Friday, October 3, 2008

The Old Schoolhouse Magazine Fall Special

School is in full swing and some days I cannot pull a good idea out of my head. There are days that we flounder around trying to get a grip on what we are doing and why. I have had my subscription to The Old Schoolhouse Magazine since this spring. Of all the magazine that I have looked at, this one has the most information in it. I truly feel like I am getting more than my money's worth. Don't get me started on all the free stuff.

I wanted to tell you all about The Old Schoolhouse Magazine's Fall Special. You can get two years of the magazine, 6 fabulous physical gifts (no downloads!) worth over $120, plus the current issue of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine that is full of ideas for the new school year, so you start receiving your magazine in a flash!
It really is one of their best deals ever and you don't want to miss out. In fact, they've got a really cute Homeschooling with Heart tote bag (valued at $13.95) for the first 1000 to subscribe. About half of them are gone, but you should still be able to get one if you hurry! The total value is over $212, but you receive it all for only $39 - 50% off of cover price! Plus subscribers get their online monthly Teacher's Toolbox which focuses on a different topic each month, giving you words of encouragement, hands-on teaching ideas, book recommendations, field trip ideas, and a bonus download item. The Teacher's Toolbox is one of my favorite things that has come out of my subscription to The Old Schoolhouse Magazine. The links included in each Toolbox are awesome.

The fall special is so worth your money. Take a moment to head over to The Old Schoolhouse Magazine and sign up. Take a look at that tote bad and you will have no doubts.

2 comments:

TOSHeidi said...

Your blog is so cute!
Thanks for sharing about the promo.
Heidi

Jennifer S said...

Great Blog!! I love that cover photo!! I am just making hte rounds visiting fellow "Crew" Mates!
I am looking forward to what this new adventure will bring!

Jennifer S
www.homeschoolblogger.com/creativelearners/