keys come to us in all conditions, some are in very nice clean condition and others have lots of teacher type notes. Post it notes, neon highlighting and red ink writing to name a few. The teacher keys that have coffee or tea stains on them have a story. I always wonder what that day was like.
For me all used homeschool books have a story. I often wonder about the family who used the books and then remembering our own joys & struggles of homeschooling.
Teacher Keys, Manuals or Guides are just what they say they are, for the teacher and Mom & Dad, that is you!
Sep 23 by Emma Lawson
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